MARINAS

Carribean & Bahamas

Grand Bahama Yacht Club

Town : Freeport

Grand Bahama Yacht Club is designated as the only 5* Marina in the Bahamas. The development is spread over 70 acres with over 400 marina berths and 300 luxury homes from waterfront town houses to magnificent estates. The Monarch Golf Residences, a luxurious spa, fitness centre, private beach club are all for the exclusive use of the Bahama Yacht Club Members.

Freeport is a city, district and free trade zone located on the island of Gran Bahama of the North-west Bahamas. In 1955, Wallace Groves, a Virginian financier with lumber interests in Grand Bahama, was granted 50,000 acres (or 202 km2) of pineyard with substantial areas of swamp and scrubland by the Bahamian government with a mandate to economically develop the area. Freeport has grown to become the second most populous city in the Bahamas.The main airport serving the city is the Gran Bahama International Airport. The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) operates the free trade zone, under the Hawksbill Creek Agreement signed in August 1955 whereby the Bahamian Government agreed that businesses in the Freeport area will pay no taxes before 2054. The area of the land grants has been increased to 138,000 acres (or 526 km2).


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Port Louis

Town : St Georges - Grenada

Port Louis Marina, completed and operated to the highest International standards by Camper and Nicholsons Marinas.  This spectacular maritime village is located in it's own natural lagoon - the calmest in Grenada and only a short ride by tender from the historic town of St Georges.  In addition, luxury villas and penthouses will over look the Marina and offer stunning views of the Caribbean sea - even more reasons for the yachting fraternity to make their base in Grenada!

- 390 berths from 10-90m
- 24 hour security
- Outright purchase of a 30 year licence
- Restaurants, bars and Duty Free shopping within the Marina
- Considered outside the hurricane belt hence perfect year round cruising
- Finance facilities


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Corsica / Corse

Port de Cavallo

Town : Corsica

The Island of Cavallo ("Cavaddu" in Corsican) is a small inhabited island at the North of the Lavezzi islands, just East of Bonifacio (South of Corsica).
In the 1970s luxurious villas, a runway and a private harbour were built on the Southern part of the island.


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Port Valinco (Portu Valincu)

Town : Propriano

Port Valinco (or Portu Valincu in Corsican) is the secluded charming harbour of picturesque Propriano which lies in the heart of the Gulf of Valinco, along the South-Western coastline of Corsica. There has always been a fishing harbour in Propriano, though the quaint houses and oldest parts of the harbour you see today are in fact only a century old. For centuries this, relatively secluded region of Corsica was regularly raided by pirates and invaders.
Throughout the years, the fishing activities have gradually shrunk, allowing the port to develop and attract tourism. Porto Valinco is now primarily a leisure porto destined to boats and yachts. There is also a pier dedicated to ferries which bring holiday makers to the area.
Porto Valinco has 380 berths, of which the vast majority (200) are public moorings. It is possible to moor a yacht up to 32 m LOA, all year around.


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Grenada / Caribbean

Port Louis Yacht Club

Town : Saint George

Port Louis Marina, completed and operated to the highest International standards by Camper and Nicholsons Marinas.  This spectacular maritime village is located in it's own natural lagoon - the calmest in Grenada and only a short ride by tender from the historic town of St Georges.  In addition, luxury villas and penthouses will over look the Marina and offer stunning views of the Caribbean sea - even more reasons for the yachting fraternity to make their base in Grenada.


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Italy / Italia

Marina Cala De Medici - Tuscany

Town : Rosignano Marittimo - Tuscany

Marina Cala de Medici is located in the town of Rosignano Marittimo in Tuscany that is just 40 km south from Pisa Airport. The Marina has in total 650 berths from 6 meter up to 36 meter. The lease in the Marina is until 2050.
Marina Cala de Medici is only 49 nautical miles from Corsica, 35 nautical miles from Elba, 32 nautical miles from Capraia island and 135 nautical miles from Sardinia.

  • 24h/24 assistance to mooring (listening station on chn. VHF 9)
  • Water and power supply at the quay,
    Toilet facilities and showers,
    Mechanical, electronic and sail shops
  • Fuel station
  • Shipyard with 100 t travel lift
  • Wifi connection

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Marina d'Arechi - Amalfi Coast

Town : Salerno - Amalfi Coast

Marina d'Arechi is located at the east end of the the town of Salerno, in one of the most charming and beautiful part of the South of Italy, just few miles from the Amalfi Coast, Positano, the Isle of Capri and Ischia. The international airport of Naples is just 60km away. Marina d'Arechi is one of the largest Mediterranean Marinas and can Welcome 1000 Yachts from 10 meter up to 100 meter within a 340,000 sq. meters protected water basin. Berths can be purchased with a 38 years lease! Matina d'Arechi is the perfect balance between Nature, Sea and Italian Way of life.


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Marina degli Aregai - close to Sanremo

Town : Santo Stefano al mare -

Marina degli Aregai has become a real reference point of the Italian yachting and pleasure boating. Since its opening in 1992, it has offered a huge range of high quality facilities.
The quay can host 980 boats between 6 and 40 meters.
It has got 25 business activities (among which five nautical agencies, a bar, three restaurants, a fully equipped beach).
The residential offer consists of a single complex including four buildings for a total of 200 flats.
The quay is complemented by a rich commercial centre with a wide range of shops (boutiques and food stores). There is a residence with an equipped bathing establishment and a thalassotherapy centre. A shipyard itself is a museum area devoted to the history of pleasure boating.
Santo Stefano al Mare is the comune in the Province of Imperia, located about 100 km southwest of Genoa and about 9 km southwest of Imperia and it had a population of 2,260 and a picturesque town not far away from the Marina.
 Aregai Marina is only 22 miles from Monaco and the Côte d'Azur.


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Marina di Cala del Forte - Ventimiglia

Town : Ventimiglia - Cote d'Azur border

Cala del Forte will be one of the most modern and best equipped marinas in the Mediterranean where the dock will offer an opportunity to discover a whole world at your disposal

Cala del Forte, the marina of Ventimiglia, will have a water surface of 65,000 square meters, will be divided into seven piers. Will also have ​​about 500 parking spaces.

There will be shops, restaurants, bars, nautical agencies, boutiques, souvenir, hairdresser, beauty salon, a newspaper stand as soon as the works finish.

The realization of Cala del Forte will lead to a redefinition of public spaces: more roads, creation and rehabilitation of green areas (12,000 square meters), construction of pedestrian walks and beach facilities.

Cala del Forte will be one of the most modern and best equipped marinas in the Mediterranean where the dock will offer an opportunity to discover a whole world at your disposal.


