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Living Tuscany by the sea: Tuscan Marine consortium

A new season for yachting and a campaign dedicated to safety, services and the sale of berths. A restart that sees the ports and marinas belonging to the Tuscan Marine Consortium committed to proposing, starting from next spring, the doors of Tuscany to the sea as welcoming places, as safe hubs for yacht charter and pleasure craft to enhance the best the tourist network of the region not only land-sea, but also sea-land.

From Viareggio to Piombino and Isola d’Elba, the campaign promoted by the consortium is “Living Tuscany by the sea” thanks to a unique land, one of the most popular and well-known and an attractive lever that can be visited starting from the ports with cities of art, villages , landscapes, food and wine destinations, history and culture.

Over 3,000 total berths available for boats and yachts ranging from 5 meters to over 100 meters, plus quality services, intelligent columns, smart mobility solutions, are some of the pluses of the Marine offer in Tuscany. In some marinas, berths are also available for sale for a total of 500 locations for both small boats and yachts. 

Over the course of last summer, the marinas and ports of the consortium were awarded for attendance and touched thanks to the campaign that promoted Marine della Toscana as a safe hub for yacht charter and a protected reception service: services that will also be maintained for the future season . 

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