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A MARINA (from Spanish, Portuguese and Italian marina, "coast" or "shore") is a dock or basin with moorings and supplies for yachts and small boats. A marina differs from a port in that a marina does not handle large passenger ships or cargo from freighters.

A marina may have refueling, washing and repair facilities, marine and boat chandlers, stores and restaurants. A marina may include ground facilities such as parking lots for vehicles and boat trailers. Slipways (or boat ramps) transfer a trailered boat into the water. A marina may have a boat hoist well (a traveling crane) operated by service personnel. A marina may provide in- or out-of-water boat storage.

Fee-based services such as parking, use of picnic areas, pubs, and clubhouses for showers are usually included in long-term rental agreements. Visiting yachtsmen usually have the option of buying each amenity from a fixed schedule of fees; arrangements can be as wide as a single use, such as a shower, or several weeks of temporary berthing. The right to use the facilities is frequently extended at overnight or period rates to visiting yachtsmen. Since marinas are often limited by available space, it may take years on a waiting list to get a permanent berth.

Marinas may be owned and operated by a private club, especially yacht clubs — but also as private enterprises or municipal facilities. Marinas may be standalone private businesses, components of a resort, or owned and operated by public entities.

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  • Berth Finder - since 1999. "Buy, Sell or Rent your marina berth, slip or mooring." BerthFinder.com is the worlds’s online berth, slip and mooring marketplace. We provide a platform for private individuals, brokers and marinas to rent or sell their marina berths, slips or moorings. Boat owners are therefore able to find the widest selection of marina berths, slips or moorings around the world, from coastal or inland (canal) marinas to berths, slips and moorings owned by private individuals.
  • List of marinas - Wikipedia.
  • MARINA - Wikipedia.
  • MarinaReservation.com - since 2015. "Book berths and get marina reservations." If you are planning your sailing trip and you are looking for marina reservations, slip rentals and marina docks then you are about to save some time and effort. On MarinaReservation.com you can search for the best marinas and find out all there is to know about the berth prices, mooring costs, dock fees, facilities and more.
  • MARINAS.COM - since 1996. World's marinas portal and directory. The world's largest selection of marine aerial photographs.
  • PORT FOCUS - since 1998. "Ports Harbours Marinas Worldwide." Looking for marine transportation links, maritime services, yacht and boat supplies, shipping cruise and sea freight links, bunkerfuels and bunkering, information about a port, harbour or marina? Choose country then select the port.
  • RIVIERA PORTS - "Cannes - Golfe-Juan - Antibes - Nice."
  • Saint-Tropez gets sinking feeling as number of yachts in its marina plunges - The Telegraph.
  • The 10 Best Marinas in the World - TheRichest.
  • The most popular and expensive luxury superyacht marina berths - Charterworld.
  • WORLD PORT SOURCE - since 2001. "World Port Source provides interactive satellite images, maps and contact information for 5,639 ports in 196 countries around the world."
  • Top 35 High-End (Super)Yacht Marinas
  • ACI Marina Split - "Adriatic Croatia International Club." Croatia. ACI marina Split, with the harbors of two sailing clubs, protected by solid rock breakwater from southerly winds and rough seas, offers a glorious view of Split and its center - Diocletian’s Palace. It is at ACI Marina Split that the Split Lungomare begins; the longest and most certainly one of the most beautiful promenades in the Adriatic. ACI marina Split was awarded the prize 'Tourist Flower - Quality for Croatia' for the third place in 2017 in the category of the best medium marina on the Adriatic, while in 2017 received the award for the second place. ACI marina split is also the winner of the prestigious Blue Flag Award. 355 berths. €1,001.
  • Albany MARINA - Bahamas. "From Albany Marina, cruise along the 700 islands and more than 2,000 cays that make up The Bahamas, discovering beaches, sport fishing destinations, snorkeling reefs and dive sites. Albany’s staff can arrange a variety of yachting excursions from deep-sea fishing to day cruises and mega-yacht charters." Features a 71-slip mega-yacht marina accommodating luxury vessels up to 300 feet or 91 meters. Albany’s berthing facilities offer the latest in amenities, services and dock design. Marina attendants are available seven days a week to provide provisions and docking assistance to vessels.
  • Atlantis Marina | Bahamas Marina & Yacht Harbor - Paradise Island, Bahamas. "Rivaling the legendary marina of Monte Carlo, Atlantis Marina is the premier facility in The Bahamas. This luxury yacht harbor accommodates vessels of up to 240 feet, and offers a variety of yacht and fishing charter services. Guests of Atlantis Marina enjoy all the features and services of Atlantis facilities." This luxury yacht harbour accommodates vessels of up to 240 feet. 63 berths.
