The marina of Marina di Cassano consists of an overflut pier with a dock of about 200 m and a 100 m downhill reef. A new bridge overflow pier was built to the west of the existing one and parallel to the latter, within which a buoy field for the mooring of pleasure boats was installed.
Access time: continuous.
Headlamps and lanterns: 2584 (E 1696) – green fixed light, 2 vert., 3 M, on the head of the defensive cliff head (keep at least 20 m from the lantern).
Sea bottom: sand, good tenant. Decks: on a dock from 1.8 to 7 m.
Boat berths: 180.
Maximum length: 56 m.
Winds: dominating the maestral.
Crossing: West – NW.
Reduction: East – SE.
Closest safe work: Sorrento.
RESERVED AREAS AT THE DIPORT
It can be moored on a dock (except for the first 75 m destined for mooring of fishing boats and in the concession area to the fuel distributor) for the time needed for boarding / disembarking passengers and freight. The rest of the quay is reserved for pleasure except for about 20 mt reserved for fuel distributors. In the workplace you can moor, on the dead body, in the concession areas to local operators in the industry.
TYPE OF APPROACH, COORDINATES AND CONTACTS
Dock / Pontoon
I.I.M. Cards: n. 914, 10, 127, 130, 132 Port P4: p. 132 List of headlights: p. 78
coordinates CASSAN MARINA – SURROUND PLAN 40 ° 38 ‘, 41 N 14 ° 24’, 17 E
The Gulf of Naples develops between Cape Miseno and Punta Campanella, crowned to the north by Ischia and Procida islands and south of Capri. The intense traffic of all sorts of merchant, recreational and military boats offers special attention and consultation of the special rules and requirements of the individual spectacular Capitaneri of the wide gulf. Along the coast of sandy and rocky nature, stands Capo Miseno, a large tuff mass, cultivated only in the area facing the mainland: it is joined by a sand isthmus. On the head there is a tower attached to a 2-storey building, both white, above the lantern no. 2402. In the east of the head there is a buoy that emits yellow light: immediately in the north begins a large area of mussels cultivation, forbidden and still dangerous for navigation. In the northern part of the Gulf of Pozzuoli you have to pay attention to some dry. The island of Nisida is also of volcanic nature: it is one of the many craters in the area. Its circular shape encloses a small basin, Porto Paone, which is accessed through a small creek; Its banks are high and rocky. At the far north is the lighthouse no. 2416 on a green pole high 5 m. Near the shore, at SW of the island, we notice the danger of landslides or falls of boulders and irregularities of the seabed. Stay off. After passing the island and near Punta Cavallo there is SSE the Cavallara Secca, about 500 m away. from the ground. Arrived at Punta Posillipo we are in Naples. Surrounded by the imposing volcano, the Vesuvius, well visible for its position by the sea, the Gulf of Naples extends over a long stretch of coastline from Capo Posillipo to Punta Campanella. The port is accessed by two mouths (Main Mouth and Mouth of the Levant). The north coast of the Gulf is made up of green hills where there are a number of extinct craters. The south part of the Gulf is mountainous. The Navy of Naples always hosts numerous ships, both merchant and military. It is recalled that the NATO fleet dislocated in the Mediterranean is headquartered in Naples and it is not difficult to see even the most famous American warships at that time. To the west of the merchant harbor, between Posillipo and the Castel dell’Ovo, stands out, at night, for lighting, Via Caracciolo, a well-known waterfront in the city. The city continues to the slopes of Vesuvius. The coast beyond the Greek Tower is rocky of volcanic origin. From Castellammare di Stabia and the whole Sorrento peninsula dominate the mountains and the coast is jagged with many coves and beaches. On the summit of the Scoglio del Vervece, in front of Massa Lubrense, is placed a honey with lighthouse no. 2592. The honey is colored with red and black bands with double spherical mirrors. The passage, between Capri and the mainland, is signaled by two headlights. At Punta Campanella there is the lighthouse no. 2596, set up on a trellis next to a Saracen tower (Torre Minerva). On the island of Capri, in Punta Tiberio (Punta del Capo), there is the other lighthouse, no. 2600, placed on the rock “La Longa di Mezzogiorno”, on a candlestick with reserved, white paintings. Along the canal are submarine cables and a pipeline (Port of Capri – Bacoli). On that area and for about half a mile are forbidden and fishing and anchoring. Punta Campanella is crowned by high mountains, among which stands the Monte Costanzo where the homonymous Convent is located. Immediately after the tip the Cala di Ieranto opens, an excellent anchorage with the northern winds. Going westward, the coast has a stretch of beach at Marina di Nerano, with a small country of fishermen’s houses. The end of this area is indicated by Punta S. Elia, topped by ancient fortifications and a 2-storey white house. To the east of the tip, the coast is rocky and steep; The shore is eroded by numerous caves. In this stretch of coast stands the isca of Isca, on which there is a building surrounded by greenery. The Li Galli islets consist of three rocks of rocky nature. The largest, the Long Rooster, is covered by shrubs among which one can see a tower. On the top there is a quadrangular white trellis, another 12 m on which is located the lantern no. 2616. The other two islets, Castelluccia and La Rotonda, are covered with vegetation only at the top. There is a dry area between Castelluccia and Scoglio Vetara; To get around the danger of staying closer to Vetara. More to E, along the coast dominated by the mountains that descend towards the sea, Positano stands out among the slopes of Monte Angelo and Monte Comune. The country consists of small white houses that descend towards the sea. At the shore there is a church with a red roof and a green verdant dome. On the beach, always crowded, it is forbidden to land.
Port Authorities – Castellammare di Stabia
Useful information and contacts
Dependency: Direziomare Napoli
Commander: C.F. (CP) William CASSONE
Second Commander: C.F. (CP) Francesco SCALA
Address: Piazza Cruciverio S.Giorgio n. 4 – 80053 Castellammare di Stabia (NAPLES)
Opening hours: Mon-Fri-Sun 09: 00-12: 00 – Mon-Thu 09: 00-12: 00 – 14: 30-16: 00 YES REQUESTS THE USE OF THE SEA OFFICIAL OFFICE CLOSED THROUGH YOUTH AT THE END OF REQUIREMENT
How to reach us: Highway A3 – exit Castellammare di Stabia, take the motorway S.S. 145 until the junction to Castellammare di Stabia, proceed towards Porto Commerciale.
Boat and inflatable boat rental Mooring boats and inflatables Mooring assistance Sailing and launching boats Winter storage Washing boats Diving service Docking lights Wi-fi service Watchmen Fire-fighting services Waste collection Weather service Toilets and catering supplies Supply of water and electricity Engine Repair Electrical and electronic repairs Repair of wooden, vtr and steel hulls Electromechanical assistance Refueling Petrol / gasoline dispenser on the quay (08.00 / 20.00 hrs) RSU Car park Bar / Tobacco Resale ice Taxi service
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