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Old 13 November 2008, 20:04   #31
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Where can one find out more info on boating on Lake Garda; is there something similar to Reeds almanac for the Italian lakes? I'd love to take a boat down there for a holiday some time.
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Old 14 November 2008, 02:33   #32
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Where can one find out more info on boating on Lake Garda; is there something similar to Reeds almanac for the Italian lakes? I'd love to take a boat down there for a holiday some time.
there are a lot of boar rent for the Garda Lake:

http://www.rappydrive.it/

http://www.gyc.it/page_it/noleggio_imbarcazioni.php

http://www.gardaboatrent.com/


http://www.nauticabenaco.it/

http://www.sirmioneboats.it/

http://www.gardarent.it/
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Old 14 November 2008, 08:56   #33
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I had a couple of visits to a camp site at San Biagio which is on a thin peninsula at the south end and with a small island just offshore. This was walkable to depending on the water levels in the lake.The second visit showed much less water than the first when you would be up to waist and competing with boats which anchored off!!

Boat rentals with ICC nearby and the site had moorings a few yards offshore.

Its easy enough to spend some days visiting the towns on the lake , swimming etc

highly recommended

If you decide to tow anything large do not use the west side of the lake to get to the south -the winding road is a nightmare with rock overhangs ,coaches in the middle of the road...
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Old 14 November 2008, 16:57   #34
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I had a couple of visits to a camp site at San Biagio which is on a thin peninsula at the south end and with a small island just offshore. This was walkable to depending on the water levels in the lake.The second visit showed much less water than the first when you would be up to waist and competing with boats which anchored off!!

Boat rentals with ICC nearby and the site had moorings a few yards offshore.

Its easy enough to spend some days visiting the towns on the lake , swimming etc

highly recommended

If you decide to tow anything large do not use the west side of the lake to get to the south -the winding road is a nightmare with rock overhangs ,coaches in the middle of the road...
hallo Phil
it is nice to read that you were in the island of s' Biagio
I often go with my rib in this place
what Phil says is true !
do not Venture with the trailer in the north-west
the ideal area is southwest rich of Parkings
(however if you decide to come to the area send me a message and I will be happy to help)
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Old 16 November 2008, 05:43   #35
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a couple of shots from 2004
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Old 18 November 2008, 16:42   #36
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j'm in front of this place all the week end...
This is my rib in front of Lazise in the east side of the Lake
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Old 21 November 2008, 06:23   #37
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j'm in front of this place all the week end...
This is my rib in front of Lazise in the east side of the Lake
do you have any suggestion to stay a holiday at the garda lake with a secure place for the boat? Last summer, I was searching like fool to get a nice place with a good boat bouy
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I was at the campside Plani di Clodia in Lazise this summer.
Still with my old sib...
But I couldn't find any place to leave the boat except at bouy allong the coast of the lake.
The first day I heared some horror stories about boats being stolen or damaged etc.
I couldn't find any marinas near Lazise where I could stall the boat for two weeks, without paying an enourmous amount of money.

Later I found out that the marina in Peshera, in the south east point of the lake, had an quit good affortable marina. Think I will use this next year when I plan on going there again, but then with my RIB.

Still would like to know what nice affortable marinas there are along the lake, near campsides, and where you can launch your boat from the trailer??
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Old 21 November 2008, 12:47   #39
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Hi there,
i used to go to Lazise on a campground. Its name is Du Parc. You can visit the place in the net with google: camping du parc. There you will find a slip to slip the boat yourself , or you let the employees do for a drink with a small tractor .Near the camp 200M the boatservice MODENA with a crane, where the fat boats can be lifted into lake. The buoys in front of the campground, you can rent for 9-12 the day.

There are a lot of stories about stolen cars, boats and so on. Almost people with old junk cars tell these and fear of that. Italians in the north live on a very high standard, so a SIB will only be stolen by other tourists and tourists are everywhere in the world. My opinion after 25years visiting gardalake .Most of the SIBs are on a handtrailer and the owners store them beside the caravan or mobilhome. But its not the fear of stolen boats , but of the fees for the buoys.

To rent a Rib, up to 40HP its without permission. Cost are round 180 /day for a 4,5 Meter
Rib with 40HP. There are offers round 300 for 3 days.

so far
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Old 21 November 2008, 16:43   #40
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hi
I'm in the south west of the lake near Manerba.
J have a 6 mt RIB with trailer all the year in this place and it is not expensive: www.nauticaliliana.it
in this place there are many english, nederland, germany people.
the place is guarded and covered .
and is near to many camping.
if you want you can get a daily rate with the service of launches and slipways at a slide with trailer.

If you are interested in coming to the island in front of Manerba s. Biagio Alert me and j speak of you to Liliana
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