Superyacht Marinas in the Mediterranean

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During your busy charter season or if the owner is on board make sure you visit one of these first class marinas in the Mediterranean

D-Marin Zea

D-Marin Zea is located in Piraeus in Athens and it is one of the finest superyacht marinas in the Mediterranean. The marina offers modern facilities and services and was totally renovated for the 2004 Olympic Games. The total capacity is 670 berths with both permanent and floating pontoons and moorings are available for boats up to 150 metres long. Zea Marina is one of the favoured marinas of crew, owners and charter guests as it is totally embraced by the city of Piraeus and there is an endless list of things you can do within walking distance from the marina. The marina operates all year round on a 24-hour basis.

37°56’02’’ N, 23°38’09’’ E
VHF 09
No. of berths 670

Max length 150m
Max draft 8m


Port Vauban

Combining heritage and modernity, Port Vauban stands out for its prime location on the French Riviera. Nestled in Antibes, between Monaco and St Tropez. With 1,500 berths set within secure and outstanding architectural heritage, Port Vauban is now engaged in a vast transformation programme through an architectural project of €135 million led by the Philippe Prost Architecture Studio. The first renovated buildings and quays of this project will be operational in the coming months, followed by new pontoons, entirely renovated quays and the brand new building of the International Yacht Club d’Antibes (IYCA) to be inaugurated at the beginning of the school year 2022.

43° 35.23’ N, 7° 7.72’ E
No. of berths 1500

Max length 170m
Max draft 7m


D-Marin Gouvia

D-Marin Gouvia was the first privately owned marina in Greece and is situated in Corfu, about six kilometres from the town of Corfu and seven kilometres from the international airport. The marina has a mooring capacity of 1,235 yachts, on both permanent and floating pontoons while there are also dry dock facilities for approximately 520 yachts. Gouvia Marina can gladly accommodate boats up to 80m long and with 5.5m draft, and offers a full range of technical boat services and dry docking facilities with two 75 and 65 ton travelifts and two 60 and 45 ton mobile cranes. The marina operates all year round on a 24-hour basis and is guarded by a private security company.

39°38’59’’N, 19°51’07’’E
VHF 69
No. of berths 520

Max length 60m stern berthing
Max draft 5.5m


Marina Punat

The oldest and most awarded marina on the east side of the Adriatic sea is tucked in a deep bay of Punat on the island of Krk. This nautical resort is well known for safety – both for its protected position and being the home of innovations in marine safety technologies. It is the home base to +1200 vessels with owners all over Europe. Conveniently located in the heart of Europe, with Rijeka Airport only 25 km away, Marina Punat is an excellent choice for guest boarding and provisioning. Located next to the Marina is the shipyard, perfect for medium-sized luxury yachts and superyacht maintenance, repair and refit and open all year round.

45°01,3’ N, 14°37,6’ E
VHF 17
No. of berths 70

Max length 40m
Max draft 3m


Porto Montenegro
Found in the heart of the beautiful Adriatic country of Montenegro, Porto Montenegro is a platinum-rated marina, yacht club and luxury residential village. The ethos of Porto Montenegro is ‘A life less ordinary’ and when you arrive and take in the panoramic backdrop of ancient mountains, turquoise cruising grounds, and dramatic coastline of the UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor, it’s easy to see why. With on going development, the full-service 450 berth marina will eventually hold 850 berths with 311 for superyachts and offers the perfect starting point for any charter to Croatia, Italy and beyond. Porto Montenegro continues to expand its amenities to offer guests a full- service marina and additional facilities. Most recently, they announced the opening of Europe’s newest superyacht refit facility Adriatic 42.

GPS 42˚26.03’N 018˚41.33’E
VHF 71
No. of berths 450

Max length 250m
Max draft 18m


Mid Harbour Marina
Gibraltar Port’s Mid Harbour Marina offers more than 500 metres of deep-water berthing for superyachts in the relatively sheltered inner harbour. With easy access for support services and vehicles, and reduced berthing fees for longer stays, Gibraltar is a ‘must stop’ port between the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Also on offer are a wide range of other services, including very competitive fuel clearance arrangements and crew visas and changes. Gibraltar Airport is a few minutes away from the marina and boasts daily links to several destinations within the UK, along with a variety of excellent private medical and dental facilities. Superb restaurants, bars and entertainment are also available locally where every need can be catered for.

36°8’5”N 5°22’5”W
VHF 71
No. of berths 6+

Max length 500m
Max draft 7m


Port Roses

The Marina of Roses is integrated into the urban area of Roses (Costa Brava) and serves 485 boats. There are 374 moorings for permanent mooring boats and the rest of the moorings are available for non-resident mooring boats. The perfect integration in urban space, its modern facilities and services and the traditional tourist attractions are the reasons why staying in Port of Roses is a pleasure for those who love sailing. It is in an optimal position to the northeast of the Bay of Roses and protected from the storms of the east by the Cape of Creus.

42º15,247N – 03º10,588E
No. of berths 374

Max length 45m
Max draft 6m