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Old 04-01-2015, 22:27   #1
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slip fees (long term) for naples, italy or venice, italy

Looking at the possibility of relocating overseas. One possibility would be to locate in Naples, another would be in the Venice area. I'm trying to find the costs for getting a slip on a long term (annual) basis in either of these locations. In Naples, I would try to go to the Pozzouli or Baia area to the west. In Venice, it would have to be somewhere I could commute north to the Aviano area fairly easily (1 hour or less).

Interested if anyone knows what the general price differences would be between these two locations, and how the live aboard community would be.



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Re: slip fees (long term) for naples, italy or venice, italy

How important is it to stay in Italy? If it is work related then there's not much you can do. It's just that places like Pozzouli and Venice are not cheap and maybe not so pleasant for a liveaboard. If location is not such an issue,then you'll find adequate places in France (if there is room) but definitely in Greece. Cleopatra Marina in Preveza is 2300 euros pa and the marina in Preveza itself might even be cheaper. You can go to places like Benitses and get mooring for 0 euros but no water or electricity. Winter accommodation on land might be less than 100 euros a week. There are some ports that allow long term stays and provide electricity and water for a fee usually 5 euros a day. There might be as good or better deals in the Aegean.

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Re: slip fees (long term) for naples, italy or venice, italy

No idea about the price but why you don't ask them.. Marina del Faro: Cavallino-Treporti (VE)
There were other marinas in the hoods too..
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Re: slip fees (long term) for naples, italy or venice, italy

I just spent three weeks near Aviano, and have friend who has 42' sv in Lignano Pineta.

Believe he pays about €4,000 per year

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