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Marina di Loano

Town : Loano - Liguria

Marina di Loano, a marina facility owned by Gruppo Unipol, enjoys its central location in Western Liguria and is easily accessible by sea and by land. Genoa airport is 73 km away (45 minutes), Nice is a 75-minute drive (135 km), and Albenga airport just 24 km (27 minutes). Furthemore, an occasional helipad is now operational at Marina di Loano. Marina di Loano can accommodate 855 yachts from up to 77 metres in length with a draft between 3.5 and 5 metres. Inaugurated in April 2014, the new dock dedicated to Superyachts can accommodate up to seven Superyachts measuring 55 to 77 meters. Marina surveillance and mooring assistance are guaranteed 24/7.

  • Wi-Fi internet service system guarantees free internet access for guests throughout the Marina.
  • Shipyard - Cantieri Amico, equipped with the latest technology for mega yachts!
  • Yacht Club Marina di Loano
  • Marina Beach

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Marina di Rimini - Adriatic coast

Town : Rimini

Marina di Rimini is already considered by the experts one of the most beautiful and avant-garde tourist harbours in the entire Mediterranean. With its 622 berths and a mirror of water of over 100,000 sq.m., Marina di Rimini is the new jewel of the Adriatic coast.
Just beside the Marina there is also the shipyard with a large storage area and with a travel-lift of 100 tons capacity for the towage and launching operations of the boats. Naturally, all the necessary integral services are available for the reparation of the hulls, the sails and the electronic equipment.
Marina di Rimini is realized with the most innovative building techniques and has modern and functional equipments. Its basin has a system of forced recycle of waters, the dock is encircled by barriers that neutralize the most light waves.
The shipowners are supplied with an electronic card to insert in the computer for wireless connection to internet. Fascinating and romantic the overhead walkway 1300 meters long surrounding the whole harbour. The bar and the restaurant with its panoramic terrace and view of the sea offers tasty snacks, appetizers and fish menù. Within the docks of Marina di Rimini there are moored numerous luxurious yachts and sailing boats of all types and dimensions. 
Since its opening (31 May 2002) Marina di Rimini has acquired its natural capacity of container for shows and sail regattas. The lease is until 2049. Only 70 nautical miles from Croatia


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Marina di San Lorenzo - close to Sanremo

Town : Santo Stefano al Mare

Marina di San Lorenzo is the new port, located in the municipality of San Lorenzo al Mare, a few kilometers from Sanremo, which works at sea were inaugurated in March 2008. It can accommodate 365 berths ranging in size from 6 to 20 meters, arranged on seven piers and quay space, and assisted with efficient structures to the ground. The grant is up to 2053. San Lorenzo is located less than 20 miles from Monaco and the French Riviera.


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Marina di San Vincenzo - Livorno - Tuscany

Town : Livorno

The Marina of San Vincenzo is the new tourist harbor of the town of San Vincenzo in the province of Livorno. Located in a strategic position in Tuscany, just 120 km from Florence and just 70 Km away from Pisa International Airport.

The new marina is composed of 8 floating docks and a dock for larger vessels. The port is designed for boats from 7 to 27 meters, with depths from 4.5 to 3 meters. A yard with Travel Lift 80 tons, distributor, service divers, etc..


San Vincenzo for its location (Lat 43 ° 05 '856'' N, Long 010 ° 32' 076'' E) is ideal for those who want to make a base for the archipelago Tuscan islands or to go to Corsica Macinaggio which is only 49 miles to West route.

The port offers these services:

• monitoring and closed circuit video surveillance 24/24h
• control tower for the supervision of maritime traffic and issue of marine weather news
• refueling pump suction sewage and bilge water
• on each pier columns are installed electricity suppliers of 220 V, and 380 V for vessels of greater dimensions, and drinking water
• mooring assistance
• shipyard
• reserved covered parking for each berth

 

 


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Marina di Scarlino - Tuscany

Town : Scarlino - close to Elba Island

Marina di Scarlino is located in the Tuscan Maremma, just 1 hour drive from Pisa Airport, overlooking Elba Island and the Tuscan archipelago. Renowned for the their natural beauty and sailing opportunities, is placed in one of the most sheltered bays in northern Tyrrhenian Sea. Marina di Scarlino holds 960 berths from 6 meters up to 36 meters, with depths from 2 to 4,5 meters. The berths have a concession until 2048.
The Marina also offers 267 parking spaces and 160 storage rooms located along the main quays.  Marina di Scarlino offers 33 commercial shops including a beauty spa, supermarket, pharmacy, ship chandlery and clothing boutiques.
Around the main square, guests and owners will find a selection of restaurants, pizzerias, bars, and a wine bar featuring local gastronomic products.
The marina is just 2 hours drive from Rome airport and 10 nautical miles from Elba Island. In the marina there are also 20 apartments for sale with the concession overlooking Elba Island.

Marina di Scarlino is a scene so magnificent and so impressive that it is worth all the journey just to have a look at it.


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Marina Genova Aeroporto

Town : Genoa

Marina Genova Aeroporto has over 600 berths from 8.5m to 130m in length, with a lease expiring in 2052.

Situated just 20nm from Portofino and 75nm from Monaco, the marina offers "White Glove" concierge services for Owners, their guests, Captain and crew. 

The marina is 5km from the city centre of Genoa and 5 minutes from the airport.

There are an array of shops, restaurants, gym facilities and a boutique hotel in the marina.


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Porto di Chiavari - Bay of Portofino

Town : Chiavari

Calata Ovest, the ideal location, just 30 minutes from Genoa international airport. Calata Ovest is in Chiavari, in the Tigullio bay only few nautical miles from Portofino, Santa Margherita and Rapallo.
Calata Ovest will have in total 150 berths from 8 meter up to 24 meter.

The concession is until June 2051.
  
A smart, familiar port of call and lounge for the
shipowner.

Chiavari, the ideal location,
a few steps from the life of a town offering rich tourist
opportunities, shopping facilities, infrastructures, historical
traditions and a fascinating hinterland.
Awarded with a blue ribbon for the quality of the beaches and
the harbour since 1987.


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Porto di Imperia

Town : Imperia

Porto di  Imperia is just 27nm from Monaco on the Ligurian coastline of Italy. There are over 1,000 berths from 8m to 90m in length and the historic town and beach are just a short walk away.


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Porto di Roma Ostia

Town : Rome

The origins of the port are from 42 A.D. built an entirely new harbor at Ostia by The Emperor Claudius, later enlarged by Trajan in 113 AD and called Portus Romae for more than five centuries.

