Superyacht Marinas


Port St Jean-Cap-Ferrat

Port de St Jean Cap Ferrat
St Jean Cap Ferrat

  • Contact Information

    : 9
  • : +33 4 93 76 45 45
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  • Emergency Numbers

    All Emergencies: 112
    Fire/Ambulance: 18
    Police: 17

Photo Credit: marina website

Latitude & Longitude:

43.6903034 7.3320532

  • Berth Sizes

    : 28m
  • : 4m
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  • Berths Available

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: Nice: 19.8km
: Nice: 19.8km
: Nice: 19.8km

General Information & Marina Services

The Port Saint Jean Cap Ferrat is located on Cape Ferrat, between Nice and Monaco, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, on a narrow stretch of land, the pointe of Saint Hospice, situated between the Bay of Saint Laurent and the Cove of Lilong, which are areas where boat owners particularly like to drop anchor for the day.

Once a a naturally sheltered small fishing harbour of the French Riviera, Port St- Jean marina has today berths for yachts up to 28 metres LOA. Port Saint Jean  is a “Public Port”, where the smallest berths  for local fishermen and local residents are located. Apart from the public port, the majority of private-lease berths for boats are accessible from the quays and piers located on the western side of the marina.

A 350 metre jetty and breakwater beeing the main shelter from Eastern winds in Port Saint Cap Ferrat is newly constructed.  The berths for the largest boats are where there is more space to manoeuvre, along the main harbour’s main channel, on pier 2 and pier 7 (various moorings for 18 m / 60’ boats) and along the Grande Jetée (or Main Jetty) where yachts up to 28 metres (91’) in length overall can moor.

The port offers following services: fresh water, electricity (220 V - 380 V, 30 A) on the pontoon and 50 A docks, showers, toilets, public telephones,

Number of berths: 581

Smallest size: 6 m

Maximum size: 50 m

Depths: 3,5 m à 4 m.

Power supply: 220 V – 380 V / 30 A on the pontoons and 50 A on the quays.

Water supply: Fresh water supplied to all berths in the marina via pedestals on the quays and pontoons.

free Wi-Fi, weather and video surveillance

Mooring is carried out on hangers on starboard at the rear.




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