Marina Reggio de Calabria, Calabria, Italy
General - Marina Reggio De Calabria lies on the Messina straights in SW Italy.
Position - 38º 07' N 15º 39' E
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Approach & Entrance; The approach to the harbor needs care because of the strong currents running up and down the strait. When coming from the south, care should be taken to avoid the fishing lines with floats which the locals deploy and which are pretty hard to spot during a night approach. The marina is protected by a long, wide breakwater that sits parallel to the shore, leaving a wide opening to the north where Yacht Charter yachts and ferries can enter the harbor. The marina is located within the commercial harbor, on the north side, which sometimes makes access quite difficult due to the heavy traffic. The check-in facilites for visiting yachts can be found at the southeast quay.
Berths - Fore and aft lines are provided at each berth. It should be noted that it is forbidden to drop anchor inside the marina.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 16 & 11
Maximum Length - m
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - The fuel station is at the southeast entrance of the marina
Other Facilities & Services - All repairs can be carried out
Chandlers/Ships Store - On site
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - Additional services can be found in town if they are not to be found within the marina itself. There is no laundry service, nor is there a bar or restaurants, but some good spots can be found just minutes of the marina, across the railway tracks which run in the vicinity. Also, there are no stores here
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