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Genoa 44°30’N 9°4’E

Genoa’s beauty is difficult to describe and impossible to forget. This magnificent city features rolling hills, a vertical cityscape, luxurious palaces, and so much more. It is a medieval city swarming with life, and it is a place where past and present truly meet. DYT offers boat transportation services that can help you explore this unique city in style. Take a look at our sailing schedules above!

Genoa is the main city of the Liguria Region. It features steep cliffs ending in a deep, clean sea and a variety of villages and beaches just waiting to be explored. From Ventimiglia to Bocca di Magra lies a succession of unique forms and colors of surprising beauty. The ancient fishing tradition and the delicious flavors of the local cuisine gradually give way to the hills in the immediate hinterland. Here you will find castles, stone-built villages, churches and strips of fertile land that form a mosaic of fragrances, tastes and artistic forms immersed in the peace and quiet of centuries gone by.

A livelier atmosphere and fashion-filled fun can be found in the port cities and world-famous towns along the Riviera. Do you want to visit Portofino, the Cinque Terre, Camogli, or Sanremo? Are you eager to admire Liguria’s seascapes and the beauty of its mountain range overlooking the sea? Genoa is the best starting point for any of these adventures. DYT provides boat transport to the Mediterranean that is reliable and hassle-free so you and your loved ones can truly relax and enjoy this beautiful region.

The fame and beauty of Portofino has always reached beyond the Liguria region’s borders. Visitors have the opportunity to uncover a wide variety of adventures. For example, in a deep inlet of the Capodimonte Bay, protected by the reefs of the Portofino mountain, lies a small sea village that was once a pirate den. In the heart of the Cinque Terre the two sea villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola are joined by a path – the via dell’Amore – that is special for its fame, history and shape. This unique path has a romantic name and creates a distinctive atmosphere made of suspended walks between the sky and the sea. Discover all this and more when you use DYT boat transportation to Genoa and the Mediterranean.

DYT Yacht Transport prides itself on offering convenient and hassle-free boat transportation to beautiful locations all over the world. Our boat transport to the Mediterranean and Genoa has proven to be especially popular among our customers, and we look forward to helping you plan your next vacation to these alluring areas.

General Information Italy

Area: 301,338 sq km (116,346 sq miles).
Population: 57,844,017 (official estimate 2001).
Population density: 192 per sq km.
Capital: Rome.
Population capital: 2,655,970 (2001).
Language: Italian is the official language.
Dialects are spoken in different regions.
German and Ladin are spoken in the South Tyrol region (bordering Austria).
French is spoken in all the border areas from the Riviera to the area north of Milan (border with France and Switzerland).
German is spoken around the Austrian border.
English, German and French are also spoken in the biggest cities and in tourism and business circles.
Religion: Roman Catholic with Protestant minorities.
Time: GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in September).
Electricity: 220 volts AC, 50Hz.
Currency: Euro (€) = 100 .
Country Code: + 39 ~
IDD Access Code: 00 ~


Calata Molo Vecchio Mod. 3
(Magazzini del Cotone)
Tel.: +39 010 27 011
E-mail: mmv@mmv.it
Website: www.mmv.it

Via Pionieri ed Aviatori d’Italia 16154 Genova
Tel.: +39 010 614 3420
E-mail: hospitalitydesk@marinagenova.it
Website: www.marinagenova.it



Genoa International Airport is just halfway between the city and Voltri Terminal, where DYT vessels regularly call. There are direct flights from London (BA-Ryan Air), from Amsterdam (Transavia), from Germany. All main Italian destinations are covered.

For further information:

E-mail: info@airport.genova.it
Tel: +39-010-60151

An alternative is flying to Milan (Malpensa or Linate airports)

For connection to Genoa, visit:

You can even fly to Nice airport which is about 200 km from Genoa:

Nice Airport, France, Chambre de Commerce et d¥Industrie, F-06281 Nice Cedex 3
Tel.: (Switchboard) + 33 (4)
(Marketing) + 33 (4) + 33 (4)
Fax: + 33 (4) or +33 (4)

There are also regular ferries connecting Genoa to Corsica, Sardinia, Spain, Sicily, Tunisia and Morocco.
Website: http://www.onlineferries.com

In Genoa, there are two main railway stations:

– Piazza Principe
– Brignole

The first one is closer to the Aquarium ticket office (where one of the meeting points is fixed).

DYT vessels call at Voltri – Pra , Terminal VTE, which is west of Genoa.

Additional Information


DYT contact:
Benedetta Granello di Casaleto
DYT Yacht Transport, Italy
Via Santa Chiara 2/10
16128 Genova Italy
Tel: +39 010 278 9411
Mob.: +39 348 9909364
Email: benedetta@yacht-transport.com

Customs Agent:
Simone Carlini
Multi Marine Services Srl
Via Santa Chiara 2/10
16128 Genoa, IT
Tel: +  +39 010 5361 640 – 641- 643
Tel.: + 39 335 6671978 (Giulia di Levrano) 
E-mail: agency@multimarineservices.com


DYT contact:
Benedetta Granello di Casaleto
DYT Yacht Transport, Italy
Via Santa Chiara 2/10
16128 Genova Italy
Tel: +39 010 278 9411
Mob.: +39 348 9909364
Email: benedetta@yacht-transport.com

Customs Agent:
Simone Carlini
Multi Marine Services Srl
Via Santa Chiara 2/10
16128 Genoa, IT
Tel: + 39 010 5361 640 – 641- 643
Tel.: + 39 335 7737449 (Laura Mattiello)
E-mail: agency@multimarineservices.com

Prior to arrival in Genoa contact DYT rep to advise list of people coming on board with relevant ID to obtain port access.

Loading Onboard DYT Carrier:
Notify our Loading Master upon your arrival on Channel 17 and wait for instructions

Once loaded, check in with DYT Rep and bring:

  • Original yacht registry
  • Keys of the yacht clearly marked
  • If approved, bring riders with prospective passports


US ports in final destination or in transit:
Riders need to have B1 or B2 visa.
No other visas are accepted.


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