The Port of Venice boasts a number of advantages, and enjoys a strategical posit
The Port of Venice boasts a number of advantages and enjoys a strategical position.

This makes it the best choice for freight transit in both import and export.

High-speed crafts

 
Regular High-speed services connect Venice to the Slovene and Croatian coasts from April to October. The San Basilio terminal is dedicated to this service.

Reaching Croatia and Slovenia in a couple of hours

Venice is the ideal port to set sail to the Slovene and Croatian coasts of Istria and the Kvarner Gulf. High-speed crafts and catamarans provide a regular service and the crossing lasts just over two hours.
In 2009, 109,127 passengers used this service.

The ports of arrival are: Labin (Albona), Lusinij (Lussino), Piran (Pirano), Pula (Pola), Portorož (Portorose), Rovinj (Rovigno), Umag (Umago).

High-speed crafts at San Basilio
High-speed crafts at San Basilio
High-speed crafts at San Basilio
High-speed crafts at San Basilio