Today, this situation has changed and finally the Port of Rome is a reality to be enjoyed. Rebuilt close to the ancient site, refers to the original structure, which makes the new building suggestively "imperial", but the Port of Rome of today is not designed to handle trades or military campaigns, but is designed for the benefit of the lovers of pleasure and of tourists from around the world. 

In addition, the port area is surrounded by a protected area, managed by the LIPU "Italian League for the Protection of Birds" enriching the area, contributing to environmental protection. 

With the Port of Rome, after 2000 years, the city of Rome reappeared on the sea as its size imposes.

Rome is in visible yacht business expansion and once the extension gets done, together with the Fiumicino marina ( Porto della Concordia) only it will be one of the largest marine in the med, attracting many international events.


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Porto Lotti - La Spezia

Town : La Spezia

Porto Lotti is located in the Gulf of La Spezia, which is in front of Portovenere and the Palmaria Island, a few miles from the enchanting Gulf of Poets. The port is on the East side of the La Spezia Gulf, and is protected by a two-arm outer breakwater and by an inner breakwater There are placed several piers in the water that host prestigious yachts and superyachts. All berths are equipped with electricity and water connection. The port can 'accommodate boats up to 80 meters in length.


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Porto Mirabello - La Spezia

Town : La Spezia - Porto Mirabello

Porto Mirabello is located in La Spezia, just 3.5nm from the enchanting Porto Venere. With berths up to 100m plus there is an array of shops, restaurants and bars in the Port as well as a swimming pool and a foot bridge connecting the local town of La Spezia.

The Port opened in 2010 and has the added benefits of a lease until 2067, concierge services and a 160T travel lift at the shipyard.

Forte dei Marmi is just 18nm away, Monaco 98nm and Portofino just 33nm.


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Porto San Rocco - Trieste

Town : Trieste

Porto San Rocco in association with one of the worlds leading marina operators, Camper and Nicholsons Marinas, is situated in Muggia, Italy near Trieste, just a few kilometres from the Slovenian border and only 158km from Venice. The seaside village right next door to Porto San Rocco is a pedestrian area with 2 underground garages. Mulitihull berths available as well.


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Portosole - Sanremo

Town : Sanremo

Portosole in Sanremo is a popular marina with berths up to 90m in length. Sanremo is just 12nm from the Cote d’Azur and Monaco and you can walk into the historic town from the Port. Sanremo has a popular market twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

 


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Mallorca

Alcudiamar

Town : Alcudia

Alcudia lies in the north of Mallorca some 54km from Palma.  It is a very friendly, family resort with glorious beaches, fine accommodation and a good selection of bars and restaurants.

There are plenty of reasons why a traveller will admire and be surprised by the peaceful appearance, the harmony and beauty of Alcudia Bay.

The two capes that border the Alcudia Bay: Cap de Pinar and Cap Ferrutx have a wide range of possibilities and resources that make this port extremely attractive.


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Calanova Port

Town : Palma de Mallorca

Port Olimpic was opened in August 1976. The marina is located near the city of Palma de Mallorca, between the beaches of Cala Mayor and Illetas. Unbeatable natural setting in the Bay of Palma, exclusive facilities and a team of high qualified professionals always committed to make your sea experience unique.The Port is located 10 minutes from Palma City Centre. The berths leases are from 20 years to 25 years !


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Club de Mar

Town : Palma de Mallorca

It's located in the Western Mediterranean (Latitude: 39º 33' 3 North and Longitude: 2º 37' 8º East), near the Port of the City of Palma, barely 10 minutes away from Palma de Mallorca’s International Airport, which makes the Club easily accessible from anywhere in the world.
Club de Mar - Mallorca has distinguished itself by being one of the pioneer clubs in providing services to large yachts.  Our port has a large capacity and a long tradition in providing berths to mega yachts. From small boats to currently built mega yachts, the Club can accommodate them all.   Its  575 moorings ranging from 8 to 135 meters in length, and its Waiting Dock  harbouring ships of up to 350 meters,  make Club de Mar - Mallorca a unique marina.
Thinking of you and your comfort, Club de Mar-Mallorca has a complete shopping and service area with boutiques, restaurants, chandlery and a mechanics workshop.
In our Social Club you will find Meeting Rooms, a Games’ Room, several bars, and a swimming pool.  We also have a children’s club, etc., and everything you could need to make your stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible.  
Club de Mar - Mallorca provides a wide range of top-class nautical services: we are pleased to make our professional experience available to you.
 

 


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Port Adriano

Town : Palma de Mallorca

Port Adriano is situated in the SW bay of Palma. It offers exceptional conditions for all nautical activites and is an excellent starting point from which to explore the most beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean.  It is located close to 6 of the best golf courses on the Island and with it's close proximity to Palma, the capital, it is an exciting home port for all crew.  Already able to accomodate 404 yachts from 6 - 18m the new extension by Philippe Starck,one of the most internationally prestigious designers, will allow Port Adriano to berth yachts of up to 60m and is due for completion mid 2010.  Designer boutiques, gastronomic restaurants and a wide range of nautical services will make Port Adriano a unique setting.

Port Adriano is a beautiful port in the area of El Toro which is a zone in the municipality of Calvià on the island of Majorca and it makes part of the Spanish autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is located in an area known as Ses Penyes Rotges. El Toro is adjacent to the Santa Ponsa Golf II, to the north, the urbanized Nova Santa Ponsa on the west, the Son Ferrer to the east. Paseo Calviá, a promenade of the municipality, passes through El Toro. El Toro is a seaside community, next to a cliff. Many of the houses are built to the edge of the cliff. The main beach is Racó de sa Fragata. There are also two smaller beaches, one of which is only accessible by boat or by swimming. The population is approximately 2,321 inhabitants.
 

 


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Port Cala d'Or

Town : Cala d'Or

 Cala d'Or is a holiday place on the east coast of Majorca that consits of the areas: Cala Egos and Cala Ferrera, It offers many small, fine sandy beaches including Cala Gran, Cala d'Or, Cala Egos, Cala Es Forti, Cala Serena and Cala Esmeralda. There is a mini 'road train' that runs for holidaymakers between different parts of the resort and the beaches. The town centre is very lively in the summer months. It offers a variety of shops, bars, and restaurants and a wide selection of international cuisine. Also popular is the marina area which welcomes exclusive yachts and chartered boats throughout the year, offering some of the best protection from storms in the whole of Majorca.   

The majority of buildings in Cala d'Or are painted in traditional Mediterranean white. Cala d'Or is approximately 45 minutes from Palma airport but suffers very little from through traffic. The nearest major town to Cala d'Or is Santanyi which lies further inland. The resorts of Cala D'or and Cala Egos are in the municipality of Santanyi in the south east of Majorca and these resorts are very popular with families or couples from all over Europe.

