The Port of Nice, nestled right in the old town, feels rather unlike any other marina on the Riviera. This is very much a working port, with the leisure yachts, fishing boats, small cruise ships and Corsica passenger ferries all operating out of this large marina.
The Port of Nice is in a great setting- ringed by old buildings painted Mediterranean hues of red, ochre, pink and yellow, and there are plenty of restaurants and bars lining the port for atmosphere. Nice port also gives its visitors great access to the city’s attractions and the Promenade des Anglais, and is located only 4 miles from Nice International Airport.
The marina has a total of 520 berths, and can accommodate a wide range of vessels, up to a length of 190m (623') and a maximum draft of 8m. The port can accommodate up to 32 superyachts, including 5 over 50m in length.
Facilities & Services: 24 hour security, WIFI, drydock, fuel dock, electricity (up to 250amps and 400 volts), water, waste collection and oil/toxic waste disposal, maritime services, toilets and laundry facilities, careening area, sewage pumping, mail collection, parking, technical workshop, 8 ton and 20 ton cranes.
In addition, the two ferry terminals offer a tourist office, car park, WC, showers, baby changing facilities, games room and vending machines. There are also watersports operators in the port.
Languages spoken by the very helpful marina staff: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish.
VHF Channel: 09
- By boat
- Quai du commerce
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