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Marina Baie Des Anges - South of France


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Marina Description


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.