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  • Our directory of 76 vaporetto and airport-boat stations has aerial images, route numbers, and more.

Fondamente Nove ACTV station

ABOVE: A sailor on an ACTV public water bus handles mooring lines at the Fondamente Nove station.

This directory has pages for 76 ACTV and Alilaguna waterbus stations in Venice and the Venetian Lagoon. On each page, you'll find a satellite map, one or more photos, and other station details.

Please note:

  • Waterbus stations come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small single-platform stations without ticket machines to large stations with ticket counters, turnstiles, waiting rooms, and vending machines that sell tickets and Tourist Travel Cards. See Types of Venice Waterbus Stations for examples of the two basic categories.

  • If you don't have a valid ticket or tourist travel card before boarding an ACTV water bus and are unable to obtain one at the station, read these instructions to avoid embarrassment and a large fine.

  • In stations with multiple platforms or pontili, the ticket booth or ticket machine (if available) is often located at only one of the platforms.

  • We've omitted a few out-of-the-way commuter stops (such as Caroman, south of Pellestrina) that are of little interest to visitors and aren't included on ACTV's official route map.

For more information about Venice public transportation (including routes, fares, and tourist passes), go to the "Related articles" menu at the bottom of this page or view our Venice transportation index.


Basic information
Introduction to ACTV & Alilaguna Boat Stops
Types of Venice waterbus stations
What to do if you don't have a ticket

Venice's historic center
Accademia
Arsenale
Bacini
Ca' d'Oro
Ca' Rezzonico
Celestia
Crea
Ferrovia
Fondamente Nove (F.te Nove)
Giardini & Giardini Biennale
Giglio
Guglie
Orto
Ospedale
Piazzale Roma (P.le Roma)
Rialto
Rialto Mercato
Riva de Biasio
Salute
S. Alvise
S. Angelo
S. Basilio
S. Elena
S. Marco Giardinetti
S. Marco Vallaresso
S. Marcuola/S. Marcuola Casinò
S. Marta
S. Pietro
S. Samuele
S. Silvestro
S. Stae
S. Toma
S. Zaccaria
Spirito Santo
Stazione Marittima
Tre Archi
Tronchetto (Car Park)
Tronchetto (Ferryboat)
Tronchetto (Mercato)
Zattere

San Giorgio Maggiore & Giudecca
S. Giorgio
Molino Stucky
Palanca
Redentore
Sacca Fisola
Zitelle


Lido
Lido Casinò
Lido S. Maria Elisabetta (Lido S.M.E.)
Lido S. Nicolò
Lido S. Nicolò (Ferryboat)

Murano & San Michele
Cimitero (San Michele)
Colonna
Da Mula
Faro
Museo
Navagero
Serenella
Venier

Burano, Mazzorbo, & Torcello
Burano
Mazzorbo
Torcello

Certosa, Lazzaretto Nuovo, S. Erasmo, & Vignole
Certosa
Lazzaretto Nuovo
S. Erasmo: Capannone
S. Erasmo: Chiesa
S. Erasmo: Forte Massimiliano
S. Erasmo: Punta Vela
Vignole

Other islands & Venetian Lagoon
Aeroporto Marco Polo
Chioggia
Fusina
Pellestrina (Cimitero)
Punta Sabbioni
S. Lazzaro
S. Servolo
Treporti

Also see:
Introduction to ACTV & Alilaguna boat stops
Types of Venice waterbus stations
What to do if you don't have a ticket

Related articles:
Venice water buses (what you need to know)
Vaporetto routes
Vaporetto fares
ACTV ticket machines
ACTV Tourist Travel Cards (unlimited travel for 24 hours to 7 days)
ACTV maps and timetables
Alilaguna airport boats
More Venice transportation articles