The most important Marina in the Adriatic Sea was born in a sheltered harbor of the great natural harbor of Brindisi, whose ancient history, a set of cultures and memorable events, sent him rightly the name of ‘Gateway of the East’. In fact, the Marina is situated in a particularly favorable position for yacht owner: it is nearest the entrance of commercial port, in the eastern creek, in Bocca di Puglia locality, an area bounded on the north by the root of the breakwater, on the East from S. Andrew Island and from Alfonsino Castle.
The new Brindisi Marina is particularly interesting because of its strategic location. In fact, thanks to its proximity to major international Airport of Brindisi, which is only a few miles from the Marina, it can easily connect Europe to the rest of the Mediterranean. The Marina is the natural logistics base, unique and fascinating, to reach in just a few miles Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Montenegro and Albania and the most popular Italian destinations such as Otranto, Santa Maria di Leuca, Gallipoli, Ionic Apulia up to the Aeolian Islands.
40° 39’,50 N – 17°57’,95 E
The new Brindisi Marina is located on the most sheltered and protected curve of the port of Brindisi, called Cove of Bocca di Puglia, located between S. Andrew Island and Forte a Mare Castle, on Porto Medio.
Berths: 638 from Mt. 6 up to Mt. 35.
Time entrance: Continuous.
All units have direct contact with the port at least 30 minutes early via VHF ch. 8 and 16 the direction of the port informing them about arrival, drive type, name and nationality of the ship, origin and draft. All units leaving the dock of the port have priority over those entering which will have to wait in the basin evolution.
The access is between the Forte a Mare breakwater and Costa Morena breakwater (Porto Medio entrance).
3644 (E 2204) — Flashing green light every 3 seconds, can be seen up to 5 miles, on the top of Forte a Mare breakwater; up to 7 miles away on the top of Costa Morena breakwater.
Marine draught: muddy.
Draught at berths from 3 to 11 metres.
Radio: Vhf channel 08 and 16.
Prevailing wind: Northwest.
Onshore wind: Scirocco
Marina Planning (.pdf)