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This page provides useful planning, pre-departure and travel information. From servicing airports to base arrival procedures, it will tell you what to expect to make your holiday smooth and care free.
We suggest you read the following information carefully several weeks prior to departure and also print a copy to take with you.
Monday to Saturday, 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and 3.00 pm to 7.00 pm
UTC/GMT XX hours
Tourist Information Centre: info point in Procida is beside the ticket offices for the ferries
Area: 187,244 sq. mi.
Capital city: Rome
People: Italian (includes small clusters of German-, French-, and Slovene-Italians in the north and Albanian-Italians and Greek-Italians in the south)
Language: Italian (official), German (parts of Trentino-Alto Adige region are predominantly German speaking), French (small French-speaking minority in Valle d’Aosta region), Slovene (Slovene-speaking minority in the Trieste-Gorizia area)
Religion: Roman Catholic, other (includes mature Protestant and Jewish communities and a growing Muslim immigrant community)
Major industries: tourism, machinery, iron and steel, chemicals, food processing, textiles, motor vehicles, clothing, footwear, ceramics
Tipping: This is a matter of personal discretion. Although bills normally include a service charge, it is customary to tip in restaurants and other places that cater to tourists.
Electricity: 230V/50Hz (European or Italian plug)
Time: UTC/GMT +1 hour. Daylight saving time: +1 hour
Some major events
* January – Fair of Sant’Orso in Aosta
* February – Feast of the almond-blossom in Agrigento
* February/March – Carnival in Venice, Viareggio and Ivrea
* March/April – “Scoppio del carro” in Florence
* May – Candle race in Gubbio; “Cavalcata sarda” in Sassari; “Maggio musicale” in Florence
* May/June – “Festival of the Two Worlds” in Spoleto
* June – Flower festival in Genzano
* July – “Palio” horserace in Siena; “Festa del Redentore” in Venice; “Umbria Jazz”
* August – Quintana tournament in Ascoli Piceno in Siena ana tournament in Arezzo
* August/September – “Settimane musicali” in Stesa al and Opera seasons in Milan and Verona
* September – Historical regatta in Venice Game in Marostica in Asti national Cinema Festival in Venice
* October – Grape feast in Merano
* November – Feast of the Madonna della Salute in Venice
* December – Franciscan crib in Greccio
On leaving the airport, you must go to the main ports of Naples (Porta di Massa or Port of Pozzuoli). From both of these Ports, you will find regular ferry or hydrofoil services to Procida. The Island of Procida is 16 mi. from Naples. From the main Ports of Naples there are two locations from which ferries and hydrofoils depart – Molo Beverello for Aliscafi/Hydrofoils and Porta di Massa for Traghetti/Ferries. These two locations are within walking distance of each other. From the Port of Pozzuoli, you will also find regular ferry or hydrofoil services to Procida. The journey time by ferry to Procida will take up to one hour and by hydrofoil approximately 35 minutes
- Beverello the main port of Naples – four miles to the base
- Naples International Airport, Naples, Italy (NAP / LIRN) – 26 miles to the base
- Abruzzo Airport, Pescara, Italy (PSR / LIBP) – 115 miles to the base
- Ciampino – G.B. Pastine International Airport, Rome, Italy (CIA / LIRA) – 151 miles to the base
- Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, Rome, Italy (FCO / LIRF) – 168 miles to the base
Due to the number of flights we organise, the Moorings can offer some great rates to many destinations. Please make sure you contact our inhouse flight specialist at 033 0332 1513* before you book your flights.
Transfers are not included in your charter price, so you must arrange or pay for your own on arrival (see below) or, for your convenience, you can arrange return taxi transfers in advance. Please contact your Holiday Planner who will be happy to do this for you. While we will arrange these transfers, they must still be paid for locally in Euro.
The transfer time from Naples Airport/Train station to the port (where you will catch the ferry) is approximately 30 minutes and the costs are around:
1-4 passengers: 210 Euros
5-8 passengers: 265 Euros
9-12 passengers: 315 Euros
The transfer time from Rome Airport to the port (where you will catch the ferry) is approximately 30 minutes and the costs are around:
1-4 passengers: 630 Euros
5-8 passengers: 820 Euros
The transfer takes around 30 minutes from the airport to the port of Pozzuoli. You will be given ferry tickets by the taxi driver and shown where the ferry is. The ferry takes around 35 minutes. One of our staff will pick up your luggage on arrival to the port in Procida. You will then walk along to our office (a short 5-minute walk).
