Capacity: 734 berths
Impasse: <-> 50m
VHF Channel 9
Private Club: Saint-Tropez Lounge Club
Sailing Club: SNST
Technical zone (careening area, crane, waste disposal point)
Slipway for launching (Port du Pilon)
Basin Jean Lescudier
Max LOA: < 25 m
Draught : 2,5 – 5,5 m
Mooring on groundlines
Estiennes d’Orves Jetty
Max LOA : <75 m
Draught : 3,0 – 5,5 m
Mooring alongside the quay
Max LOA: < 50 m
Draught : 2,5 – 5,5 m
Mooring on ground lines or on anchor
Jean Reveille Jetty
Max LOA: < 30 m
Draught : 3,0 m
Mooring on groundlines
After you have moored your boat, please come to the Harbour Master’s Office to register. You will need the boat’s certificate of registry and insurance.
Please do not clutter the quays with equipment, vehicles, bikes, etc. Facilities have been created do not hesitate to ask our staff.
The harbour has a toilet block (showers and WCs) for boat users. You will be given the access code when you register.
Check all of our services and facilities in the services section.
There is a charging socket for electric boats on the reception quay.
AC Output 400V – 3 P+N 32A / DC Output 150-500V 0-125A
We are actively commited to be responsible and to adopt eco-actions that will help preserve and protect our environment. We invite our customers to get along with us in our responsible approach and be more responsible.
Water and Electricity Facilities
Electricity and water
All berths have a water and electricity distribution terminal.
Water and electricity are included in the berthing fees. Note: the overwintering contract does not include a 400V electricity supply.
Terminals are equipped with 240V/32A/63A sockets in the Jean Lescudier Basin and 240V to 400V delivering up to 250A in the Vieux Port and on the Estiennes d’Orves Jetty. You can hire extra sockets from the Harbour Master’s Office with a deposit.
Connecting to a socket
It is important to tighten the cable seal to ensure it is watertight and secure. If these instructions are not followed it could result in the socket overheating and causing the terminal to catch fire. Anyone who does not follow the instructions could be liable for any damage incurred to equipment. Our technicians are available to help connect your boat to the shore supply. Captains are requested to reduce power consumption to a minimum before connecting to the harbour’s network.
BOAT PROFESSIONALS IN THE HARBOUR
Riva : +33 (0) 494 437 505
Mercurio : +33 (0) 494 970 222
Sportmer : +33 (0) 494 973 233
Villanova–CNB (Chantier naval de Beaulieu) : +33 (0) 494 970 019
Sun Cap : +33 (0) 494 971 123
Arman : +33 (0) 6 15 444 562
Station SPV : +33 (0) 785 214 871
SNSM - LIFEBOAT
Société Nationale de Sauvetage en Mer : + 33 (0) 6 82 21 83 06
for emergency VHF Channel 16 or cal 196
Coast guard forces of Saint-Raphaël : +33 (0) 4 94 40 54 52
City council : +33 (0) 4 94 559 000
Police station : +33 (0)4 94 548 665
Cars impound lot : +33 (0)4 94 547 548
Parking du nouveau port : +33 (0) 4 94 977 499
Parking des Lices : +33 (4) 4 94 973 446
Parking du XVème corps : +33 (0) 4 94 972 334
Frequently asked questions
When is the high season and low season?
You may find the dates our various are applicable on this link and click on “price list”
What are the mooring fees for my boat?
Please click here to check and download our pricelist.
Do you have long term mooring rates?
Yes. One for the summer, from 1st May to 27th September, and one for the winter from 15th October to 1st April. Click here to download our pricelist.
Which services are included in your the mooring fees?
What’s the administrative situation of the port?
Saint-Tropez’s a public port. The price list’s decided by the Town Council.
In the harbour
Can we moor at Saint Tropez Port for a few hours during the day ?
How many nights am I allowed to book ?
-2 nights three times a month ( maximum 6 nights) for VIP card holders.
The rest of the year, there’s no specific limit.
Is there a waiting list ?
If unfortunately we do not availability for your requested date on our online booking system you may call to be added to the waiting list during summer season. The waiting list is open to visitors with boats that are longer than 18m.
The waiting list is applicable anytime except in July and August when one must call 48h prior the requested date.
What is the longest yacht the port can welcome ?
When are the main events occurring in Saint Tropez ?
You will find the list of events and their dates on our website.
Do I need to pay a deposit to make a booking ?
Yes. Deposit is lost if the boat cancels the booking.
How can I book a berth in Saint-Tropez Port ?
Is it possible to book a berth for a boat under 18 metres ?
Yes with Navily
Is it possible to choose a particulat berth within the port ?
Unfortunately no, but you may make a note in your booking and we will try to do our best to satisfy your request.