Rent a sailboat in Rome to navigate towards Ponza, Ventotene and the island of the Gulf of Naples or head north towards Giglio Island and the Elba Archipelago. Our certified partner here is a medium size charter company with more than 20 years of experience.
The origins of the port of Rome are lost over the centuries. The Emperor Claudius, in 42 A.D. built an entirely new harbor at Ostia, later enlarged by Trajan in 113 AD which has been called Portus Romae. The fall of the Roman Empire marked its end and despite the location was perfect, near the mouth of the Tiber, which is still navigable to the heart of the capital, no one has thought to return this "legitimate" property to the Eternal City.
Today, finally the situation has changed and the Port of Rome is a reality to be enjoyed. Rebuilt close to the ancient site, the marina is designed for the lovers of pleasure and for tourists from around the world, with shops, cafes and restaurants. In addition, the port area is very close to the archeological site of Ostia Antica, noted for the excellent preservation of its ancient buildings, magnificent frescoes and impressive mosaics.