Galicia has 28 sport harbours, equipped with all kind of services: 20 of them are managed by Portos de Galicia, while the other 8 harbours are managed by the Harbour Authorities. They have 8.812 berthing quays in total: 4.730 belong to Portos de Galicia and 4.082 belong to the general purpose harbours. Portos de Galicia, a public body which is member of the Council of Territorial Jurisdiction, Public Works and Transports, is drawing up a “General Plan” that must consider and resolve, in a reasonable way, the development of sport harbours.
Ashdod is the fifth largest city in Israel, located in the southern district of the Country, on the Mediterranean coast. The Port of Ashdod is Israel's largest port accounting for 60% of the Country's imported goods. It remains one of the few deep water ports in the world to be built on the open sea, and its construction involved great engineering challenges. It has become a very important centre for the Israeli and international navigation and for all the cargo ships that here find a high level service.
Jebel Ali has a total of 71 mooring docks. The entrance channel is bordered by buoys and starts 15 km outside the port; it is 17m deep and 320m wide. The appeal element of Dubai consists in the Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), that is the ideal hub for the storage and distribution of merchandise destined to a market of over 2 billion people.
Sole Port has celebrated its 30th anniversary. This tourist port was the first to be built in the Imperia province, and paved the way over the years for what was to become one of the most important tourist channels on the riviera: leisure sailing.
The Bogliaco Marina is located on the Brescian coast of the fascinating and breathtaking panorama of Garda Lake. This port is protected by a marvellous natural environment, and an excellent geographic location with regards to the wind directions and the gulfs and bays which are very easy to reach; this provides all sailing and motorboat lovers with the possibility to find everything that suits their needs.