Cala D'or was one of the first major tourist resorts in Mallorca. The buildings were themed on Ibiza, small pretty white-washed villas, apartments and houses and even the hotels had to stick rigidly with this theme.
 Over the years this area has grown in size but has suffered since the 'credit crisis' due to a fall in demand for holidays. Many of the hotels in Cala D'Or & Cala Egos offer all-inclusive holidays but there are still apartment holidays and private apartments & villas for rent if self-catering is a choice for you.  
      


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Puerto Portals

Town : Palma de Mallorca

Puerto Portals is one of the most beautiful and popular marinas on the Costa de Calvia. It’s opened in July 1986 and has since been awarded with the EU Blue Flag for Marinas and Harbours. Here you can enjoy a drink or a meal in one of the chic restaurants and bars or stroll along the shore covered terraces and admire the extensive boutiques and atmosphere of a mini St Tropez.

 


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Real Club Nautico de Palma

Town : Palma De Mallorca

The Real Club Nautico Yacht Club is situated at the heart of the Bay of Palma, in the SW of Mallorca and it's perfectly protected from the winds and storms, it offers its visitors exemplary safety. 10 km by motorway from the Son Sant Joan international airport, 3 km from the Port of Palma, and situated in the middle of the Paseo Marítimo, the Club has pedestrian access to the centre of the City and immediate connection  to taxis, buses, trains, car rental companies, shops, cinemas, theatres, ships chandlers, bars, restaurants, discos, etc. The Club is thus an ideal maritime venue for maritime connections with neighbouring islands and the most important ports of the Balearic.
 


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Malta

Grand Harbour Marina

Town : Valetta

Grand Harbour Marina, incorporating the highest standards of Camper and Nicholsons, is one of the most prestigious Super Yacht Marinas in the Mediterranean.  Lying virtually in the centre of the Mediterranean, Grand Harbour is only about 2 days sailing from the principle yachting centres of the South of France, the Balearics, Croatia, the Greek Islands and Turkey.  The population of Malta, with English widely spoken, is in excess of 400,000 and Malta has a superb coastline of over 200km. 

The Marina is located in Vittoriosa in the three cities area and is probably one of the most amazing marinas in terms of setting and location.

The ambience at Grand Harbour Marina is sophisticated yet warm, whilst the service provided by the berthing masters is professional and pleasant.


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Montenegro / Montenegro

Porto Montenegro

Town : Tivat

Porto Montenegro is a world-class marina situated in the UNESCO-protected World Heritage Bay of Kotor. It is currently offering a limited supply of 15 and 30 year leases for boats between 12 - 150m LOA and was recently awarded the prestigious Blue Flag for sustainable environmental excellence and the Five Gold Anchor Award, the highest accolade for operational and service standards.

Porto Montenegro's many services and benefits include tax and duty-free fuel for private and commercial vessels, reduced VAT, onsite customs and immigration, 24/7 Yacht Assist, provisioning, bonded warehouse, WiFi, crew club and more. The marina recently announced a planned increase in marina capacity from 185 to 370 berths by the 2013/14 season, with nearly a third of those reserved for yachts over 45m. Subsequent expansion will take marina capacity to over 600, making it the largest superyacht homeport in the Mediterranean. A planned refit and maintenance facility in partnership with Adriatic Shipyard Bijela will also be operational by 2014. 

Porto Montenegro offers an intimate collection of waterfront and village promenade homes, along with a lively nautical village that includes restaurants, cafes, shops, wood-oven pizzeria, day spa, hair salon, bakery and more.  Outdoor activites in the area include water skiing, sailing and cruising in the summer, and off-piste skiing during the winter in the nearby mountains. Porto Montenegro has three nearby international airports, with the closest, Tivat, only 7km away, while Dubrovnik is 46km away and Podgorica 90km away. All have facilities for commercial and private jets.

 

Additional amenities in the marina include: 

  • The Lido Mar is an Olympic-sized 50m infinity pool designed by world-renowned architect, Richard Hywel Evans, with waterside lounge, cabanas, restaurant and live DJs. Set above the Adriatic, it provides a visually stunning area from which to relax and enjoy spectacular sunset views.
  • The Porto Montenegro Yacht Club organises yearly regattas, rowing competitions and yachting events with scuba diving, kite surfing, jet skiing easily available.
  • The Porto Montenegro Sports Club provides first-class facilities including fitness classes, cardio-vascular and weight training areas and racquet sports.
  • White-water rafting, bungee jumping, mountain biking and hiking are popular activities in the Tara Canyon, the largest canyon in Europe, with nearby ski resorts Zlabjak and Kolasin offering downhill and cross-country skiing.
  • An international school operated by the Knightsbridge School of London provides first-class education and summer camp programs to Porto Montenegro’s growing international community. 

Previously a historic naval base, Porto Montenegro’s transformation into luxury yacht marina is being led by a team of investors comprised of some of the world’s most respected business figures. Headed by Peter Munk, founder and chairman of Barrick Gold, the world’s largest gold mining corporation, many of Porto Montenegro’s investors are yachtsmen themselves and bring an extensive array of capital, expertise and contacts to the project. The investor team includes Lord Jacob and Nathaniel Rothschild of the United Kingdom and Bernard Arnault, founder of luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessey (LVMH). Along with a maximum 9% income and capital gains tax rate, Porto Montenegro’s residences and berths represent one of the most exciting and potentially rewarding investment opportunities available today.


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Sardinia / Sardegna

Marina di Portisco

Town : Portisco

This modern equipped private marina is situated at the entrance to the sheltered fjord of Cugnana with 300 berths. The marina offers, shops, laundry and a super market.


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Marina Porto Cervo

Town : Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo is an Italian seaside locality in the North of Sardinia, placed on a cape created from the bay of the gulf of Arzachena. The village itself was designed by the famous Architect, Luigi Vietti.

Porto Cervo is the true centre of the Costa Smeralda, with its centre of the marina is the village, where there are shops, a newsagent, and a supermarket. Close by is the exclusive Yacht Club Costa Smeralda. It is also the location of Hotel Cala di Volpe, which is featured in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.

This small picturesque village was settled in 1962 for wanting of prince Karim Aga Khan who remained fascinated from the beauty of these coasts, he bought these lands and constructed the first hotel.

In Porto Cervo's village, there is the "Vecchio Porto" that was built in the 60’s and is still working with boats and sailers and the much most recent one is the tourist port, which is very equipped and it has a capability of 700 places.  In this place you can admire the best boats of all Mediterranean Sea.

