The mooring field in Naples is fairly new and lies just off the Naples City Pier in Naples Bay.
Had a great time in Naples! They have a limit to 4 nights for the mooring balls (something to do with the EPA owning the bay bottom, kind of a strange story if you ask me) but we got to spend 8 nights total on the Naples mooring balls. (Left for one night in between and got another 4 nights.)
**CAUTION** The mooring balls DO NOT have a regular pennant on them. (Itâ€™s a rope loop that is about 5 inches long attached to the ball). You will not be able to pick it up with a boat hook and the dockmasterâ€™s office for some reason does not inform you of this. When we are aboard when other boats have come in we have used our dinghy to help them.
When we went back the second time one of us got in the dinghy when we were close and slowed way down so that we could â€œwalkâ€ with the dinghy forward, grab the line we had attached to the cleat, string it through the mooring pennant and then back aboard. Fairly simple if you know about it ahead of time.
Naples is a great town to visit. There are a number of great restaurants within walking distance of the docks. (Bleu Provence is a stoneâ€™s throw away and has a great early dining special, $24.95 between 5-6pm for an appetizer, entree, and glass of wine. The food is first class, you wonâ€™t be disappointed.) Definitely can recommend Naples as a cruising destination, Enjoy!