Port of Nice - Port of Quai Amiral Infernet - 06300 Nice
Tel.: 0820 425 555  or +33 4-898-898-28 from abroad
Fax: +33 (0)4 92 00 42 10

Based near the centre of this city by using this french port you are guaranteed to be near all the sights that Nice has to offer.  The Cote D'Azur Marina is also home to the ferry service to Corsica with large ferrys leaving and arriving the busy port on a regular basis.  The two ferry companies that operate from this port in France are SNCM Ferries and Sardinia Ferries. Feeling lucky then visit the casino of Palais de la Méditerranée located on the main Promenade Anglais in Nice - but be sure not to bet your yacht on roulette!
For more details about Nice Marina visit their

Port Camargue - La Capitainerie, 30240, Le Grau du Roi
Tel.: 04 66 51 10 16 
Fax: 04 66 51 10 11 

The Port of Camargue is one of the largest marinas in europe and is situated in the South of France between Montpellier and the Parc Naturel Regional de Camargue,
The Director of the Port of Camargue is Michel Cavailles who is driven to ensure that all visitors to the Marina have a wonderful visit.
The Port of Camargue is a popular holiday destination with its 4500 berths supplying plenty of visitors to keep the 65 restaurants & hotels based at the marina.
For further information please visit the website for Port of Camargue

Boat Hire In France 

Visit EASYBOATBOOKING to hire boat in France. Easy Boat Booking is one of the famous boat charters in France, which has wide range of luxury boats of all famous brands at best price. All the boats are in good conditions, sea worthy and fully insured by the owners.For more details and to hire a boat visit or contact us at +33 (0)493919734.


Barcelona - Marina Port Vell. Escar 26, 08039 Barcelona
Tel.: +34 93 484 23 00 from abroad
Fax: +34 93 484 23 33

Marina Port Vell in Barcelona is situated at the foot of the Ramblas giving the marina easy access to all the sights and experiences of the best that Barcelona has to offer. The website has more details about the berths for your yachts.  The picture below shows the Yacht Pelorus moored in Barcelona during May 2010.  Roman Abramovich's yacht is 377 feet long and was a beautiful sight at Port Vell.

Puerto Banus- Puerto José Banús (Puerto Banus), LOC.9
29660 Marbella, Spain
Tel: +32 952 812 267
from abroad

The marina at Puerto Banus is one of the most exclusive marinas in Europe. The marina is lined with an array of designer label shops, fantastic restaurants and bars.  The marina is the focal point and is the place to be seen and to people watch.  You will be guaranteed to see expensive yachts and super cars at this marina. The largest yacht in the picture of Puerto Banus is the yacht Lady Haya which is owned by the King of Saudi Arabia. Next to the Lady Haya is the yacht Taiba.


Vilamoura- Marina de Vilamoura, Vilamoura, 8125-409 Quarteira, Algarve, Portugal 
Tel.: +35 128 931 0560 from abroad
Fax: +35 128 931 0580

Vilamoura Marina is situated in the heart of the Algarve, surrounded by restaurants and with easy access to some of the finest golf courses in europe.  The website has every detail you would wish to know about the marina and how to get a berth for your yacht.


Genoa- Marina Genova Aeroporto, via Pionieri ed Aviatori d'Italia, Genova - Sestri Ponente
Tel.: +39 010 6143420 from abroad


Kos Marina - Kos Ependitiki S.A, G. Papandreou str. KOS, 85300, GREECE
Tel.: +30 22420 57500 from abroad
Fax: +30 22420 57525

Located to the south east of Kos' Old harbour this modern marina in Greece has its own restaurants , supermarkets and retail outlets.  This EU marina (if Greece remains as part of the European Union) is an ideal place to find a berth to explore the greek islands.

Dubrovnik is a UNESCO world heritage site and by sailing into Dubrovnik port you will gain easy access to this charming town.  The old town is enchanting and once you have found your berth you can explore easily on foot as Dubrovnik old town is a traffic free zone. Below is a photo of the old port at Dubrovnik.



Copenhagen Harbour - this is the most famous harbour in Denmark.  The harbour itself is split into 3 distinct areas - North, South and Inner Harbours.  Nordhavn (North Harbour Area) is the area that has seen the biggest changes over the past few years.  Here you will find an abundance of cafes and restaurants along with the main terminals for cruise ships (DFDS Terminal) and the Svanemøllen Marina which is Denmark's largest marina for yachts and boats.    The Sydhavnen (South Harbour Area) has the main attraction of the Islands Brygge Harbour Bath and the 120 shops within the Fisketorvet shopping centre.

The Inderhavn (Inner Harbour Area) holds the most notable tourist attraction in the harbour areas - the famous statue of the Little Mermaid.  It is also the area with the greatest number of bars in the Nyhavn area.  Based in the centre this area of the harbour is where you can also begin your canal tours.

For more information of the marina facilities please visit this link







Without a doubt the Marina at Monte Carlo is one of the world's best known.  With Monte Carlo firmly established as one of the world's best tax havens it is only reasonable that some of the richest people in the world will choose to have a berth in this fine harbour.   Add the glamour of the Monaco Grand Prix that is held each year and you have a perfect recipe for rich men to combine luxurious yachts and supercars.  Visiting the province of Monte Carlo as a tourist you must see the wide array of super yachts and boats on display, before heading up the hill to try your luck in the World famous Casino.   Below are a couple of photos of yachts that were moored in Monaco during 2006.  One shows the Yacht Apogee and Yacht Sweet Doll moored in Monaco in 2006.

Tel.: +385 20 313 333 from abroad
Fax: +385 20 418 551