Porto Cervo Marina is one of the Mediterranean's best equipped ports. It consists of the East Dock, also known as the Old Port, which is part of the village of Porto Cervo, and the New Marina with its modern poontons at the Marina Village. The end of the marina holds a shipyard capable of repairing large luxury yachts.
It offers a total of 700 berths for craft of between one and six metres, 100 of wich are boats in transit. All berths have water and electricity supplies.

The new Marina's highly efficient and skilled services:

- 700 berths for craft of between one and six metres, 100 of wich are boats in transit

- water and electricity supplies

- Fuelling depot (national fuel and lubricating oils) at Town Quay.
Open every day from: 8.30 am to 1.00 pm and from 2.30 pm to 7.00 pm

- Daily collect and return service of laundry

- Cantieri Porto Cervo boatyard which, as it is open all year round, ius the ideal choise for repairs and maintenance work on sailing and motoryachts of up to 45 metres.

- The service is included in mooring fees . Each berth is equipped with the appropriate bin.

- Shipchandler: 
"Nautica La Marina", "Marineria Italiana" e "Cervomare" at the Marina Village

- Supermarkets in the marina Village, in the Porto Cervo village, offer on delivery services. Catering, food and beverage services on request.

- ice can be bought from the vending machines at the Marina and transit quay

- WC/Showers open 24h with staff


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Portus Karalis- Cagliari- Sardinia

Town : Cagliari

Portus Karalis is an ideal “Home Port” with regular year round flights to most
European cities, ideal mild winter climate and over 250,000 residents of Cagliari, the «greenest» Italian city thanks to its low level of smog, several parks and unspoilt landscape, surrounded by golden sand beaches with
transparent blue sea for diving and discovering the beauties of the coast.
The city of Cagliari offers many services: shopping facilities, infrastructures,
historical traditions, night clubs and delicious restaurants with a local Sardinian
cuisine.
A smart and familiar marina for boat owners! Portus Karalis is an extension of the old port of Cagliari that has retained its authenticity and its charm.
 


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South of France

Port of Saint Raphael

Town : Saint Raphael (10 nm St Tropez,20 nm Cannes)

17 berths from 25 m – 45 m with 15,20 and 25 year lease are currently scheduled for delivery in May 2014 and set to be a welcome addition to the Côte d'Azur.Located in the center of Saint Raphael, the Old Port has retained its authenticity and its charm.Dominated by its church visible from the sea the Old Port has a rich fishing heritage and daily fish market. Saint Raphael itself is a large seafront resort town with an attractive promenade and a good sandy beach, vibrant during the summer months.

We are offering a unique opportunity to purchase berths from 25 m to 45 m with 15, 20 and 25 m years lease from delivery of the berths.We are launching exceptional purchase prices that no other Marinas can currently match on the Côte d'Azur.The works commenced in March 2012 and will be completed in May 2014. This EUR 30 million investment project includes many other benefits:

-          Among the new facilities to be built on the docks, you will find 170 underground parking spaces, a gourmet brasserie, luxury boutiques, waterfront promenades, a coastguard’s brigade and a quay dedicated to the fisherman with a brand new fish market.

-          All of the town’s shops and services are close at hand; the pedestrian shopping area, the two Golf courses and the refurbished Casino with its panoramic restaurant overlooking the docks.

-          All the services a superyacht owner requires can be provided; lock-up storage units, 24/7 video surveillance and security, sewage water collection and WIFI.

Port de Saint Raphael is located on the Mediterranean French coast, 10 nautical miles from St. Tropez, 14 nautical miles from Cannes and 60 km from Nice Airport.Located in the center of Saint Raphael, there is the Old Port that has retained its authenticity and its charm. Dominated by its church visible from the sea the Old Port has a rich fishing heritage and daily fish market. Saint Raphael itself is large seafront resort town with an attractive promenade and a good sandy beach, vibrant during the summer months. It is known to be one of the wealthiest towns on the Cote d’Azur.

 


 


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Beaulieu Harbour

Town : Beaulieu sur Mer

Beaulieu Sur Mer is an up-market seaside resort on the French Riviera. It is a year-round commercial and residential town in a beautiful setting. Shops, shady tree-lined sidewalks and a Casino, as well as beaches and yacht basins. Serious yachting with a Chantier Naval and other maintenance and support activities.


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Frejus Marina

Town : Frejus (8 nm St Tropez, 22 nm Cannes)

Located half-way between Cannes and St Tropez, Frejus is an ancient city and harbour founded by the Phocean and then later the Romans under Julius Caesar (“Forum Julii” at the time). Of course nowadays, it is difficult to see how Fréjus used to be a large merchant city, after centuries of raids.
The town is very modern, offers a lot of open spaces, and a variety of attractions for holiday makers, located right in what is known as the Massif de l’Estérel. Unlike other parts of the area, visitors will notice the roads in Fréjus look newer and well thought of. This is due to the Malpasset Dam disaster, in 1959, when a dam broke and let the Reyran river sweep part of the town away.
The marina (which is not the antique port) has a total of 710 berths with for yachts up to 30 m LOA and the depth varies from 2 to 3.5 m. An inland extension of the marina is currently under way. When these works are finished there should be more of the smaller sized berths available for visitors.
 


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Mandelieu - La Rague

Town : Mandelieu - Cannes

Port de la Rague is located between Mandelieu and Theoule sur Mer. It is one of the most charming marinas of this coast, famous for its old railway viaduct. To the East lies the beautiful bay of Cannes with Iles de Lerins and to the West you will find the famous red rock coastline of the Mediterranean. A 15min walk from La Napoule, this is a peaceful, modern marina set against the foothills of the Esterel mountain range.


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Marina Baie Des Anges

Town : Villeneuve-Loubet - Nice

Marina Baie des Anges owes its name to its location, right in the middle of the famous Baie des Anges (Bay of Angels) which stretches from Villefrance-sur-Mer to Juan-les-Pins, including coastal towns such as Nice, Cagnes-sur-Mer and of course, Antibes.
Marina Baie des Anges is part of Villeneuve-Loubet but in many ways, it feels like a town of its own. The typical wave or mountain shaped pyramidal buildings close off this marina from the rest of the town and the railway. These buildings also make this marina one of the most conspicuous along this popular Mediterranean coastline. The originality of this typical 1970s holiday apartment complex divided the public opinion at the time and still does today.
The main man behind this amazing marina project is Jean Marchand. The concession for the port was granted in 1970, thus granting marina shareholders the right to use berths until 2020 (for 50 years). All moorings are well sheltered, thanks to the buildings and to the Cap d’Antibes, with the exception of the few smaller berths on the end of the outer Jetty, which can be slightly uncomfortable during winter storms.
There are 474 berths in the marina, the largest one being on a dedicated quay and with the capacity to moor 35 m to 40 m yachts. When mooring in Marina Baie des Anges, most of the supplies and services you need are already onsite, a few paces from your berth. There is a variety of ship chandlers, restaurants, a newsagent, decorators and of course boat brokerages, and estate agents.
The marina also has its own shipyard which is also frequently used by boat manufacturers throughout Europe for launching new boats on the Côte d’Azur, as it has the shipyard is particularly accessible to lorries and trucks.


