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Port Camille Rayon - Golfe Juan

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Port Camille Rayon in Golfe Juan is a very popular marina of the Côte d’Azur, lying in the Eastern part of the famous Bay of Cannes. The marina is just a short 10 – 15 minute drive along the coast away from the Croisette of Cannes. It is adjacent to the Golfe Juan marina, to the West of the “Quai d’Honneur” or “Quai Napoléon”, which is a public marina and accommodates smaller boats.
Golfe Juan is a French locality which does not have the administrative status of a town. It is part of Vallauris, which some consider a suburb of Cannes. This part of the Côte d’Azur is very residential. Many yacht owners have a villa in the surrounding upper hills making Port Camille Rayon the ideal location to moor permanently. Just East of Golfe Juan is Juan-les-Pins on the Cap d’Antibes, famous for its beautiful villas.
Port Camille Rayon has berths for up to 833 boats on fixed or floating quays with dimensions going from 6 meters to 75 meters length overall. The depth varies in the port from 5 meters to 2 meters.
Mooring your yacht (or boat) in Port Camille Rayon allows you to cruise to lovely destinations within an hour, such as Cannes of course, but also the Lérins Islands (îles de Lérins), a group of 4 islands, of which the main two are Sainte Marguerite, open to the public and past home of the Man in the Iron Mask, and the smaller Saint Honorat, which has been a monastery since the 19th century and welcomes a few visitors at specific times of the year (so please avoid topless sunbathing and making noise whilst anchoring close to that particular island!).
Golfe Juan is also famous for being the site where Napoleon chose to land on 28th February 1815 to reconquer France. Some of the local shops and monuments are there to remind you this important fact for French history.
As its name indicates it, the marina was built by Camille Rayon, famous Resistance hero during World War II, helping the allies by coordinating local efforts to disrupt operations along the Southern Coast of France. After the war, Camille ran a restaurant in nearby Antibes and then had a vision of the South of France nowadays, with more marinas. Being close to De Gaulle and the authorities, he played a major role in building facilities for larger vessels in the 1960s and 1970s. He is probably the man who can claim to have built more berths and moorings than anyone else, with over 74 marinas, including some of the largest port facilities destined to the mega yachts in Antibes’s Port Vauban (IYCA or “Quai des milliardaires”/Billionaires’ Quay).

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 Town : Golfe Juan - Cannes
 Marina : Port Camille Rayon - Golfe Juan
 Dimensions : 12m x 4,50m
 End of concession : July 2024
 Price : EUR 69,000

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