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Triq Sa Maison - Haywharf - Pieta - Malta

35°894’’N 14°498’’E

VHF Channel : 13

+356 7944 4013

Marina Di Valletta - Key Features

A brand new 250+ berth marina within walking distance from the glorious city gate of Valletta.

Located only a 10 minute drive from Malta international airport and 15 nm away from Malta’s treasured coves and crystal clear base.

  • Safe All-Year Round Berthing for 250+ Yachts for Annual Rent
  • 10m, 12m, 13.5m, 15m, 17m, 21m, 24m, 28m Berths
  • Transit berths up to 45m. Alongside berths immediately available
  • Enhanced Weather Protection Derived from a Detailed Wave Study
  • Floating Breakwater - 120m long x 6m Beam
  • Revetment (Boulder Breakwater) along Pieta Quay to dampen long waves (swell)
  • Transport Link to Valletta

Berths Available

Above industry standard berths specifications, with spacious beam and access fairways which are 1.5x the length of the boat allowing for safe and easy docking manoeuvres.

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Immediate availability from 10 to 40m yachts from May to October. Fill out the booking form or call us for quick bookings

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Availability for 10/30m annual berth spaces running low above 15m. Book now to avoid disappointment

10/20 Yr Leases

Berths are limited resources in Malta and prices continue to increase annually. Invest ahead and for substantial savings over 10 and 20 years

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€7.45m investment in Marina di Valletta to create luxury yachting destination.

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Getting to the Marina

Getting here by land

Getting to the harbor by land one should follow the directions linked below. The map shows how one could get to the Marina by either walk, bus, or taxi

Getting here by sea

Approaching the Valletta harbours one should take the northern creek of Valletta, namely Marxamxet harbour and follow the main fairway all the way in until the port and harbour lights are visible. Marina di Valletta is located to your port on final approach, just passed the Malta armed forces navel base. Kindly contact us on VHF channel 13.

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Regeneration of derelict area to complement Valletta fortifications restoration.

An investment of €7.45m has been injected by a consortium formed between Marina di Varazze S.r.l, the marina development division of Azimut|Benetti Group and already operates marinas in Varazze, Viareggio, Livorno and Moscow. 

The consortium which also includes Azimut|Benetti’s representatives in Malta - Esprit Yachting together with Arrigo Group of Hotels, Joinwell and Tal-Maghtab Construction – all leading local companies from the yachting, hospitality, furniture and construction industries whose names are synonymous with sound traditional values and expertise in their respective fields.

Marina di Valletta, which has been awarded a twenty-five-year concession, shall benefit from the immense international exposure, reputation and profile of the Azimut|Benetti Group though their presence at international boat shows and their 138 offices present in over 68 countries.

Following an initial environmental impact assessment by Transport Malta, a further wave study was commissioned by the company to identify the storm weather mitigation necessary and the study was undertaken by a world leader in the field – Artelia.  The infrastructural works recommended by the study shall result in marina wave climate within recognized International marina standards.  The study detailed weather mitigation optimised for both short and long wave climates.

Weather protection infrastructure shall be substantial and will come in two forms – the first, an outer breakwater to neutralise short waves or surface waves and shall be constructed on site by ORSTA – a Dutch company specialised in on-location construction of concrete cason wave attenuators. The company which is responsible for the largest floating breakwaters in the UK and the Netherlands, in the Ports of Southampton and Amsterdam and boasting clients such as the Dong Energy Offshore Windfarms in the North Sea and projects currently underway for the Sultanate and Government of Oman.
 The second and larger intervention shall take form in a 200+ linear metre revetment or rubble mound breakwater to be located along the Pieta quay and shall absorb long period waves present within the site in inclement weather.

Foreign and local Yacht owners alike shall be lured to Marina di Valletta by the state-of-the-art marina amenities, which will include controlled access parking dedicated to owners, round the clock berthing assistance, 24hr security and a marina office offering conveniences and concierge services.  The marina will boast a luxury environment with high-end finishes installed throughout the concession area.  Pontoons shall be wider than the average width of local marinas offering better stability and comfort for marina patrons and will cater for up to 274 Berths from 10metre to 28metre upon completion on the various project phases. Dedicated and shared berths shall available for transit yachts up to 24m and during the season the outer arm of the 120m breakwater shall be certified to welcome Superyachts up to 50metres in length or 500GT in transit.  Transit yacht owners shall, for the first time, have direct access to Valletta and City Gate within walking distance and the company is looking at the possibility of establishing a direct transport link to the capital for marina patrons.

“Marina di Valletta shall be the first local marina to satisfy the latest environmental norms related to fixed point facilities for black water extraction in anticipation of such facilities becoming mandatory in the coming years” commented Niki Travers Tauss, General Manager, Marina di Valletta. “Furthermore the Marina shall regenerate a derelict area into a top-end international yachting destination to complement the bustling city of Valletta and it’s majestic fortifications which overlook the marina in all their splendor”.

Marina construction is expected to progress swiftly and it is expected to be fully operational in time for the 2017 season.  Further information about the marina and details for pre-registration at Marina di Valletta can be found at www.marinadivalletta.com or via email on info@marinadivalletta.com

A Luxury home for your luxury yacht

Launched in August 2016, with an investment of €7.45m injected by a consortium formed between Marina di Varazze S.r.l, the marina development division of Azimut|Benetti Group and already operates marinas in Varazze, Viareggio, Livorno and Moscow.