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Marina du Soleil-Bay of Cannes

Town : Cannes - Mandelieu

Marina du Soleil (or « Sun Marina ») is the first marina project to be introduced in the Bay of Cannes for years. Located in Mandelieu, easily accessible from the motorway and from Mandelieu airport, it offers boat owners a unique opportunity to have a base on the Côte d’Azur, in one of the most sought after destinations on that coast, at highly competitive prices.

Most people who cruise this popular region know the ports of Mandelieu La Napoule and La Rague. However, a little further inland, along the Siagne River are two smaller marinas, Marina Marco Polo and Cannes Marina which are residential complexes and holiday homes for a few privileged boat owners since the 1980s. The area is very green with gardens, luxurious residences and a golf course. The delivery of Marina du Soleil (to be confirmed along the Siagne, will at last allow more boat owners to find a home in this extremely popular cruising destination.

With a 30 year concession starting from the delivery of the marina, this is also a unique investment opportunity for anyone who understands the yacht & berth industry and the need for more berths in the South of France.

Inwards Marine is proud to offer these exceptional berths at very competitive 1st phase release prices to its Clients.

Please contact us for more information on this exciting new project.


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Marines de Cogolin

Town : Cogolin - Bay of St Tropez

Marines de Cogolin lies at the heart of the Gulf of St Tropez, immediately South of the Giscle river estuary and Port Grimaud. It is not to be confused with Port Cogolin, adjacent to the marina but much smaller port, which is further up the Giscle and is home to a few boats up to 15 meters in length overall. Marines de Cogolin is much larger, with more than 1,500 berths, comparable in size to its neighbour, Port Grimaud, and offers a choice of holiday apartments overlooking the harbour. If you are looking to keep your boat or yacht on a berth in the Gulf of St Tropez, you will stand much better chances to find one there than in Port Grimaud, you need to own a property to keep a small boat (the larger berths being run by the public harbour, overwhelmed with demand). Securing a berth in the port of St Tropez itself will be even more challenging, which is why Marines de Cogolin remains a key spot to base a boat or yacht on the Riviera. It is also good place to stop and explore the area with up to 270 visitor berths.
Marines de Cogolin, being also a residential area, has a wide variety of shops, restaurants and services (including the Monaco Marine shipyard) to attend to boat owners’ needs.
Though the marina is huge, there are few berths over 17.5 m in size. There are in fact only 19 berths of 25 and 30 meters (only four 30 meter berths), which represents 1% of all the berths.
For more information and advice about mooring in Marines de Cogolin or more generally in or near the Gulf of St Tropez, just call Mr. Berth!


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Monaco - Port Hercules

Town : Monaco - Monte-Carlo

Monaco’s main harbour, Port Hercules, is famous for its superb yachts, its glamorous lifestyle around the year and of course, the Grand Prix that takes place every year in May. Having your yacht in the marina then is an amazing experience as most of the track is around the marina and you will be sure not to miss a thing ... from your flybridge or from your top deck.
Monaco has been a harbour for as long as mankind can remember, being occupied by the Greeks and the Romans as well as less known civilisations such as the Ligures and the Monoïkos. Monaco is a natural harbour with the "Rock" ("Rocher" or "Rocca") acting as a huge breakwater against Westerly winds (Mistral & Ponente) and nearby Cap Martin offering a little protection from the East (Levante & Sirocco). The harbour was also used as a naval outpost throughout history since the conspicuous mountain behind ("Tête de Chien" or "Testa di Can") offers a spectacular view of the coast from the Bay of Cannes to Sanremo.
Renting a berth permanently in Monaco is extremely challenging. Though the marina is well maintained and is efficiently run and though it has been extended, the harbour is still relatively small for a population of 35,000 residents. For rentals, priority is given to the 8,000 Monaco nationals and after them, Monaco residents. There are long waiting lists and your application to rent will not even be considered if you are not Monegasque or a resident.
You will never find berths for sale in Monaco on this website as they are all state owned. Unlike France, when Monaco developed its marinas, the Principality did not require finance for the works and therefore berths are nowadays the property of His Serene Highness the Prince of Monaco. If you are ever offered a berth to purchase in Monaco please contact us or inform the Port Authorities (Société d’Exploitation des Ports de Monaco SEPM) to alert them you may be in contact with a confidence trickster.
Should you need any advice on mooring in Monaco, feel free to contact us. We will be happy to give you advice or point you in the right direction.


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Port Camille Rayon - Golfe Juan

Town : Golfe Juan - Cannes

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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Port Cap d'Ail

Town : Cap d'Ail

Port Cap d’Ail is often thought to be one of Monaco’s harbours. This is probably due to its proximity to the principality and the fact it is an extension of the reclaimed land and Monaco district of Fontvieille. Cap d’Ail harbour is in France, right on the Western border of Monaco, so much that the only way to drive into the marina is through the principality.
Cap d’Ail harbour is a charming alternative for most Monaco residents to its neighbouring saturated ports of Fontvieille and Port Hercules. The harbour was originally designed to moor boats from 6 m to 20 m Length overall. Through the years the outer basin was rearranged to tend to the needs of larger yachts. This basin was renamed “Bassin d’Honneur” and is now the home of superyachts, with 50 m, 55 m and 60 m berths. This contrasts with rest of the berths in the port, which are mostly for boats up to 20 m in length. Since Cap d’Ail is an extension of the land Monaco reclaimed on the sea in the 1970s, the depth in the harbour is substantial compared to most French Riviera ports which in most cases only can provide up to 3.5 m depth. Berths in the Bassin d’Honneur have 20 m depth.
Cap d’Ail harbour has a range of port facilities to satisfy most boat and yacht owners. It has a fuelling quay next to the Capitainerie at the entrance, a ship chandler, two hotels, restaurants, and of course the Navimarine shipyard. For food and provisioning, the Monaco shopping centre is just a 5 minute walk away.
Cap d’Ail harbour is currently implementing new CUNCA directives which affect berth ownership rights. This requires a little more caution than usual when acquiring the right to use a berth. For advice and any further information, just call Mr. Berth.