  • Club NÀutic Porto Cristo, Mallorca - "Founded in 1969 by Mr. Joan Servera Amer, Club Nautico Porto Cristo has 222 moorings in the floating jetties and Jetty. Two docks are reserved for ships in transit. Offers owners of vessels take of electricity and water. He has bathrooms, showers, laundry, restaurant, weather information and a platform for repairs or maintenance of medium-sized vessels."
  • Ibiza Magna - Balearic Islands, Spain. "Ibiza Magna is a marina in Balearic Islands. Ibiza Magna is situated in Baluard de Sant Joan." Located right in the middle of the city at the foot of Dalt Vila. Yachts of up to 60 meters in length are welcome. 85 berths. €1,643.
  • Isle Del Sol Marina - Simpson Bay, St. Maarten. Offers a secure, gated entrance with a private bridge leading to 45 slips. Exclusively designed for the mega yacht industry during charter transitions or while visiting St. Maarten, Yacht Club Isle de Sol accommodates yachts ranging from 80 to 360 feet with max 20 foot draft. Each perfectly constructed concrete slip offers amenities that include grade A fuel, water, 220, 380, 480v single or 3-phase power supply, free satellite TV and free high speed wireless internet.
  • Marina Botafoc - Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. Located on the white island of Ibiza, Botafoc Ibiza is one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean with a total of 428 moorings. The port has a large shipyard, fuel station, as well as a large selection of restaurants and fashion shops. And of course, it’s great nautical offer of charter, sale, maintenance of all types of boats and nautical sports, complete the commercial offer of this marina.
  • Marinia di Porto Cervo - Sardinia, Italy. "Porto Cervo Marina is one of the most sophisticated and comfortable moorings are located in the Mediterranean Sea. The geographical location is ideal for anyone wishing to take a break in complete safety, as the port completely protected from the wind. All this ensures tranquility and relaxation to customers who want to make a holiday on the Costa Smeralda, which boasts many unique beaches and places of its kind in the name of quality and tradition. The complex of Marina di Porto Cervo is divided into two parts. The first, the East Pier, known as the Old Port, is located in the area of Porto Cervo; the second is instead the Marina Nuova, installed in the Marina Village and within which you can make use of modern and efficient piers. Porto Cervo Marina has at its disposal a rich workstation capable of accommodating a total of 700 places for boats ranging from 1 to 6 meters, all equipped with connection for water and electricity. Of these, 100 are finally dedicated to boats in transit." Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €2,574. Number of superyacht berths: 60. It also has a total of 700 berths available for small boats.
  • Marina di Portofino - "The Pearl of the Mediterranean." Province of Genoa, Italy. "The most famous harbour in the world is set in the middle of a natural promontory formed by the inlet of Portofino Bay and it reaches the small square of the village." Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €2,350. Number of superyacht berths: 14, as well as 2 places for Megayachts in Cannone Bay.
  • Marina Ibiza - Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. "More than a marina, it's a lifestyle," Marina Ibiza is a yachting and lifestyle destination like no other in the world. And an unforgettable experience. Mooring at Marina Ibiza means forming part of an exclusive environment at one of the best marinas in the Mediterranean. It’s all about letting time slip by and soaking up the energy and magic of Ibiza Island, concentrated in a truly unique port. 425 berths. Passeig de Joan Carles I, 20, 07800 Ibiza Town.
  • Marina Montenegro - "The marina tailored to your needs for boats of all sizes." Porto Montenegro Marina, or as some would refer to it just Marina Montenegro, is considered to be one of the best marinas in the Mediterranean. Many passionate boat owners and captains decided to choose our berthing & mooring options due to the advantages of our services and marina location itself. Numerous awards throughout the years gave us recognition but the true satisfaction of our superyacht marina success comes from the satisfied yacht owners.
  • Marina of Capri - located on northern shore of the Island of Capri, Italy, at Marina Grande. The marina is adjacent to the commercial port and both are located inside a natural bay which provides shelter from the wind; the marina is also protected by two stone breakwaters. The Marina of Capri is connected to the center of Capri town by a funicular, which transports passengers to the Piazzetta in four minutes. Near the marina, there are bus stops and taxi stands. Restaurants, cafés, and grocery shops are also nearby. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €2,900. Number of super-yacht berths: 10.
