San Remo Public Harbour is protected by a long dam, stretching from SW to NW, and a shorter pier that can be used for fishing and for pleasure boating. There are 5 private wharves where you can moor your boats – against payment. You can also draw free alongside the “Bartolomeo CORRADI” quay for a maximum of 3 (three) days on anchor log with the possibility to be connected to the hydraulic and electric system.
The Harbour is also the starting/arrival point of a sailing line for daily tourist excursions.
Opening time: 24h a day
Access: keep on the starboard; before reaching the harbour, you should read the rules about the entrance to, stay in, and exit from the harbour.
1465 (E 1149) – long red lights, 5 sec., 8 m. light range, at the western end of the dam (safety distance: 25 m.); 1466 (E 1149.05) – fixed red lights, 2 m. light range, on the perpendicular wharf to the western dam (safety distance: 20 m.); 1467 (E 1150) – fixed green lights, 4 m. light range, on the end of the internal cliff.
Seabed: sand and mud; good for anchoring
Depth: from 2.5 to 6 m.
Radio: VHF channel 16 (01/10 – 31/05 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; 01/06 – 30/09 from 8 a.m. to midnight)
Maximum length: 30 m.
Maximum speed: 2 Kt.
Winds: mainly from the II and III quarters
Prevailing wind: Levant
Nearest safe roads: Ospedaletti, Arma di Taggia with winds from the I and IV quarter