The new Port of Ventimiglia, Cala del Forte, is scheduled for opening in 2018 and full completion in 2019. Located just on the border between the French / Italian border, 8 miles from Monaco, this marina will be able to welcome 171 yachts (up to 60 m).
Flisvos Marina is the modern superyacht and megayacht marina of Athens, with 303 berths, of which most are for yachts over 30 metres. The harbour is fully equipped with services and facilities to accommodate such boats.
Grand Harbour Marina is the modern Superyacht and Megayacht port of Valetta (opened in 2006), located in Dockyard Creek, with capacity for yachts up to 140 m in length, as well as all boats from 8 m LOA.
Karpaz Gate Marina is a recent and state of the art resort, designed for accommodating yachts, their owners and their crew, along the breathtaking natural coast of Nothern Cyprus. Berths are currently available for long or short term stays.
Setur Kusadasi Marina is located along the town’s waterfront, a stone throw away from the Greek island of Samos, as well as near a number of towns with a rich historical heritage. The harbour can welcome 450 boats, mooring yachts up to 90 m LOA.
Right at the heart of the famous “Baie des Anges” (the Bay of Angels) lies a marina which stands out namely for its original architecture and its 4 pyramid shaped residences. Marina Baie des Anges is mainly a private port, welcoming boats and yachts of va
Marina degli Aregai is located in Santo Stefano al Mare, in of the Imperia province, along the sunny Italian Riviera. This harbour can welcome up to almost 1,000 boats or yachts from 6 m to 50 m in length.
Marina del Fezzano is a peaceful and charming harbour in the Gulf of La Spezia, in a typical small town of the Riviera Levante. It is a beautiful place to stop by or to keep a boat, especially when exploring the Cinque Terre.
Marina di Varazze is located 15 miles West of Genoa. It has 800 berths and can welcome yachts up to 40 m LOA. The marina’s management offers a comprehensive and all-inclusive service to all yachts visiting or based in the harbour.
Marina Genova Aeroporto is one of the first superyacht ports to have been built in the 2000s, to offer a homeport to the many boats and yachts based in the region. With easy access for private jets, this marina is proud to offer a white glove service.
Marina Ibiza is the largest marina (536 berths) of Puerto de Ibiza, one of the most coveted harbours in the Mediterranean during the summer season. The marina can welcome yachts up to 55 m in length and is referred to as a 5-star marina.
The most ancient part of the port of Barcelona is currently being redeveloped to provide more mooring facilities to superyachts and megayachts in the centre of town’s waterfront, in state of the art marina facilities, from spring 2014.
Marina Trogir is the harbour just opposite the picturesque old town of Trogir, and located on the island of Čiovo. It is open all year, with a variety of services on site and can welcome boats and yachts of all sizes up to 70 m LOA.
Marinara is located on Italy’s Adriatic coast, or Riviera Romagnola, opposite the Croatian coastline and just South of Venice. The marina offers berthing to more than 1,000 boats as well as holiday homes, shops and services.
Marmaris Marina is a particularly appreciated destination to base yachts of all sizes up to 90 m, offering a variety of facilities and services, located only a few miles from Rhodes to the South, and Bodrum to the West.
The marina of Olympic Marine is 45 kilometres from Athens and only 20 minutes away from the international airport of El. Venizelos. It offers nearly 700 berths and dry storage facilities, a short distance from the Cyclades.
Palma is the yachting hub of Mallorca and the Balearics, as well as one of the major harbours of the Mediterranean. The Port of Palma is so vast that it is divided in several marinas offering moorings for various types of boats.
Port Adriano is a highly contemporary marina, designed by Philippe Starck, and one of the newest mooring locations for superyachts east of the Bay of Palma, further to the harbour’s recent redevelopment.
In the Centre of Gulf Juan lie the two ports side by side: the Port of Golfe Juan and Port Camille Rayon. They are well sheltered and ideally located, just a few minutes away from Cannes and facing the Iles de Lerins (or Cannes Islands).