  • MARINA PEZ VELA - Quepos, Costa Rica - "THE MARINA HAS ONE OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR NATURAL SETTINGS ANYWHERE ON THE PLANET WITH RAINFOREST COVERED MOUNTAINS, TEEMING WITH WILDLIFE, CASCADING DOWN TO THE TURQUOISE WATERS OF THE PACIFIC."
  • Marina Port Vell - Barcelona, Spain. "An exclusive superyacht marina, a limitless experience." A marina for superyachts full of possibilities to enjoy every day, at any time of the year. Enjoy a unique experience at this first-class marina located in an iconic city. Marina Port Vell Barcelona offers excellent facilities, varied activities and personalized services, 24 hours a day. At the heart of a thriving, global city. Marina Port Vell boasts a unique position at the heart of this bustling, cosmopolitan city of limitless possibilities. Explore Barcelona’s breathtaking landscapes, captivating culture and Michelin-starred dining scene. And just a few miles away from Costa Brava. 151 fully serviced berths for power and sail yachts and superyachts of up to 190 metres. 24-hour security and mooring assistance. €1,084.
  • Miami Beach Marina - Miami, Florida, U.S.A. "Gateway to the Caribbean." Extraordinary luxury. The magic of Miami Beach is yours when you plan your waterfront stay at the Miami Beach Marina. Located adjacent to Government Cut, with no fixed bridges and plenty of deep water, Miami Beach Marina affords easy accessibility to great fishing…sailing…and cruising. Our 400 boat slips provide plenty of dock space for vessels up to 250 feet. Slips are complete with fresh water, electricity, telephone and cable hook-ups…with a courteous and professional staff focused on making your stay a quality experience. Make it your stop on Miami Beach! Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €883. Number of superyacht berths: 45.
  • Palm Harbor Marina - "State-of-the-art Florida Marina located in West Palm Beach." "Designed and programmed to delight Owners, Captains and Crew alike, this world-class South Florida marina welcomes the International yachting community with superior facilities, exceptional hospitality and available slips up to 250 feet. Ideally located in the heart of the Palm Beaches, you’re just steps from everything this premiere South Florida destination has to offer, including: eclectic dining, beaches, golf, shopping, entertainment and museums. Palm Beach International Airport and private aviation facilities are just 15 minutes away from the marina." 400 North Flagler Drive, Suite A, West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
  • Port Adriano - Urbanización El Toro, s/n 07180 Calvià, Mallorca, Baleares. Discover the exclusive marina designed by Philippe Starck. One of the most modern marinas in the Mediterranean and an exceptional base for superyachts. Great design with an array of premium services in a highly functional environment. The union of the talent of Philippe Starck and the experience of the Port Adriano team has achieved installations that have revolutionised the concept of marinas. An entire universe of conscious creation, work of the French creator Philippe Starck, can be found at port Adriano. Starck blurs the frontier between marina and the boat, creating direct contact with the sea and extending the experience of the yacht’s interior design to the quays; from the bollards to the woods chosen for the surfaces or the lamps of the piers, design is an essential part of Port Adriano.
  • Port Authority of Balearic Islands - Alcudia, Ibiza, Mahon, Palma and La Savina, Spain
  • Port Camille Rayon - Golfe Juan, France. "The New Port Camille Rayon, built in 1989, named after its founder Mister Camille Rayon, is dedicated to the yachting in particular to the deep see yachting. Perfectly sheltered, full of features and ideally located between Antibes and Cannes, in front of Lérins Islands, the port is flying 'Pavillon Bleu', for more than 20 years now. The Port Camille Rayon counts 841 mooring berths to welcome boats from 6 to 75m length on an area of water of 13 hectares. The depth in the harbour varies from 2 to 5 meters. The big yachts are moored on the Harbour’s office Quay and on the South quay." Accommodates superyachts with sizes of up to 75 meters. €1,100.
  • Port Hercule - Quai l'Hirondelle, 98000 Monaco. "Hercules Port is a natural bay at the foot of the ancestral rock of the princes of Monaco. It is one of the few, if not the only deep-water port of the French Riviera. It was used as a trading port by the Greeks and Romans but had the disadvantage of being poorly sheltered from the easterly winds. This prompted the erection of two piers in the early twentieth century which went some way to providing better protection. More recently, at the instigation of HRH Prince Rainier III, studies were conducted in the 1970s to better protect the stretch of water by placing, before the two existing piers, a new sea wall and a lee breakwater intended to provide the port with full protection from the swells of the eastern sector. These studies were to lead to the construction of a colossal structure 352 metres in length and weighing 160,000 tonnes at the foot of the Rock of Gibraltar. It has the unique feature of being semi-floating in order to conserve the marine fauna and flora. It was towed to the principality and moored at the foot of the rock. It was completed by a lee breakwater 145 metres in length. The new sea wall also makes it possible to welcome major cruise ships (up to 300 metres in length). Inside the original port, HRH Prince Albert II, who continued the work started by his father, wished to see the stretch of water undergo comprehensive redevelopment to make the port in Monaco the most modern and most practical marina in the western Mediterranean. This redevelopment enable large and luxurious pleasure craft to be welcomed in response to the development of ocean cruising." Average daily mooring fees for superyachts: €1,200. Number of superyacht berths: 20.
