Venice is well known for its mild climate in spring and fall months and high temperatures in the summer season. Before every voyage our captains follow the weather forecasts given by the maritime authorities. We ask all passengers to give us mobile phone numbers so we can inform them of any changes due to weather conditions.

Average temperatures in Venice and statistical data for the Venetian lagoon (from 2013):

 

lowest air temperatures
(C) 

highest air temperatures
(C) 

average sea temperature in the lagoon 
(C) 

number of rainy days

rainfall
(mm) 

average hours of sunshine
(per day) 

January

 6

 -1

 11

 10

 58

 3

February

 8

 1

 10

 9

 54

 4

March

 12

 4

 11

 11

 57

 5

April 

 16

 8

 13

 12

 65

 6

May

 21

 12

 18

 13

 69

 7

June

 25

 16

 22

 12

 76

 8

July

 28

 8

 25

 10

 63

 9

August 

 27

 17

 26

 10

 83

 8

September 

 24

 14

 23

 9

 66

 7

October 

 18

 9

 20

 10

 69

 5

November 

 12

 4

 16

 11

 87

 3

December 

 7

 0

 13

 10

 54

 3

Floods in Venice are present mainly between October and April as short term phenomenon and during these periods we suggest to stay away from the square. As the square is rarely flooded for more than 1-3 hours, one can visit the Rialto bridge and come back to St. Marks square when the water is below the flooding level.