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In the Port of Crotone you will find what you need!!

Whether you are a company that wants to find a new hub or port for its business... or a sailor looking for new docks... you are in the right place.

The Port of Crotone is at your disposal.

Do not waste time! Contact us now to plan together your port activity and your visit to Crotone.

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Within the port infrastructure it is possible to welcome the largest pleasure yachts and cruise ships in the world. There are various equipped marinas. Yachts of any size can be moored and assisted in the Port of Crotone (even over 180m). The portsides are equipped with single-phase/three-phase electricity supply columns 220V/380V 16A/125A and water.

The port offers the availability of duty-free and tax paid diesel, 24h, seven days a week, all year round, with modern portside pumps or directly from tankers, able to satisfy any request.

Many areas are given to the various companies that work in the shipyard sector of motor repair, electronic apparatus, wooden or fibreglass hulls and general maintenance. There are some docks used for the storage of private tourist boats.

There are many historic maritime agencies which offer high quality services for every need, from sorting out Yacht documents to the role of customs and excise agents.

On the portside there are cranes of diverse capacities for the loading and off loading of merchandise and for lifting Yachts on the docks. Currently, the Crotonese Port Company moves around 350,000 tons of products every year.

Crotone has become a new reality for the cruise, become capable of handling cruise-ships having ample space along the portside to accommodate the largest ships in the world. After the start of operations in 2012, the trend has clearly grown in recent years with around 30,000 passengers per year.

In the Port of Crotone the pilotage service is active which guarantees absolute professionalism. The group for mooring services are situated a few metres from the portside where there is the necessary equipment to assist in the operations of docking and departing. The port is doted with tugboats to assist in manoeuvring large cruise ships, merchant ships and superyachts.

Berths

Within the port infrastructure it is possible to welcome the largest pleasure yachts and cruise ships in the world. There are various equipped marinas. Yachts of any size can be moored and assisted in the Port of Crotone (even over 180m). The portsides are equipped with single-phase/three-phase electricity supply columns 220V/380V 16A/125A and water.

Fuel supply

The port offers the availability of duty-free and tax paid diesel, 24h, seven days a week, all year round, with modern portside pumps or directly from tankers, able to satisfy any request.

Shipyards

Many areas are given to the various companies that work in the shipyard sector of motor repair, electronic apparatus, wooden or fibreglass hulls and general maintenance. There are some docks used for the storage of private tourist boats.

Landing and loading of goods

On the portside there are cranes of diverse capacities for the loading and off loading of merchandise and for lifting Yachts on the docks. Currently, the Crotonese Port Company moves around 350,000 tons of products every year.

Cruises services

Crotone has become a new reality for the cruise, become capable of handling cruise-ships having ample space along the portside to accommodate the largest ships in the world. After the start of operations in 2012, the trend has clearly grown in recent years with around 30,000 passengers per year.

Regattas and sports activities

Thanks to the exceptional climatic conditions of the race course, and the work of the sports clubs, Crotone has become a destination for very important international events. Furthermore, in Crotone it is possible to cultivate all the disciplines of water sports and sport fishing.

A large port ready to welcome you and support the development of the maritime industry in the Mediterranean Sea

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