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Port de Mandelieu - La Napoule

Town : Mandelieu - Cannes

Port de la Rague is located between Mandelieu and Theoule sur Mer. It is one of the most charming marinas of this coast, famous for its old railway viaduct. To the East lies the beautiful bay of Cannes with Iles de Lerins and to the West you will find the famous red rock coastline of the Mediterranean. A 15min walk from La Napoule, this is a peaceful, modern marina set against the foothills of the Esterel mountain range.


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Port Gallice

Town : Antibes, Juan Les Pins

Port Gallice is located in the bay of the San Juan gulf in the north east of the Antibes Cape.


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Port La Galère

Town : La Galère

When speaking of private marinas on the Côte d’Azur, you cannot get more private than Port La Galère, just South of the Pointe de l’Aiguille, at the Western extremity of the Bay of Cannes, on “Pointe de la Galère” (hence the name). The road entrance to the marina is far from conspicuous. There is a guard at the entrance.
Port La Galère was originally constructed as part of the luxurious apartment complex of the same name. The marina is consequently one of the safest you in this popular area of the South of France. When staying on your yacht in this harbour, the only people you will meet will be your neighbours and their guests. People with wealth and looking for privacy will find all they need there. Once you own a property or a berth in Port La Galère, you become part of very select club or group of friends. In addition, the location is beautiful. The honeycomb apartment complex has been designed not to clash with the Esterel red granite landscape. This is one of the rare and beautiful small homeports where it is still possible to buy berths.
Port La Galère has an average total of 185 berths, of which 20 are kept for visitors by the marina’s entrance. This number can change, as unlike other marinas, berth owners can sell to each other part of the width of their stern-to moorings. The maximum length is 14 m.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.


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Port of Menton Garavan

Town : Menton

The Port of Garavan is on West of the border between France and Italy. It can welcome yachts up to 40 metres. Menton is a lovely town with a variety of restaurants and shops in the old town which is mostly pedestrian. Menton is also a town with a great cultural heritage. The town was Genoese and then Monegasque until it became French. Rugby lovers may also know it as the last resting place of William Webb Ellis.


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Port of Saint Tropez

Town : Saint Tropez / St Tropez

The Port of Saint Tropez is located on the Northern side of the Cape of Saint-Tropez, just West of the Baie (Bay) des Canoubiers and East of Marines de Cogolin. The port has 800 berths of which 100 are visitor berths. The shelter of this early XXth century fishing village is good in the old part of the port. The “New Port” can be exposed to the strong Mistral, particularly in the winter.

You cannot buy a berth in St Tropez as you could in private marinas. Saint Tropez is a public harbour so you can only rent a berth and if you are allowed to moor there all year around, you are a part of a lucky few. The largest berths are located on the outer wall and along the main dock and promenade on the village’s waterfront. These are extremely desired berths, particularly during the summer. Should you wish to rent a berth, you are best to contact the harbour office directly or contact specialised berth booking agents. They will charge a premium for their assistance and may not always obtain a berth on the day you wanted it, as St Tropez harbour is after all a small fishing harbour which lacks the capacity to accommodate the demand it receives.

The Gulf of Saint Tropez is a very particular part of the Côte d’Azur. Unlike the bay of Cannes and the Eastern part such as Nice, Monaco and Menton, the coastal towns of the St Tropez Canton are relatively difficult access via road. The closest motorway exit 12 miles inland. You have drive along the recently extended D25, through a thick forest behing Roquebrune sur Argens to access the first coastal town of Sainte Maxime, which is on the other side of the Gulf from Saint Tropez. Consequently, the quickest way to reach St Tropez and its area is by sea... or by Helicopter!

The nearby ports and marinas are primarily designed for boats up to 15 and 17 meters. These are these private ports are the Marines de Cogolin, the Port of Ste Maxime, and some parts of Port Grimaud and Cavalaire. There is also the inland Port of Cogolin which lies just between Port Grimaud and Marines de Cogolin, along the Giscle River.

Should you like any further information on mooring in St Tropez and its area, temporarily or long-term, or would just like advice on cruising to this popular destination, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
 


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Port Saint Laurent

Town : Saint Laurent du Var - Nice

The Port of St Laurent du Var is ideally located in central Côte d'azur, equidistant from Monaco and Cannes and it attracts every year thousands of visitors.  The Mediterranean climate of the area is exceptionally mild.


 


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Port St Jean Cap Ferrat

Town : St Jean Cap Ferrat

Cap Ferrat is one of the most exclusive locations in the Côte d’Azur. Cap Ferrat is the geographical name for that famous cape shaped like someone’s hand, but the name of the town and its marina is Saint Jean Cap Ferrat. The reasons why this area of the Cote d’Azur is so demanded are the beauty of the site, the scenery which is not overly built up (unlike some parts of that coast) and the luxurious villas and residences in St Jean Cap Ferrat itself but also in nearby Villefranche sur Mer and Beaulieu sur Mer.
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat also owes its reputation to the various celebrities who have chosen to reside there in the past and at present. Among them there is of course Beatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild whose villa is now a national museum, but also Leopold II of Belgium, Sir Winston Churchill and David Niven. The list goes on, and we will not mention on this website any of the famous individuals who are currently known to have an address in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat.
Another reason we believe Port Saint Jean Cap Ferrat is so popular is the fact it is itself more of a destination than a homeport. Every summer, you will see a fleet of yachts great and small anchoring off the Pointe de Saint Hospice (the thumb of the Cap Ferrat hand) which also provides good shelter from Westerly winds.
The marina has capacity of 560 berths with the largest moorings being 28 m x 7.81 m (this width must include space for fenders).


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Port Vauban - Antibes

Town : Antibes

Port Vauban is renowned throughout the sailing world as a place where super yachts gather. Europe’s largest harbour is home to more than 100 berths over the 23-metre in length, with some of these berths accommodating 165 m yachts. This is unique on this highly sought after coast of France. Antibes itself has long since joined the premier league of yachting destinations, with its superb restaurants, café’s and festivals. Port Vauban is surrounded by boating facilities of every kind. Berthing is alongside and stern-to and there is an on-site heliport, just by the “Billionaire’s quay”
Port Vauban with the old town of Antibes is a very attractive marina for yacht and boat owners to have a base. It is one of largest private and public marina along the Cote d’Azur, it is easily accessible from Nice Airport by road and the Bay of Cannes is just on the other side of the Cap d’Antibes.
In addition, Port Vauban has always been a harbour. You can feel the history along these walls and that life has always revolved around the harbour. Since as early as 500 BC, Antibes was used by Phocean merchants (Greek) as a base for their trade routes. The name of Antibes is derived from “Antipolis”, which means “the town on the other side” as this harbour mirrored the one of Nice, which could be seen on the other side of the Baie des Anges (Bay of Angels). This marina has considerable historical heritages, such as Fort Vauban or the “Square Fort” from the XVIIth Century.
Port Vauban, partly due to its size, is administratively composed of 3 moral entities which are the SAPA, the SAEM, and the IYCA (Billionaires’ Quay). Though these companies, which form the port, are managed by the same marina staff, there are slight differences in the terms of “berth ownership status”, or more precisely the ways you can acquire a Right to Use a berth. For any advice or for additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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Port Vauban - I.Y.C.A.