Please note: This year no cars allowed on the Ferry to Procida
Save up to 30 percent when you book your airport parking through us. Please call us for more details.
The following car rental companies are available from the airport: Avis, Eurocar, Hertz and Maggiore.
Procida can be reached by direct ferry and hydrofoil services from Naples. Naples is serviced by two ports:
* Molo Beverello (ferry and hydrofoil – Caremar Lines; hydrofoil – SNAV lines, www.snav.it). The ferry journey takes one hour. The hydrofoil takes just half an hour.
* Pozzuoil offers ferry services only (Linee Lauro and Caremar) and the journey time is approx. 35 to 40 minutes. Our offices and yachts are situated just five minutes’ walk from the main ferry port (Marina Grande).
Please note that the last ferry crossing from Naples to Procida is at 21:55. In order to arrive in Procida in time to embark at 18:00 we would advise you to book flights or trains to arrive in Naples in the morning or early afternoon.
Boarding Time Procedures
Charter Boarding Time: Charters start at 3:00 pm.
Briefing Times: Chart briefings are scheduled between 1.00 pm and 3.00 pm local time depending on arrival followed by the boat briefing.
- All head charterers are required to attend a pre-charter briefing and yacht orientation prior to the charter start.
- You will be advised of navigation and customs procedures between the various islands, points of interest, proper yacht and equipment operation, and emergency information. Please keep all questions of this nature until that time.
- Specific yacht operation and navigation questions will be addressed during this briefing.
- A yacht operations manual will be aboard the yacht for your use.
The Base personnel wait for you until 9:00 pm. After 9:00 pm, you will find an information sign at our reception office with a message for you indicating your yacht’s name and berth. Your boat will be open and indicated by a sign with your name. The boat’s equipment will be ready for the night. The Base personnel will be available the next day from 9:00 am.
Check Out Procedures
Charter End Time: All charterers must return to base by 5:00 pm the night before disembarkation for debriefing and checks. Disembarkation is at 9:00 am the following morning.
A debriefing and final walkthrough will be done upon return so please allow enough time to complete this before the charter end time.
Companies in Italy will rent you a GSM mobile phone all set to make and receive calls. You can usually arrange such rentals at your hotel, or on the Internet before you arrive in Italy.
While most of our newer boats have Bluetooth capability, we cannot guarantee all boats are outfitted with this equipment. For your convenience, we highly recommend you bring an AUX cord so you can listen to music from your mobile devices.
Please note: there are no TV’s on our yachts in Italy.
Wi-Fi is available, cost is as follows:
- €100 per week 5GB – 5 connections (€50 deposit for modem)
WiFi is not included in your charter price. Please contact your Holiday Planner who can add this service to your contract. Wi-Fi must be paid for locally in Euro upon arrival.
Most hotels offer wireless internet access (Wi-Fi) in at least one public space, such as the lobby or lounge.
Electricity in Italy is 220V, 50 Hz AC. Italian sockets are designed to accept round prongs. You will need to bring an adapter.
Customs & Immigration
Entry, exit, and visa requirements depend on the locations you are departing from and traveling to. You are responsible for having the correct documents so make sure to check with the consulate of the countries you plan to visit before you travel. Visit travel.state.gov for the latest information.
In order to provide you with the flawless charter you expect from The Moorings, we require that specific information be provided in a timely manner.
- Please return all items, such as the guest list, provisioning selections, transfer form and CVs to us at least 30 days prior to your charter start.
- Any information provided or changed within 90 days of your charter start date, which The Moorings considers crucial to the planning process, is subject to an additional fee. Security Excess If you haven’t purchased Yacht Damage Waiver, a security deposit (amount as per your invoice) is payable at the base by Visa or Master Card, and is refundable at the end of the charter subject to there being no loss or damage. The liability includes loss or theft of the dinghy and/or outboard.
A formal license is required to sail in Italy. Click here to review the sailing requirements.
Luggage & Packing List
Soft-sided luggage or duffel bags are best, as luggage storage space on your yacht may be limited. We have no facilities for holding luggage at the base. Pack lightly and review our suggested packing list for required and necessary items to bring.
