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Area

North Dock – 88 hectares

South Dock6.5 hectares

Average depth: 8.8 m

Berths

Lenght (m)

Sounding depth (m)

Molo Giunti 115 8.5
Molo foraneo 300 6
Spezzato shore 88 8
Banchina di riva 430 8.5
Molo di sottoflutto 400 9
Molo di sottoflutto - berth 14 209 9
Molo di sottoflutto - berth 15 264 9

 

Total length of the berths (m): 2,650 m

Width of the berths (m): from 40 m to 250 m

Number of docking sites: Approximately 12 for ships measuring up to 100 metres.

Opening hours: 24/7

Maximum stopover: unlimited

 

Maximum ship dimensions

Length (m) 300
Width (m) 45
Load draught (m) 8.8
Turning basin (m) 400

Climate

Prevailing winds NE/SW
Sea flow/limit m Average: 0.3. Maximum range: 0.8 (January / February) 

Anchorage

Availability ×
Passenger transportation craft ×
Navigation required ×
Tugboats available ×

Services

Refueling ×
Waste removal ×
Bunker provisions ×
Water ×
Supplies ×
Storage containers ×
Parking 3,300 sq.m
Pilot service (a) 1
Tugboat operators (b) 2
Mooring personnel (a) 3
Boatmen 1
Maritime health authority ×
Veterinarian ×
Ecological services ×

(a) Compulsory over 500 m/t of Gross tonnage

(b) Compulsory over 2,500 m/t of Gross tonnage


Berths for cruise traffic North Dock

Length

Sounding depth

Distance to main square 
Banchina di Riva 430 m 8.5 m 800 m
Molo di Sottoflutto  400 m 10 m 1,800 m

North Dock details

Port entrance width: 200 m

Sounding depth: 8,8 m

Normally the anchorage sea currents head in a NORTH-SOUTH (180°) direction. The current from north to south reaches a maximum speed of 0.4/0.5 knots, whereas from south to north the currents are NN. Within the port, the current is influenced by tide or wind and can reach speeds of 0.5 knots at the port entrance, and 0.3 inside the port.

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Crotone, with its old town and the Castel of Charles V. Santa Severina, named among the most beautiful Italian villages. San Giovanni in Fiore, famous for its abbey and Gioacchino da Fiore. And finally Le Castella, an ancient fishing village well known for its castle that actually sits on a small isthmus anchored to the shore by a strip of land.

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Capo Rizzuto and its marine reserve

In the marine reserve of "Capo Rizzuto" the colour of the sea changes from sky blue to emerald green and the coast is truly spectacular, so rich in history and nature, that in 1991 it was declared a protected marine reserve, covering an area of about 15,000 hectares, which make it the largest in Italy.

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