Situated in the gulf of La Spezia (awarded UNESCO heritage status along with Porto Venere and the nearby Cinque Terre), Porto Lotti offers all the first-class services of an international marina. Its exclusive amenities combined with the attention paid to the needs captains and crews, make Porto Lotti a practical destination for superyachts over 60m in length.
Offering 14 berths up to 80 m, including a transit dock for yachts up to 180 m – one of very few in the region— the new superyacht marina is integrated into a modern, functional infrastructure that celebrates 20 years of activity in 2016.
Developments include over-sized facilities that ensure safety whether manoeuvring or moored, and an area reserved for tenders that can be placed ashore for maintenance work or remain in the water for servicing the yachts. The new infrastructure will be fully operational in 2016. The new berths are available on a short, medium or long-term rental basis and include a package of services designed to satisfy the needs or requests of visiting yachts and their guests.
'M/Y Blue Eyes' in Porto Lotti
Testimony to the excellent quality of service and eco-sustainability, whether on the water or land, is the fact that Porto Lotti retains its 5-star notation, the maximum points under the “MaRina Excellence” classification awarded by RINA in 2013.
And last but not least, the centre of La Spezia, which offers all the amenities of a seaside city with 120,000 inhabitants, is just minutes away from Porto Lotti by land or by sea.
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