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Three Italian Marinas at the Boot Düsseldorf 2017

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THREE Italian Marinas - Marina Di Portisco, Marina d’Arechi, Venezia Certosa Marina at boot Düsseldorf 2017
THREE Italian Marinas - Marina Di Portisco, Marina d’Arechi, Venezia Certosa Marina at boot Düsseldorf 2017

Only days after a highly successful stint at the 2017 London Boat Show, THREE Italian Marinas - Marina Di Portisco, Marina d’Arechi and Venezia Certosa Marina, will again join forces on one single stand in Hall 13/E41 at boot Düsseldorf, the largest boat show in Europe, taking place from January 21st to 29th 2017. 
 
The message was loud and clear at London and will be the same at boot Düsseldorf - if European boat owners are tired of over-crowded and expensive marinas, or the uncertainty of local weather, these high value-for-money marinas offer an amazing alternative destination for yacht & boat owners favouring the warmth, charm and friendliness of Italy. 
 
Each marina offers a spectacular and beautiful, but geographically diverse back-drop: 
 
‘Gateway to the Costa Smeralda’, Marina di Portisco is located on the spectacular NE Sardinian coast and offers family-friendly privacy and tranquility on the protected leeward side of the island. Berth holders are invited to join a generous Privilege Awards Scheme, with a points system available that can be exchanged for free flights from various European airports and other discounted services available within the marina.
 
Nestled along the beautiful Amalfi coast, Marina D’Arechi, Salerno, offers year-round holiday opportunities and is one of the largest marinas in the Mediterranean.  Besides its purpose-built role as a modern, full-service marina, berth holders enjoy easy access to destinations such as the Island of Capri, the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, or the beautiful coastal villages of Positano and Ravello, part of this beautiful UNESCO world heritage site.      
 
Finally, mooring at Venezia Certosa Marina, Venice, means your boat or yacht can act as the ideal ‘pied-à-terre’, for one of the most cultural and famous cities in the world.  Public transport from Certosa Island is just fifteen minutes away from the city centre.  Heading east, yacht owners are just a day’s sail away from popular destinations like the Adriatic coastlines of Croatia and Slovenia.
 
All three marinas are easily accessible with scheduled airline services operating from key airports in and around continental Europe.  
 
So if you are thinking about a short or long-term stay in Italy, experts from each marina will be on hand throughout the duration of boot Düsseldorf to talk you through the berthing costs and options available.