Town : Antibes

The International Yacht Club d’Antibes (I.Y.C.A.), better known as “Billionaire’s Quay” is one of the most prestigious yacht docks in the world. It is the home of some of the finest and largest megayachts.

This extension of Port Vauban was designed to welcome yachts from 60 m to 160 m. On a Côte d’Azur where in most marinas the maximum yacht size can be 40 m or 60 m, Antibes Billionaire’s Quay is an exception.

Being a berth owner (i.e. being one of the few shareholders of IYCA and having the right to use a specific berth) is itself an exception and a luxury only a handful of the wealthiest yacht owners from around the world can afford. Just the privilege of being able to come, moor and cast off whenever you please along this well established superport, is priceless. Berth owners are aware of it and they do contribute considerably to this unique dock’s maintenance and modernisation as having an out of scale yacht on an out of scale berth, requires out of scale support and services.

For instance, mooring the largest yachts in the world would simply not be possible if the IYCA had not its huge parking area all along the dock, which almost looks like a runway. How then would it be possible to bring sufficient fuel, lorries of food, provisions, spare parts or large enough bunkers to the back of these behemoths. There is also a helicopter pad just by the IYCA harbour office (just on the middle of the Jetty).

Should you wish to acquire the right to use a berth on the Billionaire’s Quay, you should do so carefully as high the figures involved and the wealth surrounding this dock obviously attracts “ill intended” individuals. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information or for any professional advice on berth and mooring ownership in I.Y.C.A.


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Spain

Mataró Marina

Town : close to Barcelona

Mataro Marina Barcelona is designed for those wishing to moor their yachts in a quiet and reserved port near Barcelona but far enough to enjoy the calm water of a pollution- free marina, with the further advantage of a cost of living significantly lower compared to the Catalan capital.

The marina can accommodate 22 yachts up to 50 meters in length. Varador 2000, maintenance, repair & refit shipyard since 1984 and now promoter of Mataro Marina Barcelona is able to ensure an accurate and personalized service towards its customers and it guarantees the maximum professionalism, discretion and security providing a 24 hours security service.

Mataro, is situated just 16 nm away from Barcelona, with its 125,000 inhabitants is a lively Catalan town, with a newly built part that includes modern hotels, fitness installations, swimming pools and a long promenade with clear waters and un-crowded beaches.

Very well connected to the two main Catalan airports of Barcelona and Girona.


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Port Forum

Town : Sant Adria (near Barcelona)

Port Forum is only 10mins drive from the amazing city centre of Barcelona.  The spectacular marina is divided into two areas; the inner harbour with 170 berths from 10 - 25m and the outer dock with 31 berths for yachts of up to 80m (NB there is a height restriction for masts above 16.5m for the inner harbour).  Port Forum offers everything needed in a marina including a weather proof dry stack facility.


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Port Olimpic

Town : Barcelona

The place is localised in the emblematic area of Barcelona with 740 berths and 85 commercial establishments.

The Port Olímpic de Barcelona Marina was built for the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.

It forms part of Olympic Village's with and attractive sea side, placed in the heart of Barcelona's maritime zone and surrounded by beaches, gardens and buildings ( famous Torre Mapfre and the Hotel Arts).

The port might be classed as an "Urban Port" thanks to its easy access from all locations, including public transport such as the underground (Line 4 CIUDADELA) and several buses (lines 36, 45, 59 and 71) which serve Port Olímpic.

A marina includes all kinds of facilities The berths are available from 7 to 30 metres in length, all equipped with services that can only be offered by modern ports.


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Port Vell

Town : Barcelona

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Puerto Banus

Town : Puerto Banus

Puerto Banus is located just west of Marbella, before you reach the small town of San Pedro de Alcantara. This is the place to be pampered yacht side followed by drinks at one of the many open air restaurants and bars. The setting is close to ideal, with its impressive mountain backdrop and ocean views.


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Sant Carles marina

Town : Sant Carles de la Rapita

Sant Carles is a beautiful new marina development by the UKs leading marina operator MDL.  Midway between Barcelona and Valencia in the coastal town of Sant Carles de la Rapita, set amid an outstanding nature reserve with sandy beaches on the Costa Dorada.  It is the perfect location to experience Catalonia and the enchanted cruising waters of the Balearics Islands - about 100nm away - ideal for a fun weekend.

Located within a sheltered lagoon in an unspoilt corner of Catalonia and within easy reach of major cities and airports. Sant Carles provides first class mooring facilities up to 30m in length.


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Vilanova Grand Marina Barcelona

Town : Vilanova i la Geltru - Barcelona

Vilanova Grand Marina in Vilanova i la Geltrú, is only 20 mins from Barcelona International Airport. The marina has been designed to exclusively for super and mega yachts up to 120m (393ft).

The marina is a friendly and peaceful place with personalized attention and technical services exclusively designed for superyacht. In Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona you can find 49 spacious berths accommodating vessels up to 120 metres length, with largest dock of 130 meters.

It is ideal as a home port as it provides all the technical services that Superyachts and their crew might require on a daily basis.

Equipped with the most advanced services for performing all kind of repair and maintenance works. The technical area, which features a large esplanade and workshop area, offers hoisting services with a 200 tonne travel lift and has a wintering dry dock service available.

Hospitality desk team takes care of all the necessities and requirements for the daily routine on superyacht with a personalised preferential treatment for all owners, guests, captains and crew.

Vilanova Grand Marina-Barcelona is definitely crew and captain’s homeport in the Med!

Principal Features

·         49 moorings for Super and Megayachts

·         Largest dock: 130 m

·         Strategic location in Europe

·         Commercial facilities

·         Dock masters

·         Changing rooms

·         Sail lockers

·         Painting shed

·         Workshops

·         Captain's office

·         Harbour master office

·         Shipyard offices

·         Heli stop

·         200 tn travel lift

·         Shore power up to 1000 Amps, treated fresh water, internet via hardwire and high quality WiFi connection, 24 hour CCTV surveillance and access control, ISPS Code Compliant, parking spaces in front of all berths, storerooms and workshops, 24 hour dockmaster service.


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