Motonave “Agone”

Data sheet

Operational lake:

Lake Garda

Total seats




of which indoor:


Standing places:


Built by Cartubi Company of Trieste at the shipyard in Peschiera del Garda, and inaugurated on July 17, 2023.

“Agone” is a marvel of advanced technology: it is equipped with a hybrid propulsion system, which enables it to carry out berthing maneuvers, passenger embarkation/disembarkation operations, and departure maneuvers from the pier in full-electric mode, thereby avoiding the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere and reducing noise. The hull has been designed to minimize wave generation, and a comprehensive study of onboard comfort has allowed for the minimization of vibration and noise effects. It also features racks at the bow where up to 12 bicycles can be loaded and specific outlets for e-bike charging.

“Agone” is part of an initiative by the Government Lakes Management to promote integrated and sustainable mobility.

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The fleet of Gestione Governativa Navigazione Laghi, when not used in the scheduled public service, is available for any transfer or private rental services; on board it is possible to organize events, congresses or ceremonies, agreeing upon the travel itinerary as well as the type of set-up or requested service.

We invite you to fill in the following form to get more info about boat rental services, the prices of which vary according to many factors including the itinerary, the duration of the trip, the requested time slot and the type of ship used.

On Lake Garda, the boats in service have in fact a capacity that varies from 85 up to 1000 passengers and a price starting from 1745 € + 10% VAT, taking as an example the use of a ship like the ones of the category S. Martino and Mantova, available for 4 hours of navigation.

For info on the scheduled public service (excursions, cruises, fares, groups…) the Customer Service is available, reachable at the telephone number 800-551801 or +39 030 9149511 as well as at the email address

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