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Yacht Brokers Port de Cap d’Ail
Port de Cap d’Ail: Certified “Clean Ports” since December 2015, the port of Cap d’Ail has all the equipment necessary for the preservation of the environment and the recycling of specific industrial waste. The certification was possible thanks to the major work carried out to bring the shipyard fairing area up to environmental standards. This port stands out with the installation of around fifty “Biohut” devices and has obtained the “Clean ports active in biodiversity” certification.
It is also particularly the environmental proximity of Monaco, the Louis II stadium, its shopping centres and luxury residences that characterises the port of Cap d’Ail. The Cap d’Ail marina company manages 265 berths with a maximum length of 65 meters and a maximum draft of 15 metres.
Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
We also operate from Port de Cap d’Ail. The oldest documents attesting to the etymology of Cap d’Ail seem to date back to the 15th century. But the history of this small town, after many vicissitudes and attachments to various local powers, is intimately linked to that of its neighbour: Monaco. Cap d’Ail has never had a definite maritime vocation, even if the cove of La Mala was able to serve on several occasions as a discreet shelter for the galleys who came to dump their armed men during attacks on the Principality.
It was not until 1880, when the road linking Nice to Monte-Carlo was opened that Cap d’Ail really took off, following in this the other resorts on the Côte d’Azur opening up to tourism. luxury in the context of the Belle Époque. This link with Monaco has continued to strengthen since the port of Cap d’Ail, like the Marquet beach which adjoins it, were built in the wake of the Cyclopean construction of the port district and the Fontvieille sea wall and of their 220,000 m² created ex nihilo.
Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, Madrid local time. Available for international calls and WhatsApp calls.
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