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Marina di Lio Grando
Lungomare San Felice 94, 30013 Punta Sabbioni, Cavallino-Treporti, Venice, Italy

T:+39 0419 66044
F:+39 0415 300872
Contact:Mr Amadi Luca

LAT/LONG 45°27.17'N/12°26'E
Port Photo

Marina di Lio Grando is just ten kilometres from Venice, a city built on 117 small islands, with 150 canals and more than 400 bridges. There are no cars to be seen in the city and all public transport is via the canals. The secret to seeing and discovering the romance and beauty of Venice is to walk. It is possible to become lost for hours in the narrow, winding streets between the Accademia and the station, but there is no better way to explore the beauty and mystery of the world famous architecture. Marina di Lio Grando is currently being enlarged in order to accommodate a further 60 yachts of all sizes.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
High season
Int'l airport
30m+ berths
Low season
Alongside & Stern-to
Max length
Max draught
Max beam
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; fuel; telephone; parking; security cameras; WiFi
Welcome to Superports!

With data on more than 600 Superyacht marinas, the Dockwalk team is pleased to present its online Superports directory.

Previously only available in print, the Superports directory contains information including contact details, facilities at the berth and local services. It also provides vital logistical information such as lat/long co-ordinates, berth numbers and sizes, prices and distances to local airports.

What's more, the whole thing works with Google mapping. Select a region or enter a location, rollover an anchor and see the name, location and photo of the marina. Click on it to load all the info on your chosen marina.

When you've chosen a marina, you'll notice a list of local services classifications in the right hand column. Right now it's fairly empty. That's where you come in.

We're building the site around our users, and we want to publish the things that are most useful to you. As you travel around the world, you can recommend the best bars, friendliest agents, most efficient electricians and the quickest taxis - to name but a few. And as the directory builds up, you can look up services that have been recommended by other Captains and Crew.

So if you've had a great night out, found the best surf shop or been impressed with an emergency repair, click on the Recommend A Local Service link and share it with crew around the world.