Redentore 2018

SATURDAY 14 JULY 2018

20:00/21:00 Departure
Dock Punta Sabbioni to Venice, sailing into Venice lagoon until arriving at Bacino San Marco – arriving at Cornoldi / Shivavoni shore and embarking on board the double bridge motorboat.
VIP ticket: in the lower deck there will be a Bar for an offer consummation of the famous Spritz and / or Prosecco in addition to canapés (pretzels, chips, popcorn and pizzas). Departure at 21:00

21:30-23:30 Boat evening with the possibility of disembarking and / or embarking on the shore of the Schiavoni, taking advantage of the numerous bars and restaurants open for the occasion you will have the opportunity to consume the dinner (not included in the fee)

23:45 Fireworks show in front of boat from a privileged place

Departure from Punta Sabbioni

Departure from Punta Sabbioni

Departure from Punta Sabbioni

Car Park in Punta Sabbioni

Departure from Punta Sabbioni

Departure from Punta Sabbioni

Marco Polo Venice navigation

 

Marco Polo motorboats was born in Venezia in 1957 from the will of its shipping magnate Magnanini E. that with long-sightedness realizes the need to offer a modern and efficient service in response to the growing tourist development that the city of Venezia is living.
Tourism is starting to become an “organized” tourism with a crescendo of groups (Italian and foreign) seeking for great ferry boats able to comfortably the city from the various landings (Tronchetto, Punta Sabbioni and piazzale Roma).

In this scenario the Marco Polo motorboat company occupies immediately the central position in the operational and commercial context of Venezia’s transport, soon becoming privileged partner of the main international tour operators.

 

Today, Marco Polo motorboats is a modern and efficient company that boasts a cutting edge fleet both as motorboats and technology, with crew members highly skilled and with proven ten-year experience. The non scheduled public transport service offers and exclusive touristic service of links for the city of Venezia and the islands of the Lagoon (Murano – Burano and Torcello)