Porto Lotti in the Gulf of La Spezia Joins Camper & Nicholsons Marinas

Posted: 16th April 2018 | Written by: Laura Harrison

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Camper & Nicholsons Marinas is delighted to announce that Porto Lotti is the newest member to join the exclusive Camper & Nicholsons Marinas 1782 Club; a by-invite-only club that provides international marketing reach to some of the world’s finest yachting destinations.

Porto Lotti, is the luxury superyacht marina in the Gulf of La Spezia, Italy, where new superyacht berths are integrated into a modern and functional infrastructure, offering 520 berths, plus an additional 14 superyacht berths up to 80m LOA, including a transit berth for yachts up to 180m, one of very few in the region.

Its exclusive amenities such as 24 hours security, helipad and concierge combined with the attention devoted to captains and crews, who receive special attention and privileges, make Porto Lotti the ideal haven for cruising the Italian Riviera.

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In a setting surrounded by art, history and tradition, Porto Lotti offers all the magic of “la dolce vita”. It is a place where harmony and wellness reign, where hospitality places the visitor at the centre of attention with the right balance of privacy and with full respect for both visitors and the environment.

Porto Lotti shares the Gulf of La Spezia with some of the world’s leading yacht brands offering all essential repair & maintenance services and shipyard facilities including Baglietto, Ferretti Group, Fincantieri Yachts, Picchiotti, Sanlorenzo. Within 20 nm: Azimut-Benetti, Codecasa, Fipa Group, The Italian Sea Group, Overmarine, Perini Navi, Rossinavi and VSY.

Exceptional superyacht facilities

  • Stable power provision up to 800 amps

  • Free WiFi

  • Crew facilities including gym and spa

  • Fully functional boatyard with 160 ton travel lift

  • 24-hour berthing assistance, security and ISPS 

  • Helipad and concierge services

  • Free parking areas (plus secure garage accommodation for longer stay.)

  • Regular international flight connections

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Dan Hughes, COO of Camper & Nicholsons Marinas comments; “We are so pleased to be closely working with Porto Lotti through the 1782 Club, which offers a unique marketing and business development platform to help promote marinas internationally. With the recent marina extension of 14 dedicated superyacht berths now complete at Porto Lotti, larger yachts can easily be accommodated. Its unique location within the Gulf of La Spezia, provides a destination so close to some of the world’s most high profile Italian shipyards and yacht manufactures as well as being in a great location for those yachts heading south ahead of the season.”

Carlo Agliardi comments, “The Camper & Nicholsons Marinas brand matches our brand values at Porto Lotti, so we are looking forward to proceeding in to the forthcoming season with the additional support of working with such a high profile and international brand. We offer a completely unique experience for our customers visiting Porto Lotti and pride ourselves in offering a 5-star service to boat owners, captains and crew; always to make sure the visit is an exceptional first-class experience.”

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Cruising Location 

Blessed with a year-round mild climate, it is just a short drive from all of the most alluring destinations of the Cinque Terre such as Portovenere and Lerici as well as the timeless beauty of legendary Tuscany. Porto Lotti is ideal for visitors who want to explore the many lovely towns and enjoy excursions.

Porto Lotti’s geographical location places it within convenient cruising distance of a series of well-known yachting destinations in the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas. Yacht owners and their guests can enjoy five natural gems awarded UNESCO World Heritage status including:

  • Palmaria

  • Tino and Tinetto - the three islands of the Gulf archipelago

  • Porto Venere

  • Cinque Terre - 5 small villages along the 5 miles of rocky coast line.

To book a berth this summer, please click here

  

 

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