The Port of Cannes is a medium sized harbour with a large range of amenities. There are 500 moorings available for boats with a maximum length of 35 metres.
Also called the ‘Old Port’ because of its location in the Old Town, Port of Cannes/Vieux Port marina offers 650 berths for yachts up to 65 metres in size. The largest yachts are moored on Albert Edward Pier and Quay Saint Pierre, and there’s a pontoon network for smaller yachts extending to the north.
The many classic sailboats that call this port home are lined up right on the edge of the street in the old town. It’s a beautiful sight, particularly during the Panerai Classic Regatta series in September when the most gorgeous sailing yachts in the world gather here. This older part of Cannes has a very different flavour than the glitz and glamour of the Port Pierre Canto and Croisette.
Because this port is public and run by the Chamber of Commerce, you can’t buy a long-term lease here; you can only rent one for a maximum of one year. For more information about buying or renting boat berths, contact Mooring Spot.
This port has fuel, water, electricity and amenities, as well as a ramp, shipyard with crane, 65 ton hoist, 70 ton hoist,medical services. There are bars and restaurants within a few steps of the port.
- By boat
- Promenade de la Pantiero
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