THE PORT - THE HARBOUR MASTER'S OFFICE
On land, as on sea, the Port des Marines de Cogolin is a haven of peace in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
A charming Mediterranean port of call, this marina ideally located just a stone’s throw from Saint-Tropez and the French Riviera’s major hotspots stands out for its top-notch facilities and hospitality structures.
Sheltered by the Maures hills, the port can comfortably and safely accommodate 1400 units from 6 to 50m, a jewel of modernity and comfort among the best equipped on the French Riviera. This prime location offers boaters who come to moor, the proximity of major tourist centers while enjoying peace and quiet even in the heart of summer.
THE HARBOUR MASTER'S OFFICE, THE MAIN POINT OF THE PORT DES MARINES DE COGOLIN
The Harbour Master’s Office is the central point of connection for this thoroughly modern and committed port, bringing together experienced administrative and technical staff who welcome yachtsmen 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, from the moment they arrive at the port throughout the year.
With its ability to welcome and organize, the Harbour Master’s Office and its agents facilitate all the day-to-day procedures for yachtsmen, whether they’re just passing through or are year-round residents.A team of experienced professionals including a technical director, 3 harbour masters, 10 harbour agents (14 in high season), a sworn guard, 2 night watchmen and 2 shuttle sailors are on hand to ensure a smooth entry into port and maximum comfort throughout your stay.
– During the high season (July-August), the technical team is present at the port every
day. from 7:00AM to 9:00PM.
– In mid-season (June and September), a technical assistance service is available
from 7:00AM to 9:00PM.
to 5:00PM. and a sailor is on duty until 9:00PM. – Security is ensured 24/7 at the port throughout the year, the night watchman is on duty
from 9:00PM to 7:00AM , reachable on the operator switchboard or VHF channel 9..
The Port des Marines de Cogolin features 3 spacious basins, a 110-meter-diameter turning circle for a total water surface area of 22 hectares. 4.50m deep and 80 meters wide, with 5 kilometers of quays and pontoons..
Affiliated with the Fédération Française des Ports de Plaisance (FFPP) and a member of the association “Union des Ports de Plaisance de la région PACA”, (UPACA).
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