The consortium also includes Azimut|Benetti’s representatives in Malta – Esprit Yachting together with Arrigo Group of Hotels, Joinwell and Tal-Magħtab Construction – all leading local companies from the yachting, hospitality, furniture and construction industries.

Marina di Valletta, which has been awarded a 25-year concession, shall benefit from the immense international reputation of the Azimut|Benetti Group though their presence at international boat shows and their 138 offices present in over 68 countries.

Following an initial environmental impact assessment by Transport Malta, a further wave study was commissioned by the company to identify the storm weather mitigation necessary and the study was undertaken by a world leader in the field – Artelia. The infrastructural works recommended by the study shall result in marina wave climate within recognized international marina standards.

Weather protection infrastructure shall be substantial and will come in two forms – the first, an outer breakwater to neutralise short waves or surface waves and shall be constructed on site by Orsta – a Dutch company specialised in on-location construction of concrete cason wave attenuators. The company which is responsible for the largest floating breakwaters in the UK and the Netherlands, in the Ports of Southampton and Amsterdam and boasting clients such as the Dong Energy Offshore Windfarms in the North Sea and projects currently underway for the Sultanate and Government of Oman. The second and larger intervention shall take form in a 200+ linear metre revetment or rubble mound breakwater to be located along the Pieta quay and shall absorb long period waves present within the site in inclement weather.

Foreign and local yacht owners alike shall be lured to Marina di Valletta by the state-of-the-art marina amenities, which will include controlled access parking dedicated to owners, round the clock berthing assistance, 24hr security and a marina office offering conveniences and concierge services. The marina will boast a luxury environment with high-end finishes installed throughout the concession area. Pontoons shall be wider than the average width of local marinas offering better stability and comfort for marina patrons and will cater for up to 274 Berths from 10metre to 28metre upon completion on the various project phases. Dedicated and shared berths shall available for transit yachts up to 24m and during the season the outer arm of the 120m breakwater shall be certified to welcome Superyachts up to 50metres in length or 500GT in transit. Transit yacht owners shall, for the first time, have direct access to Valletta and City Gate.

“Marina di Valletta shall be the first local marina to satisfy the latest environmental norms related to fixed point facilities for black water extraction in anticipation of such facilities becoming mandatory in the coming years,” commented Niki Travers Tauss, general manager, Marina di Valletta.

Marina construction is currently in progress with infrastructural works taking place since last September. Well within the stipulated timeframes, last weekend saw the successful launch of the Marina’s first section of the outer arm breakwater, this will be the first of five sections and will instrumental is neutralising short or surface waves. Construction is currently being carried out by Orsta, a Dutch company specialised in on-location construction of concrete cason wave attenuators and which has a long portfolio of major projects around the world.

“We are very pleased with the progress being made and we are well on track to welcome the first yachts this season. The interest in this project has been enormous, even due to the reputation and profile of the Azimut|Benetti Group,” commented Mr Travers Tauss. “This project will not only contribute towards the urgent need of berthing space Malta requires to fully develop its potential as a top end international yachting destination but will also regenerate what has largely been a derelict area for a number of years”.

The Marina di Valletta is expected to be fully operational in time for the 2017 season. Further information about the marina and details for pre-registration at Marina di Valletta can be found at www.marinadivalletta.com, via email on info@marinadivalletta.com or call on +356 7944 4013 / +356 9944 2122.

€7.45m facility will be completed next year

The €7.45 million Marina di Valletta has started berthing yachts at Sa Maison.

The 25-year concession was awarded to a consortium formed with Marina di Varazze Srl, the marina development division of Azimut|Benetti Group which already operates marinas in Varazze, Viareggio, Livorno and Moscow.

The consortium also includes Azimut|Benetti’s representatives in Malta, Esprit Yachting, together with Arrigo Group of Hotels, Joinwell and Tal-Magħtab Construction.

The marina will be protected by an outer breakwater to neutralise short waves or surface waves and a 200m or rubble mound breakwater to be located along the Pietá quay for inclement weather.

The 274-berth marina amenities will include controlled access parking dedicated to owners, round-the-clock berthing assistance, 24-hour security and a marina office offering conveniences and concierge services.

Pontoons shall be able to cater for yachts from 10m to 28m, while the outer arm of the 120m breakwater shall be certified to welcome superyachts up to 50metres in length or 500GT in transit in season.

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Type Max yacht size Berth Dimensions
Type B 10m (+/- 0.5m) 11m x 3.8m
Type C 12m (+/- 0.5m) 13m x 4.5m
Type C1 13.5m (+/- 0.5m) 14.5m x 4.5m
Type D 15m (+/- 0.5m) 16m x 5.3m
Type E 17m (+/- 0.5m) 18m x 5.7m
Type F 21m (+/- 0.5m) 21m x 6.3m
Type G 24m (+/- 0.5m) 25m x 7.0m
Type H 28m (+/- 0.5m) 30m x 7.5m
  • Private Car park for 80+ Vehicles with Controlled Access for Yacht Owners
  • Capitanereie & Marine Conceirge
  • Round-the-Clock Professional Berthing Assitance
  • Guardiennage and Yacht Care Services
  • Catalyst for the Regeneration of a Derelict Area
  • CCTV and 24hr Security
  • Luxury showers and WC Facilities
  • Cafe & Outdoor Leisure Spaces
  • Black Water Extraction, Wast Oils and Waste Collection Ploints

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