  • Port of Cannes - Côte d’Azur, France. "An exceptional place on the Cô d'Azur." Cannes, a port unlike any other in the world. Located in the heart of the city, the Old Port of Cannes awaits you on the sun-drenched French Riviera, offering leisure boating activities, cruises and boat trips. An unmissable feature of the Cannes landscape, this constantly evolving hub of activity is a bridge between the city’s glamorous side and its old quarter, Le Suquet. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €655. Number of superyacht berths: 35.
  • Port of Gustavia - St. Barts | Saint-Barthélemy. "Port De Gustavia, one of the most exclusive marinas, is located in Gustavia - the capital of the French island of Saint Barthelemy, Port De Gustavia is a full-service center. Saint Barthelemy, St. Barts for short, is an arid, volcanic rock of 20 km2 that became the favored Caribbean destination of the rich and famous. The capital Gustavia is built on a horseshoe shaped peninsula around a small, sheltered harbor flanked by ruined forts. The town has a distinctive appearance owed to the bright red house roofs. The charm of Gustavia lies in its architecture, from the vestiges of the Swedish era to various colonial-style houses, some painted in bright Caribbean colors." 100 berths. Max length 152 m. Max draught 7 m. Average daily mooring fee for super-yachts: €500. Number of superyacht berths: 15.
  • PORT OF NICE - Côte d’Azur, France. Located in the heart of the city, the Port of Nice is situated just 4 miles from the Nice Cote d'Azur International Airport and a few minutes on foot from the city's main tourist attractions. It is the only French port with an NGV (High Speed Ferry) service to Corsica. The island can be reached within 2.5-3 hours.
  • Port of Saint-Tropez - Côte d’Azur, France. "For us quality of service and customer satisfaction is all-important. It is based on this approach that we built our reputation and that we keep it runing. Your stay in Saint-Tropez begins when you arrive in the harbour. A friendly professional team is on hand every day of the year to ensure your stay with us goes smoothly. In summer, the Harbour Master’s Office monitors the VHF 24 hours a day. There is a service available from 8am to 8pm to help you moor your boat. In winter, the same services are available every day during opening hours from 8am to 12 noon and 2pm to 6pm. After you have moored your boat, please come to the Harbour Master’s Office to register. You will need the boat’s documents, insurance and, for commercial boats, the VAT exemption declaration. A hostess is available to give you all the information you require during your stay." Capacity: 734 berths. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €1,356. Number of superyacht berths: 30.
  • Port Pierre Canto - "Nested between lush greenery on the famous Croisette and the azure blue of the Cannes bay, Canto port combines glamour and calmness in an exceptional, renovated and modernized yacht area facing the archipelago of Lérins islands." Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France.
  • Porto Habacoa - "The newest superyacht marina coming to North America in 2024." Porto Habacoa will be the first dedicated superyacht marina in the Caribbean when she opens in mid-2024. Strategically located at the southwest point of the Great Abaco island in the Bahamas, Porto Habacoa will serve as a natural stopping point for superyachts travelling from the United States and through the Caribbean, as the island of Great Abaco lies just 160 nautical miles east of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and 50 nautical miles north of Nassau.
  • PORTO MONTENEGRO - "Superyacht Marina & Luxury Residences in Adriatic." Located in the UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro is an ever-evolving lifestyle destination. With a world-class, full-service marina, a wealth of luxury residences, a kaleidoscope of retail and dining outlets, working spaces and more, this is the point at which the curious connect in their pursuit for wonder and a life less ordinary is found.
  • Ports of Monaco - Hercules Port & Port of Fontvieille: booking & prices. "Hercules Port is a natural bay at the foot of the ancestral rock of the princes of Monaco. It is one of the few, if not the only deep-water port of the French Riviera. At the very heart of the residential area of Fontvieille, the marina offers full facilities for both amateur sailors who are simply passing through and longer-stay visitors. This haven of peace can accommodate up to 275 boats with a maximum draught of three metres. Leisure sailors have at their disposal all the services required for the proper functioning of a marina: water and electricity at each berth in addition to toilet facilities and showers."
