Port de Port-Cros

Port de Port-Cros

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Localisation

Characteristics

Port Corps-morts
Mooring Corps-morts
VHF 72et 16
Water 20l/j/bateau au robinet de 18h à 21h
Phone
WC
Natural Park
Restricted
Anchorage prohibited

Description

Port de Port-Cros
2010-06-02
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Joëlle
Port de Port-Cros
2010-06-02
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Joëlle
Port de Port-Cros
2010-06-02
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Joëlle
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The "Stone Wharf" receives the transport companies that regularly use the island of Port-Cros from ports of Hyeres and lavandou. Two wooden piers are reserved for the yachts.

T. 04 94 01 40 70
F. 04 94 01 40 71
75 b. on pontoons
42 b. on anchor buoys (<15m)

In harbour and between Bagaud and Port-Cros: 5 knots speed limit.

2012/03/24
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Max
Le "quai de Pierre" reçoit les compagnies de transport qui desservent régulièrement l'île de Port-Cros à partir des ports d'Hyères et du lavandou.Deux appontements de bois sont réservés à la plaisance.

T. 04 94 01 40 70
F. 04 94 01 40 71
75 pl. sur ponton
42 pl. sur bouées de mouillage (<15m)


En haute saison ils ne prennent pas de réservation, il faut se présenter devant le port et les contacter canal 9 VHF.
2012/03/24
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Max / Olivier
Port de Port-Cros
Vue de Port Cros depuis le NW.
2020-06-12
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Anonymous
Port de Port-Cros
2021-07-17
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Olivier
Port de Port-Cros
Le pont A a gauche, le pont B à droite.
Les bateaux de moins de 12 mètres sont invités à occuper le pont A et toutes les places entre A et B.
Les bateaux de plus de 12 mètres doivent occuper la partie extérieure du pont B (sur la droite de la photo)
Des panneaux avec des flèches, ainsi que le personnel sur place en semi-rigide sont là pour vous guider.
2021-07-17
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Olivier
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Sites around Port de Port-Cros

Flying distances - Direct line

Île de Porquerolles

7nm
269°
Ile de Porquerolles  lies centered 3 miles SE of Ponte de l’Esterel. The summit of the island, located 1 mile from its E end, is 142m high and surmounted by a signal station.
9 Jul 11
Abu

Île du Levant

3.9nm
76°
Prohibited areas, the limits of which are shown on the chart, lie SW of Pointe du Titan (Ile du Levant) and extend up to 2 miles from the coast. These areas, which are used by French naval vessels, are not in force between July 1 and August 31.
Vessels are prohibited from approaching ...
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Atb

Île de Port-Cros

0.5nm
116°
Ile de Port Cros, lies close E of Ile de Bagaud, is mainly wooded and is the highest island of the chain. Its summit, 207m high, is surmounted by a building, with two white cupolas, which are visible from a considerable distance.
An islet, 63m high, lie 0.2 mile S of the S extremity ...
24 Mar 12
Max

Rade de Toulon

19nm
286°
Toulon is a large military harbour on the Mediterranean coast, with a major French naval base.The prevailing winds are from the NW (Mistral) and W. These winds may reach a velocity of Force 11. Winds from the E and SE, which are less frequent, are generally accompanied by rain squalls, ...
1 May 12
Muntza

Golfe de Giens

13nm
283°
Golfe de Giens is entered between Pointe de Carqueiranne and Pointe Escampobariou, 4.7 miles
SE. Pointe Escampobariou is the SW extremity of Presqu’ile de Giens, a peninsula, the W side of which is 118m high and surmounted by a tower.
The E side of this gulf is bordered by ...
30 Jul 13
Joëlle

Île de Bagaud (Îles d'Or)

0.8nm
281°
Ile de Bagaud  lies 5 miles E of the E extremity of Ile de Porquerolles. This island is 59m high, rocky, and is topped with thick trees.
Ile de Bagaud and Ile de Port Cros form a national park. Navigation, anchoring, and fishing are prohibited within 600m of the coastlines. ...
24 Mar 12
Max