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La Marina Dorica

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La Marina Dorica

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In the tourist port of Marina Dorica you will find: 1320 moorings in the water with fingers in floating docks or with catenary 258 seats on the ground Water and electricity on the dock Travel lift (65 ton) and hydraulic trolley (20 ton) for moving vessels 5 slides and 3 fixed cranes (6 tons) Fuel station (open during the day also on holidays) Weather station > "webcam" link

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Electricity
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Petrol
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Diesel
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Water
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Wifi
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Showers
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Toilets
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Recycling
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Food
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Bar
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Customs Clearance
43.60845 N, 13.48287 E
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Active Winter Community?
Yes
Manoeuvrability
Fair
Approaches & Channel Marking
Fair
Dock Type
Floating
Style
Stern to
Current/Tidal Flow
Negligible
Port of Entry
Yes
Visitor Berths
Yes
VHF Channel
8
Weather
Sat
5AM - 9AM
18 May 2024
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S 5 knots decreasing to NW 3 knots.
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Increasing from 13 to 20°C
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Calm sea
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UV Index: 2 - Low
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Sunny
Sat
9AM - 1PM
18 May 2024
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E 5 knots increasing to 10 knots.
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20–23°C
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Calm sea
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UV Index: 7 - High
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Mostly fine
Sat
1PM - 5PM
18 May 2024
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E 10 knots.
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23°C
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Calm sea
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UV Index: 7 - High
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Cloudy
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