- Pack essential prescription medicine and change of clothing in a carry-on bag*
- Passport and other travel documentation
- Tickets and paper confirmations for pre-planned activities
- Light-coloured, light-weight clothing
- Formal wear for upscale dining establishments
- Swimwear and cover up
- Hats and sunglasses
- Sandals and flip-flops
- Athletic shoes and hiking boots
- Travel-sized toiletries and hygiene products
- Insect repellent and OTC pain relievers/ointments
- AUX cable for playing music through your device
- 12V DC to 110V AC power inverter (for boats without generators**)
- 12V to USB power adapter for charging mobile devices
*We would highly recommend packing prescription medicine and essential clothing (swimsuit, t-shirt and shorts) in your hand luggage as occasionally your luggage may arrive at the base after you do.
**All boats include a 12V DC outlet (a “car” outlet). Boats with generators have 110V outlets in the Caribbean and 220V in the Mediterranean and Exotic locations.
The use of flying drones may be restricted in some areas. For current drone regulations in this destination, please visit https://uavcoach.com/drone-laws-in-italy/.
Taxes & Fees
You might incur some costs while on charter such as mooring and docking fees or cruising taxes. We highly recommend bringing enough of the local currency to cover these costs as they are not always payable by USD, debit, and/or credit cards.Please see our Base Guide for additional information.
There is no departure tax payable.
A security deposit must be paid at the base by Visa or Master Card and is refundable at the end of your charter subject to there being no loss or damage. To significantly decrease your security deposit, purchase our Yacht Damage Waiver insuranceahead of time.
Vaccination and Immunisation Information
This destination is generally risk-free of contagious disease. Visit cdc.gov for the latest information.
Your health and safety are important to us. For advice on how to stay safe while on charter, please review our Travel Advice Information. Current travel and safety information can be obtained by visiting travel.state.gov
Swimming is often a fun and important part of a vacation. However local rules, flag systems, currents and where swimming may be permitted, can be different and vary from country to country. Snorkel vests, Life Jackets and Diver Down flags are all available on board.
- Talk to children about water safety at the start of a vacation, making them aware of the potential dangers.
- Accidents can happen at any time on vacation, but often they happen on the first and last day, so keep watch and do not get distracted when your children are playing by, or in the water.
- Children in or near water should always be supervised by an adult and never left unattended.
- Get in the water with them, it is easier to keep an eye on them as well as good fun. Floatation devices are highly recommended for children but are not a substitute for supervision.
Be aware of your surroundings
- Check warning flags and signage on the beach and only swim where it is permitted.
- Beware of dangerous currents, these can be very powerful. Not all beaches have lifeguards and/or warning flags.
- Beware of underwater hazards, such as reefs, rocks, sudden changes in depth and marine life.
- Never swim where a sign says not to e.g. in zoned areas for jet boats or jet skis.
- Never swim at night or after drinking alcohol.
Look out for others
- Never swim alone, ‘buddy up’ with others in your party and use the snorkel vests provided.
- Know how and where to get help. If you see someone in difficulty; raise the alarm, preferably the emergency services. Ensure you know the correct number for the country you are in.
Do not overestimate your ability
- Consider swimming lessons before you go if you think it would be useful to learn proper swimming technique.
- Even if you regularly swim in a pool, remember that open water swimming can be very different.
All yachts are equipped with adult life jackets, harnesses, snorkel vests & diver down flags. You can see all this equipment demonstrated in our online safety briefing, and we strongly recommend that you make use this equipment during your vacation. This safety equipment will be displayed in the saloon of your boat on boarding – If you have any questions feel free to ask our base staff during your briefing.
We have a very limited supply of children’s life jackets on base so highly recommend that if you are travelling with children, you bring their own. This ensures that children have correctly fitting jackets that are comfortable for them.
Children should not be allowed in the dinghy without a life jacket or buoyancy aid and should wear a buoyancy aid or harness whilst on deck.
Children under the age of 16 should not operate an outboard engine and should be supervised at all times when in the dinghy.
The Moorings offers comprehensive travel insurance for your peace of mind. If you have your own travel insurance, verify that it covers the destinations and activities of your Moorings holiday.
Whether this is your fifth trip or the first of many, we want you to feel at home when you’re at a Moorings base.
Via Roma No. 10
Tel:+39 3666811487 2
After hours and Sunday:
Tel: (+39) 333 603 9299
We suggest you notify family and friends of how you may be reached in case they need to contact you.
Please note that this base is operated by our Franchise partner Sailitalia.
Monday to Saturday, 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and 3.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
Extensive facilities assure you of a comfortable stay, including a laundromat, hotel, restaurant, public phones, bank and fuel.