Port Forum, with its 170 berths, is a marina with an extremely modern and urban setting in the Sant Adrià, on the northern waterfront of Barcelona, south of the river Besòs. Yachts up to 80 m can be moored in the outer basin.
Port Frejus is a vast marina with berths for up to 700 boats and few yachts, located west of the Esterel mountains, and half-way between Cannes and St-Tropez. It is one of the most recent marinas in the area, a nice home-port and a popular destination.
Port Hercule is the main port of the Principality of Monaco. It is probably one of the most famous yachting destinations in the world and a symbol of glamour welcoming boats, yachts of course and even large cruise ships.
Port la Galere, located on the far West of the Gulf of La Napoule, is a small marina of 170 berths for boats up to 16 m in length. This is a peaceful and secluded location, with high security, under concession until 2018.
Port Menton Garavan marks the eastern boundary of the French Riviera. Located to the East of the Old Port of Menton, the “private” port is the larger of the two, with 770 mooring berths, including a dozen for yachts.
Port Michel Pacha’s construction project is currently suspended due to litigation. The construction works have not begun. We are currently waiting to know the outcome and whether this marina will eventually be developed.
The Port of Bandol is located on the western side of the Bay of Bandol. The marina has 1,600 berths located on pontoons and quays, including 160 berths allocated to short term rentals and overnight stays.
The Port of Beaulieu is located between Nice and Monaco, directly East of Cap Ferrat. Once a quiet little fishing village, Beaulieu has become a welcoming and appealing destination to moor for many boats and yachts.
The Old Port of Cannes, located right in the centre of this famous city, is a highly sought port of call for boats and yachts during the season and during the events that take place there, such as the Film Festival which has made Cannes’ reputation.
The Port of Cap d’Ail has 250 berths for boats from 6 m to 60 m in length. It is the homeport to many boats and excellent place to stop in to appreciate Monaco and the Eastern part of the French Riviera.
The Port of La Rague is located in the western part of the Gulf of La Napoule, on the outskirts of the Cannes – Mandelieu area. This marina has a capacity of 423 berths mainly for boats and a few for the larger yachts (maximum length: 40 m).
The famous Port of Saint Tropez is one of the most emblematic marinas of the French Riviera. It is full of contrast, extremely quiet in the winter and among the most visited in the summer, by boat owners of all kinds, holiday-makers and "jetsetters".
The Port of Sainte-Maxime and its sweet little residential town, which are much appreciated by holiday makers, are located at the northern entrance of the Gulf of St Tropez, 1.5 nautical miles to the West of Pointe des Sardinaux.
Port Saint Laurent is located in the centre of the Baie des Anges, 1.5 km west of the mouth of the Var river and the runway of Nice Côte d'Azur Airport. This marina has more than a thousand berths for boats from 6 m to 23 m in length overall.
Port Tarraco is the marina dedicated to superyachts within the Port of Tarragona (Costa Dorada). The marina 64 berths for yachts from 30 to 160 metres in length, and offers a range of services specifically for vessels of this size.
Porto Mirabello is a modern and well sheltered marina located in the prestigious setting of the Gulf of La Spezia, near the sites of Lerici, Porto Venere and Cinque Terre, to the west of Genoa and east of Tuscany.
Porto Montenegro has become the ultimate superyacht hub in the Southern Adriatic, in the Bay of Kotor, with state of the art facilities to welcome yacht owners, their crew and marina residents, in a beautiful Mediterranean setting.
Portosole is one of the largest ports on the western Ligurian Riviera or Italian Riviera, just 11 nautical miles from the French Riviera and 16 nautical miles from Monaco. It has a large capacity (over 800 berths), much of which is reserved for yachts.
Puerto Portals is one of the more modern, trendier and luxurious marinas in the periphery of Palma, only a few miles West of the Mallorcan capital. With its 670 berths, mostly for yachts, it is a private and popular harbour.
Setur Finike Marina is a small harbour to the west of Antalya, with 320 berths, including moorings for yachts up to 50 m (164ft). It is a short distance away from Demre and Myra, equipped with modern facilities and a shipyard (80T Travelift).