ELECTRICAL NETWORK MAINTENANCE ALERT
We have scheduled the maintenance of the electrical system of the port. For this reason, there will be a power cut on March 15th, 2021 from 7 AM to 4 PM. The days of March 16th and 17th might be impacted as well.
Following the government’s announcements of Tuesday 24th November, and modifying Decree 2020 – 1310 of 29th October 2020, the new Decree 2020-1454 of 27th November announces relief on restrictions on navigation and water sports.
The measures announced authorize leisure boats to navigate and water sports. Nevertheless, these must be done within the limit of 20 km/10nm, of the home port (or domicile), and within the limit of 3 hours.
From November 30th, carrying the exemption certificate is enough but still mandatory.
FACE MASKS ARE MANDATORY IN INDOORS AND OUTDOORS PUBLIC SPACES IN SAINT-TROPEZ
WELCOME TO SAINT-TROPEZ HARBOUR
With a capacity of 734 moorings divided between two basins on an area of nine hectares in the heart of the village , Saint-Tropez harbour is a main port of call in the Mediterranean. Innovation and top quality services have made it one of the most famous marinas in the world.
Capitainerie du Port de Saint-Tropez
Quai de l’Épi – 83990 SAINT-TROPEZ
Tel +33 (0) 494 566 870
Fax +33 (0) 494 973 102
VHF channel 9
8.00 am – 12.00 noon / 2.00 pm – 6.00 pm