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Porto di Stazzo, Sicily, Italy

known as Pontile di Stazzo Nautica Glem

Porto di Stazzo is located in Catania, in the close proximity of the nature reserve known as Timpa di Acireale. By booking a berth here, you will find yourself surrounded by beautiful rocky beaches. As you take a stroll down the shore, you will see the Etna volcano to the north. The structure of marina Porto di Stazzo is divided into 2 jetties; one is fixed, the other one is floating.

Porto di Stazzo is able to accommodate vessels of up to 20 meters in length. The professional staff of marina di Stazzo will offer you continuous support. You will benefit from mooring assistance upon arrival and they will also help you set sail upon departure.

Some of the services you can access here are showers, beverage sale point, berths provided with water and electricity. Also, you can get professional technical assistance for Evinrude, Suzuki, Yanmar and Hyundai engines. Another great advantage is that they have a vast area dedicated to leisure activities.

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Cancellation Policy of Porto di Stazzo : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

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