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Capo d’Orlando Marina enhances the coast in front of the splendid Aeolian Islands which are only 14 nautical miles away, blending into the landscape thanks to the buildings’ curved lines, the gardens, and bright colors like the light blue of the breakwater. The watchwords here are assistance, comfort, and quality services. Everything that a boat owner would expect from a modern marina resort. After crossing the port’s entrance and calling VHF channel 9, the mooring crew guides you towards the berth assigned at the dock or on floating pontoons.
There are a total of 553 berths reserved for boats up to 45 meters; moorings are dead weight and the columns in front of the berths provide fresh water and electricity. Check-in takes place at the marina office, where you can find useful information about the marina and surrounding areas. Take a beautiful walk along the dock where there are coffee shops, wine bars, newsagents, boutiques, restaurants, the ship chandler, a supermarket, and self-service laundromat.
Technical services include a dockyard with a 110-ton travel lift and large area for boat storage and repair, as well as a fuel station that offers regular petrol, diesel, and subsidized diesel fuel. In front of the main pier, a Caltagirone ceramic staircase leads to upper floors where a yacht club is located, in addition to a boutique hotel featuring 14 suites and a small wellness center, and a congress hall. There is also a restaurant for banquets, with a clear dome that
gives you a glimpse of the sky and a terrace with a view of the port and the sea. Inside the structure, a pedestrian walkway highlights the Mercadante Caves, a protected archeological site made up of circular stone discs emerging from the sea.
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