With a capacity for 800 moorings and situated in the heart of the village, the port of Saint-Tropez is one of the main ports of call for big yachts in the Mediterranean where innovation and high standard quality services has made Saint-Tropez harbour one of the most famous in the world. A place of international business prized by the biggest industrial captains, an incomparable animated area, a notorious support for events, a privileged destination of cruise ships, a work platform and a major source of economic impact, the of Saint-Tropez has also managed to keep a social and cultural diversity. Daily, forty people ensure the reception and the clients afloat and on land, the organisation of the port places, the safety of the goods and people, the financial, legal and administrative management, the environment, the cleanliness of the port as well as the technical maintenance of the port and its equipment and tools.
Slips: 800 slips
Draught max: 6.00 meters
Length max: 50.00 meters
Electricity Type: 220V
Travelift Num.: 1 Max. load: 20 Tn
Residual water collection
St. Tropez is one of the well known summer resort area of S France. Finding a berth in St. Tropez can slightly be different during summer months. It is advised to make booking ahead. While arriving you should call Harbour Master from WHF Ch. 09 for instructions and berthing. If you didn’t make a booking ahead, it is advised to avoid arriving between 11 am and 12:30 and 17:0 to 18:30. During these periods harbour may be very crowded.
There visitors berths are on the inside of the NE breakwater and opposite, on the quay. You can find all facilities in this berths and around.
If you cannot find any berthing in the harbour you can consider to stay on anchor at Bay de Canebiers where you can also find nice beach and silence.
Les Marines de Cogolin
Capitainerie du Port, 83310 Cogolin
Tel:+33 (0)494 560731, Fax:+33 (0)494 562675
Port de St. Tropez
Quai de l'Epi, 83990 Saint Tropez
Tel:+33 (0)494 566870, Fax:+33 (0)494 973102