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PORT FACTS


France Sète


French Riviera Marseille


Villefranche M Toulon Tarragona Castellón encia Ibiza Alcudia Palma Mahon La Savina artagena Palamós Roses Barcelona Cannes


Saint Florent I'ile-Rousse


Porto Torres


Sardinia Portovesme


S Nice Antibe Calv


Corsica O


La Goulet SETE, FRANCE Must see tourist attractions


• Montpellier / Chateau de Flaugergues/ Chateau de l’Engarran (30min)


• Pezenas – Moliere’s town/ Valmagne Abbey (30min)


• Canal du Midi (45min) • The Pont du Gard - Roman aqueduct (60min)


• Carcassonne (75min)


Sete, ‘the singular island’ Nicknamed, "Little Venice of Languedoc” due to its many canals, Sète is a destination renowned for its charm. Picturesque, authentic and lively, the town not only has all the amenities required to cater for its annual 400,000 holidaymakers and 45,000 residents, but also everything needed to entertain them, with numerous restaurants, museums and other places of interest. The Sète stopover provides you with several possible berths in secure and video-monitored areas (fenced and gated): • Right in the heart of Sete, 250mtr from the town centre: quai du Maroc (for ships up to 125mtr) and quai d’Alger (for ships up to 200mtr). Here guests are received at a bright, attractive, air-conditioned cruise terminal, offering Wi-Fi hotspots, a tourist information office, a store and currency exchange facilities. There is parking available for 12 tour coaches and a taxi stand. • Brand new Masselin and H berths can welcome larger cruise ships, offering new guests the


opportunity to discover the charm and authenticity of Sete, ‘the singular island’. Masselin: up to 250mtr. H berth: no length limit. The port provides shuttle buses to the exit of the port (5 min). The pilot station is equipped with a ship maneuvering simulator. With a wide variety of landscapes, traditions and features, the “Occitanie” region is an extraordinary haven to explore, discover and taste. Life is for enjoying in this bright, exciting region, where all the colors and contrasts of the South can be explored. 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites can be reached from Sete: Carcassonne, a magnificent medieval town; Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct; Canal du Midi; Gellone Abbey, Causses and Cévennes landscapes. And so much more: Medieval Aigues- Mortes and Pezenas, colorful markets, welcoming terraces, quaint villages and bustling towns: Narbonne, the home of Fauvism; lively Montpellier with its heritage city center and Roman Nîmes with its “Provençal” atmosphere, all bathed in the intense sunlight of the South of France...


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: Quai d’Alger: 200mtr, Quai du Maroc:125mtr, M1, M2, M3: 240/250mtr, H berth: no limit Width: no limit Draught: Quai d’Alger: 7.4mtr, Quai du Maroc: 7.4mtr, Masselin: 10mtr, H : 13mtr


Anchorage Available: yes, weather permitting Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes


Mailing Address Sète Cruise Club s/c CCI Herault 220 Avenue Marechal Juin CS 97004 34203 Sete Cedex France P +33 6 6166 5757 Wwww.sete-cruise.com


Tidal movement/range: none


Quays Total number of quays: 6 Total length of quays: 200+125+250+250+250+475 = 1,550mtr Quay depth: 7.4mtr, 10mtr, 13mtr Passenger terminals: 1


Distances/Transportation City centre: 200mtr Airport: 30 minute drive (highway)


Other Contact From May 1st 2018 Arnaud Rieutort, Port of Sete P +33 4 6746 3501


Main Contact


Catherine Lafon E lafon.catherine@ portsuddefrance-sete.fr P +33 4 6746 3502


From May 1st 2018 David Benezech E d.benezech@herault.cci.fr P +33 6 6166 5757


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Free shuttle service to city: yes, except from downtown cruise terminal


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 47,377 Total cruise calls 2017: 44 Total cruise lines 2017: 16 Turnaround port? no


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