During the summer months, you will generally need to call in advance to reserve a berth at other Ports and Marinas. You will find a booklet on board listing the telephone numbers for these. During the summer months, the main Port of Capri in particular is extremely difficult to reserve a berth and during the briefing other possibilities will be suggested. Port authorities will sometimes request the boat’s papers and your charter contract. Remember to retrieve your documents before leaving.
Sail Italia/Moorings has reserved berths in the Marina of Procida a short walk from the Sail Italia/Moorings Office. Your first and last night moorings are complimentary. All other nights are at the customer’s expense and subject to availability. Payment details will be confirmed at the Base. The Marina of Procida office is located at the end of the Marina, and not far past the Sail Italia/Mooring office.
Cruising Area Restrictions
Information will be given at the time of briefing.
It is strictly forbidden to sail alone, we require two persons minimum on board.
Charts & Pilot Books
All the charts and pilot books you will need for the sailing area are issued at your chart briefing.
You must be moored at least one hour before sunset. Night Sailing is not allowed without permission from the base manager. The decision to allow night sailing is based on your skill level and can be requested in advance. You will need to fill out the Sailing or Power resume for the base to review but we cannot guarantee approval.
Cruising Permits & Taxes
Click here to review the sailing requirements for Italy while planning your sailing holiday.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30 am to 1:30 pm
Saturdays: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm (during the summer months only)
Cash machine operational 24 hours a day.
Currencies/ money exchange
You can exchange currency and traveller’s cheques in Italy at most major banks, airports, large hotels, or at one of the many money exchange centers. Generally, banks will give you better rates so check around.
Always carry additional cash to cover both anticipated and unanticipated expenses. The following are anticipated expenses to aid your advance planning. A Holiday Planner can assist you in approximating costs:
- Airport/Shuttle Transfers
- Taxes ans service charges
- Customs and duty fees
- Refundable deposits
- Additional beverages
- Additional meals
- Personal incidentals
The post office is a good 10-minute walk from the Marina. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 1:30 pm; Saturday, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Pit Bull Steakhouse
Moorings Care packages are included on every yacht. Provisioning must be ordered 7 days prior to the start date of the charter for this destination. Visit The Moorings Yacht Charter Provisioning to order.
Please visit the Itinerary Page for more of the best places to visit on your trip.
While you are in Procida take the opportunity to visit the local cultural attractions.
Terra Murata – Is the place in Procida that evokes the most emotions, the walk is a must. At around 57 miles above sea level, the highest point of the island, Terra Murata is an island on an island. For a long time the historical and cultural centre of the island, it is reachable only by a brisk climb upon which it is possible to admire an unbelievably breathtaking panorama of the whole Gulf of Naples and its Islands.
Marina Corricella – This is not only the most beautiful place in Procida but also one of the most beautiful places in the world. Pink, yellow, white, green and red are the colours that predominate in Corricella, a fishermen’s village built like an amphitheater on the sea and surrounded by nets all around the wharf. Corricella is only reachable by sea or by four stairways that increase the charm of the place. There are no vehicles here, only the voices of the fishermen who mend the nets on the wharf.
Piazza dei Martiri (Semmarézio) – This is the terrace of Procida. A small piazza suspended between sky and sea, a crossroad between Corricella, Marina Grande and Terra Murata. The piazza was witness to one of the most tragic events in the history of the island: the hanging of 16 citizens guilty of having adhered to the Neopolitan Republic.
For your convenience, you can add water toys to your charter prior to arrival at the base. They will be waiting on your boat upon arrival. You are able to rent these at the base; please keep in mind that we have limited availability. For more information, please view our Water Sports Options.
Snorkelling and Diving
The Moorings provides fins, however you will need to purchase or bring your own masks and snorkels.
Diving Procida sub l’Isola – Tel: 0818101478 – email@example.com
The climate is Mediterranean, with hot dry summers and mild wet winters. Distance from the sea and the height of the larger mountains are the causes of sharp differences in climate: on the coastal belt, the average annual temperature is around 19°C, which drops to 13°C inland. The precipitations are confined mainly to the winter months. Rainfall is low particularly on the low-lying ground round Catania and Gela.
Prevailing northwesterly winds.
The average wind speed from June to August is usually not more than 20 to 25 knots.
Historical weather (averages by month):
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Tidal range inside the harbour is less than 1 ft (0.3 m).
When you arrive at the Base, we will provide you with a weather forecast for the next 24 hours. On your radio, you can also listen to the weather forecast 24 hours a day on Channels 68 and 21 in both English and Italian. Harbour offices also receive regular weather forecasts.
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