Rada di Santa Teresa 

4.4 (17 ratings)
  • 40° 40' 31" N, 14° 45' 33" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Mud

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (17 ratings)

  • Proud Cat
    Proud Cat ~ 07/09/2020
    Proud Cat | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    We had a nice stop here, great holding. Clam for the most part, we were here in full moon spring tide. Was a little unsettled for a few days. We put our boat in the marina di arechi for a few days while we went to Rome.. access to the shore near the restaurant behind the break water has a small dock.. we dropped and anchor back to keep the dingy away from the dock, then tied up. Had to climb over the wall.. food provision was good. Found several small fresh vegetables & fruit markets. Some great pizza and a nice english style pub. Chao!

    We had a nice stop here, great holding. Clam for the most part, we were here in full moon spring tide. Was a little unsettled for a few days. We put our boat in the marina di arechi for a few days while we went to Rome.. access to the shore near the restaurant behind the break water has a small dock.. we dropped and anchor back to keep the dingy away from the dock, then tied up. Had to climb over the wall.. food provision was good. Found several small fresh vegetables & fruit markets. Some great pizza and a nice english style pub. Chao!

  • peter
    peter ~ 26/08/2020
    Irradiance | Sailboat ~ 11.73 m

    Pretty good anchorage, we anchored in the centre in about 3M and held well, few boats during the day, typical Italians, no respect for other boats and create huge wash. Very pleasant place, busy town at night, we were lucky enough to put our dinghy in the marina on the lhs, we asked permission first and they were very nice. Good for 1 or 2 nights at best

    Pretty good anchorage, we anchored in the centre in about 3M and held well, few boats during the day, typical Italians, no respect for other boats and create huge wash. Very pleasant place, busy town at night, we were lucky enough to put our dinghy in the marina on the lhs, we asked permission first and they were very nice. Good for 1 or 2 nights at best

  • Mark
    Mark ~ 14/08/2020
    Simplicity | Sailboat ~ 11.25 m

    Like so many Italian anchorage that would otherwise be great this one is ruined by the incessant motor boat traffic during the day, making it rather uncomfortable. It does calm down a lot at night to almost still and the city is a great place to escape the swell, especially the botanical gardens and the parks and tree line promenade. It makes for a refreshing stop with lots of cold water drinking fountains around and showers on the beach. We anchored as close as we could from the wall in about 2.5m and put out a stern anchor to keep us into the passing boat traffic. One day we took the dingy and left it folded up (seahopper dingy) ashore another we tied up by the restaurant there was a ladder when we got that in the morning but not when we returned, easy climb down though and restaurant didn'I have anything to say, there is plenty of space to tie up. Also a good place to get the train to Pompeii from, but can't say Pompeii entry fee is worth it, the botanical gardens in Solano were far more rewarding.

    Like so many Italian anchorage that would otherwise be great this one is ruined by the incessant motor boat traffic during the day, making it rather uncomfortable. It does calm down a lot at night to almost still and the city is a great place to escape the swell, especially the botanical gardens and the parks and tree line promenade. It makes for a refreshing stop with lots of cold water drinking fountains around and showers on the beach. We anchored as close as we could from the wall in about 2.5m and put out a stern anchor to keep us into the passing boat traffic. One day we took the dingy and left it folded up (seahopper dingy) ashore another we tied up by the restaurant there was a ladder when we got that in the morning but not when we returned, easy climb down though and restaurant didn'I have anything to say, there is plenty of space to tie up. Also a good place to get the train to Pompeii from, but can't say Pompeii entry fee is worth it, the botanical gardens in Solano were far more rewarding.

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