Port Cros 

3 (10 ratings)

About Port Cros

  • 75
    Berths
  • 15 m
    Length
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +33 4 94 01 40 72
    Phone

The port of Port-Cros offers a capacity of 75 berths spread over two pontoons (depth 1m40 to 2m80) and 40 mooring buoys (depth 1m80 to 4m). Max. Length 15 m. Open to the northwest, it can be uncomfortable in a mistral. No reservation. Port fee to be paid to the harbor master's office upon arrival. Water distribution in the evening from 6 to 9 p.m. at the tap (20L / boat). Public toilets (no shower or sink). No fuel. No electricity. No generator set in port Weather forecast: Displayed every morning at 9 a.m. at the Harbor Master's office. The Bagaud ZMEL To help protect threatened sites and preserve Mediterranean flora and fauna, the Port-Cros National Park is setting up a ZMEL (Mooring and Light Equipment Zone) in the Bagaud Pass where the mooring of the anchoring there is now prohibited all year round. To find out more, consult the Port-Cros National Park website, and look for "the Bagaud ZMEL". You can then reserve a buoy in the Bagaud pass. On this ZMEL, 60 buoys are accessible to ships of less than 15m, and 5 buoys to ships of less than 30m.

Harbour office

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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
    Not available
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
    Not available
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Not available
  • Sewage water facility
    Not available
  • WIFI
    Not available
  • Boat ramp
    Not available
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    Not available
  • Car rental
    Not available
  • Video surveillance
    Not available
  • Night watchman
    Not available
  • Laundromat
    Not available
  • Ice for sale
    Not available
  • Shipchandler
    Not available
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Not available
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User reviews (10 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.2/5
Cleanliness
| 2.9/5
Services
| 2/5
Proximity of shops
| 2.5/5
Tourism
| 4.4/5
  • Stéphane
    Stéphane ~ 19/06/2021
    tangaroa | Sailboat ~ 12.96 m

    Very high price. € 56 per buoy. No service and no mooring assistance even in strong easterly winds. The setting is nevertheless magnificent

    Tarif très élevé. 56€ la bouée. Pas de service et pas d'aide à l'amarrage même par fort vent d'est. Le cadre est néanmoins magnifique

  • François ~ 20/08/2020
    François Marin | Motorboat ~ 10 m

    Great stopover a real feast for the eyes But big organizational problem given the crowds ....

    Super escale un vrai régal pour les yeux Mais gros problème d'organisation au vu de l'affluence....

  • Bernard
    Bernard ~ 19/08/2020
    Grenadines II | Sailboat ~ 7.8 m

    Despite the few services (WC and dishwasher), this port remains my favorite because Port-Cros is an island 🌴 where one has the impression of being 10,000 km from the Metropolis! Palm trees, good restaurants, fish galore as soon as you dive, the southern beach with so clear sand, beautiful hikes so courageous because it climbs! and its famous cocktail bars 🍹 in the evening! But beware of the dangerous pontoon or buoy in strong westerly winds.

    Malgré le peu de services (WC er bac à vaisselle ) ce port reste mon préféré car Port-Cros est une île 🌴 où l’on a l’impression d’être à 10.000 Km de la Métropole ! Palmiers, bons restos, des poissons à foison dès qu’on plonge, la plage du sud aux sable si clair, de belles randos si courage car ça grimpe ! et ses fameux bars à cocktails 🍹 en soirée ! Mais attention au ponton ou sur bouée dangereux par fort vent d’Ouest.

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