Harbour sheltered from all winds except for outer port which is exposed to E.
654 berth incl. 246 visit.
The shore of the bay between the two harbors is fronted by numerous
prominent buildings and hotels. The town of Cannes stands at the foot of
the hills, which rise from the N shore of the Golfe de la Napoule.
Anchorage may be taken, in depths of 12 to 35m, mud and weed, within a designated area, the limits of which are shown on the chart, lying 0.5 mile S of Cannes. The anchorage is used by cruise ships.
2. Douches - Toilettes
3. Poste de sécurité
5. Conteneur à huile
7. Gare routière
8. Office de tourisme
Port abrité de tous vents sauf l'avant-port exposé au vent d'E.
T. +33 4 92 98 70 20
F. +33 4 92 98 70 01
654 pl. dont 246 visit.
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Vieux Port de Cannes
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