The Marina Uno Touristic Port is a Marina Resort, it is part of "Consorzio Marine Lignano", of "Assonat" and part of the network of companies "FVG MARINAS". Marina Uno is the first marina by the Adriatic Sea, the harbour was built in the early 1960 and it has been enlarged in 1983. Marina Uno is in Lignano Sabbiadoro - Riviera. It is at the mouth of the river "Tagliamento", just 400 meters from the sea. Placed in an elegant green frame, Marina Uno offers services of beaching, boat storage and maintance shipyard , a fuel station, mooring assistance day and night, the possibility of using a large swimming pool with a lifeguard; toilettes and showers; chance to use washing machines and dryers for free; free Wi-Fi, one early season party and one summer party, and more.
Since 1990, the Port of Marina Uno has been receiving every year the recognition of “Blue Flag” of F.E.E.
In the marina there are 400 moorings, optimized by poles for an easy and safe mooring. The moorings range from the dimension of 7,00 x 2,50 meters to 20,00 x 6,00 (center pole) and are equipped with electricity and water stations on the deck. The services: mooring assistance day and night by experienced seamen, weather service, parking space with number, boat storage, launch and beaching, technical assistance, toilettes, showers, washing machines and dryers, swimming pool with lifeguard.
Moorings for transit are also available. Mooring's availability. berth availability
The ocean floor's depth range from 2,5 to 3,00 metres.
In the entrance canal, the sandy ocean floor is subject to variations during the winer.
The arbor entrance is placed on the Tagliamento river, with bright night signals. To access the marina: upriver the canal at the mouth of the river surrounded by a cluster of piles, then proceed upstream for about 400 meters, then turn right entering the harbour. The entrance is signaled by two green and red headlights wich flash intermittently on the mouth of the port, it is 23 meters wide.
latitude 45° 39' 00'' North
longitude 13° 05' 50'' East