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French Riviera Marseille


Villefranche Savona Toulon amós Roses arcelona cudia Mahon


Sardinia Portovesme


Cannes Nice Antibes


Saint Florent I'ile-Rousse


Calvi


Corsica Porto Torres


La Spezia Livorno


Bastia


Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


Oristano Castellammare di Cagliari Palermo Bizerte La Goulette Tunis MONACO Trapani Porto Empedocle Must see tourist attractions


• Casino of Monte-Carlo (10min walk) • Old town with Prince’s Palace (15min by bus)


• The Oceanography Museum (15min by bus)


• The Exotic Garden (20min by bus) • Discover the city by train (daily 30min duration)


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr Anchorage Anchorage


Available: yes Available: yes


Maximum ship dimensions for berth: Length: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: no limit


Ship tenders allowed: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes idal movement/range: 1mtr


Tugs available: no


Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Mailing Address Société d’Exploitation des Ports de Monaco 30, Quai l’Hirondelle BP 453 98011 Monaco Cedex


E info@ports-monaco.com Wwww.ports-monaco.com


Monaco's harbour - called Port Hercule and located in the heart of the city - offers new facilities on a 352mtr long uniquely- designed semi-floating breakwater. The breakwater provides berthing for cruise ships with a maximum length of 300mtr (68,000gt) or two 150mtr long, and a third cruise ship on the offshore side when the weather is fine. This floating pier also contains a passenger terminal and 300 parking spaces on four levels. Since the 1850's some of the world's greatest architects have left their mark in Monaco and the surrounding area. Charles Garnier designed the Monte- Carlo Casino while Gustave Eiffel built a sumptuous villa in Beaulieu and also contributed to the Winter Garden at the Hotel Hermitage. Visitors follow in their footsteps while strolling around the


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Quays Total number of quays: 1 longside - stern to quay Total length of quays: 325mtr Quay depth: 7.5mtr Passenger terminals: 2


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Other Contact Colette Borgheresi Cruise Manager


E cborgheresi@ports-monaco.com


E drealini@ports-monaco.com P +377 9777 3000 F +377 9777 3001


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Distances/Transportation City centre: 500mtr Airport: 20km Free shuttle service to city: Buses, Electric


Principality and along the Med coast. Admire the classic almost baroque facades. Behind the multicoloured mosaics, one can catch a glimpse of a bygone age. Some of the greatest names in the world of art and culture have sought inspiration in Monaco. One name that springs to mind is Le Corbusier. Our era has seen a new passion for creating gardens and open spaces. With a total surface of 195 hectares, the Principality is keen to preserve its greenery against the advance of urbanisation. Until the 19th Century there were secret gardens located in monasteries. The green revolution started in the public realm in 1863 with the creation of the gardens around the Casino that are still in existence today.


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


boat to casino sector, Helicopter to Nice airport


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 168,017 Total cruise calls 2017: 166 Total cruise lines 2017: 21 Turnaround port? yes


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Main Contact


Daniel Realini Deputy Executive Director


Anco Portoferraio Ita Civitavecch


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