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Posted: 3rd July 2019 | Written by: Thierry Voisin
Further to recent updates on the decree regulating yacht anchorage and stopping in French waters, ECPY has provided a full translation of the text. The decree heralds a major turning point in France's policy on the economics of yachting and boating in the Mediterranean and will allow French maritime authorities to regulate the anchoring of ships under a range of conditions.
Posted: 25th June 2019 | Written by: Jonathan Browne
I am a sales broker and I have been for many years so it's no surprise that I advocate appointing a broker to help you with buying a new or pre-owned boat/yacht. The reason is simple, it's what we do. We listen; we try to understand the factors that are important or even mandatory in a buying decision. But the market may not always be as transparent as you might think.
So you’ve planned your trip and you know which marinas you’re going to visit. Now you need to book a berth for your yacht, find local services or suppliers, and get the low down on the best restaurants and local attractions. Instead of having to trawl through numerous books and websites to find the information you need, we're building a better solution:
In the main search box you can search marinas by country or city. You can also search using only keywords or the marina name. Click ‘search’ and you'll see a list of all the marinas located in the area you’ve specified.
In each Marina Profile you'll find a wide range of information about each marina, including:
Emergency telephone numbers
How to book a berth/ slip
Maximum length, draft and beam
Latitude/longitude and Google map
Images and a video of the marina
For each marina you'll also find detailed information about:
Berths / slips for sale
Shoreside - a directory of businesses local to the marina
As well as the practical information we provide for each marina, you'll find a selection of articles about Destinations and Charter & Brokerage via the main article menu on the left side of our homepage.
You can also search our entire content archive via the main search function on the top right side of our website's header.
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