Lega Navale Sciacca 

4.2 (18 ratings)
  • 37° 30' 16" N, 13° 4' 36" E / See on the map

About Lega Navale Sciacca

  • 230
    Berths
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 22 m
    Length
  • 12
    VHF channel
  • +39 0925 902766
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (18 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.5/5
Cleanliness
| 4.1/5
Services
| 4.1/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.3/5
Tourism
| 3.9/5
  • Paul
    Paul ~ 31/07/2020
    4 Sea Sons | Motorboat ~ 14.94 m

    Best value for money choice of the 2 marinas available. They are very strict on Covid registration, which is good. They realize this is a serious matter. So first you have to fill in a form, take it to the Guardia Costieri and then go back to the marina office. Then they will do the registration. The lady in the office is very helpful. She also speaks good French. She gives you the whole explanation and you get a card to be able to exit and enter the marina. The city is very nice with lots of nice shops and a few very nice restaurants. It’s a tough walk up the 200+ steps, but once you’re up, you’re in the center. The city is quite dirty, but that’s the case all over Sicily unfortunately. If you get a mooring at the end of the pier, the voltage is below 200 V , so no way you can run heavy equipment like airco. They shut off the water supply at night and only switch it on at 9, so if you leave early, no way to fill your tank. Do it at the end of the day when you arrive. Correct pricing. Good fueling station with very friendly service.

    Best value for money choice of the 2 marinas available. They are very strict on Covid registration, which is good. They realize this is a serious matter. So first you have to fill in a form, take it to the Guardia Costieri and then go back to the marina office. Then they will do the registration. The lady in the office is very helpful. She also speaks good French. She gives you the whole explanation and you get a card to be able to exit and enter the marina. The city is very nice with lots of nice shops and a few very nice restaurants. It’s a tough walk up the 200+ steps, but once you’re up, you’re in the center. The city is quite dirty, but that’s the case all over Sicily unfortunately. If you get a mooring at the end of the pier, the voltage is below 200 V , so no way you can run heavy equipment like airco. They shut off the water supply at night and only switch it on at 9, so if you leave early, no way to fill your tank. Do it at the end of the day when you arrive. Correct pricing. Good fueling station with very friendly service.

  • David & Allison
    David & Allison ~ 08/07/2020
    Living the Dream | Motorboat ~ 13.7 m

    Nice location, staff cautious because of COVID. Had to fill in forms and have our temperature taken. Bins full, lots of rubbish on shore and in the water. Helpful at the fuel pontoon

    Nice location, staff cautious because of COVID. Had to fill in forms and have our temperature taken. Bins full, lots of rubbish on shore and in the water. Helpful at the fuel pontoon

  • Michel ~ 08/10/2019
    oceane | Sailboat ~ 11.88 m

    Good reception, 40 € per night, local very friendly, speaks only Italian except Secretary very kind, pontoon noisy because the port moves a lot, the city is a bit far ...

    Bon accueil, 40€ la nuit, locaux très sympathique, ne parle que Italien sauf secrétaire tres aimable , ponton bruyant car le port bouge beaucoup, la ville est un peu loin...

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