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    Default Rome overwintering options?

    Maybe a bit early but will be going back to boat in Cagliari in a month and thinking of Rome for overwintering. There's a goodly bit from 13 or more years ago here about locations but what is the current thinking?

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    Default Re: Rome overwintering options?

    Ok this is from this year , there a yard up the canal it does some very good rates , train ride from Rome , we took our friend there this year and there got three month mooring June/July/Aug for under €500 .
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    Default Re: Rome overwintering options?

    Quote Originally Posted by sailaboutvic View Post
    Ok this is from this year , there a yard up the canal it does some very good rates , train ride from Rome , we took our friend there this year and there got three month mooring June/July/Aug for under €500 .
    Can you remember the name?

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    Default Re: Rome overwintering options?

    Cantieri Navali Fiumicino
    It's the second or third yard as you go under the second bridge . They can haul out there too . .
    If I come across his card I post it . But can't find it at the moment .
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    Default Re: Rome overwintering options?

    Is that max’s Yard? +1 if so . We paid 200 euro per month in high season. No facilities but there is Shore power but I *think* not potable water. 2 bridges into canal and a short walk to Fiumicino. I will look it up if that’s the one

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    Default Re: Rome overwintering options?

    Cantiere Nautico Albula mailto:cnalbulasrl@hotmail.com

    Not the same Cantiere but here are the deets from max’ yard I used in 2014

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    Default Re: Rome overwintering options?

    Quote Originally Posted by Donheist View Post
    Is that max’s Yard? +1 if so . We paid 200 euro per month in high season. No facilities but there is Shore power but I *think* not potable water. 2 bridges into canal and a short walk to Fiumicino. I will look it up if that’s the one
    Not the same yard ,
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