Cannes is renowned throughout the world for its famous film festival, and the glamour lingers long after the stars have left town.
The town has long been beloved as a holiday destination, thanks to its superb climate and the beauty of its beaches.
Cannes today offers everything the modern holiday maker could desire, with a hint of old-world charm that gives it an entirely unique atmosphere.
Its beachfront location makes it an unmissable part of a Riviera yacht charter holiday, whether you are on a boat for the love of sailing or merely to mingle with the rich and famous.
Port of Cannes
Port of Cannes is a modern and fully-equipped port that welcomes yachts to its marinas in the heart of the French Riviera. A warm welcome, excellent customer service and expert know-how await you, with all the facilities you need for safe and comfortable stay in this most famous of French towns.
Port Pierre Canto
Port Pierre Canto offers a warm welcome to yachts and their crews during their voyage on the French Riviera. A modern redevelopment allows the port to welcome boats of up to 85m with state-of-the-art facilities. This prestigious port has a superb location with direct access to the historic town centre.
Port Point Croisette
Small yet perfectly formed, Port Point Croisette offers moorings for up to 260 boats. With accommodation for smaller craft, it would be an ideal addition to an old-fashioned sailing holiday itinerary. Stunning views and a peaceful environment are within easy reach of the bustle of central Cannes.
Port Mourré Rouge
Port Moure Rouge is an idyllic small harbour in a sheltered area of the Cannes harbour, which offers a warm welcome to small boats. Its quiet location is nevertheless easily accessible from the centre of town, and would be an ideal choice for a quick stopover on your way along the Riviera.
Port Vauban Marina Antibes
One of the largest marinas in Europe, Port Vauban Marina in Antibes offers yachts of up to 130m a prestigious berth for the night. Superyacht inhabitants will enjoy the superb facilities and the A-list feel of appropriately-titled Millionaire Quay.