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Stabia Main Port has opened south of Naples with dockage for the largest of yachts. A total of 130 berths, 25 of which are designated for megayachts, can accommodate vessels up to 885 feet with a draft of 23 feet.

Created two years ago as a pilot dock, the Stabia Main Port in Castellammare di Stabia, Italy, has water and power banks as well as a tennis court and gym. Several yachts have docked at the facility including the 101m M/Y Symphony, the 104m M/Y Quantum Blue, the 95m M/Y Indian Empress, the 90m S/Y Athena, the 92m M/Y Mayan Queen and the 85m M/Y Sunrays, according to a company news release.

A nearby railway station allows trips to Pompeii, Sorrento and Naples in less than 30 minutes.

For more details visit www.stabiamainport.com.

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