  • Puerto BanÚs - Marbella, Spain. "Puerto Banús is one of the best-known nautical and tourist destinations in the world." An exclusive sailing and leisure port which is a benchmark in Europe, with a history going back nearly 50 years, Puerto Banús is focussed on a continuous process of growth and reinvention to continue offering experiences of the highest quality to its visitors. Each year, visitors are seduced by its sailing facilities, its unique luxury shopping possibilities and its enviable climate, with more than 300 days of sunshine each year and a gentle, agreeable temperature all year around. The sheltered area of Puerto Banús is 15 hectares, while its depth is between 6 and 3 meters deep depending on the docks, and over 7 meters at its mouth 80 meters wide. Puerto Banús has 915 berths for boats ranging form 8 to 50 meters in length. €2,069.
  • Rodney Bay MARINA - St. Lucia, West Indies. Considered one of the Caribbean’s leading centers for yachting and sport fishing, Rodney Bay Marina offers yachters 253 slips and a 4.5 acre boatyard, as well as excellent accommodations for megayachts up to 285 feet with drafts of up to 14 feet – all in a well-protected hurricane-safe haven. 253 total berths. 32 megayacht berths.
  • RYBOVICH MARINA - Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A. "Experience the Yachting Lifestyle at Rybovich." Rybovich is a full service superyacht marina and service facility in West Palm Beach, Florida with direct and unobstructed access from the Atlantic Ocean. The marina offers first class yacht facilities and unrivaled shore amenities. The Rybovich community is unlike any in the industry, providing a home away from home atmosphere that keeps our guests coming back every season. Rybovich is the preferred international location for service and refit. We have built a reputation for on-time and on-budget delivery. Yachts available for sale and charter all year round, at your leisure.
  • Setur Marinas - "The leading marina chain in Turkey..." One of the Mediterranean Basin's prominent chain marinas in Marina operations, Setur Marinas has a total of 10 marinas. Setur Marinas' experienced team assists its customers in many topics such as hotel and flight ticket bookings, tours, car rental, entry-exit formalities and yacht insurance in addition to customary marina services. Social areas such as shopping centres, markets and restaurants found at many of the Setur Marinas also offer guests the opportunity to have a pleasant time. Also, Setur Marinas is followed closely by other marina enterprises thanks to its innovative approaches to operational needs. Comprising Kalamiş, and Fenerbahçe, Yalova, Ayvalik, Çeşme, Kuşadasi, Marmaris, Finike and Kaş Marinas have been providing services at world standards to yacht owners sailing along the Turkish coast.
  • Town Marina - "The only public marina on the island of Palm Beach, the Town Marina has been providing berthing for power and sail yachts up to 260’ in length since the 1940s. The Town Marina is centrally located and only a short distance away from West Palm Beach, which has a multitude of fine restaurants, bars and shops. Our island location places you within walking distance of the world-famous Worth Avenue. For those looking to leave their yacht and travel further afield, the marina is closely located to main transport links including I-95 and the Palm Beach International Airport, and railways to Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Miami." 500 Australian Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
  • Yacht Haven Grande - "The premier marina facility for megayachts within the Caribbean! Located alongside scenic Charlotte Amalie Harbor in St. Thomas, USVI, the spectacular facility encompasses a 48-slip megayacht marina complemented by a shopping Galleria with over 80,000 square feet of retail space, exciting dining and entertainment options, recreational amenities and seaside residences. The Marina at Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas offers side-to berthing for yachts up to 450 feet and beyond; 18-foot concrete docks and piers; marina facilities dedicated to crew, owners, and guests including provisioning, catering, a nearby laundry, florist, and ships’ chandlery." €889. 46 total berths. 46 megayacht berths.
  • Yas Marina - Abu Dhabi. "Drop Anchor At Yas Marina." Yas Marina is regarded as one of Abu Dhabi’s finest superyacht marinas. Situated on Yas Island, it is established as the premier destination in the Middle East for yachting enthusiasts. With a dedicated member concierge, member & crew benefits program, vibrant shore-side destination, some of the lowest priced utilities in the world and flexible berthing options for yachts of all sizes, Yas Marina offers attractive packages for visiting yachts as well as competitively priced annual tariffs which include a berth during the FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX. Our 227 wet berth marina caters for yachts from 8 metres up to 175m in size and gives visitors access to pristine coastlines, uninhabited islands and the nearby cosmopolitan cities of Abu Dhabi and Dubai whilst offering the services and facilities you would expect from a world class marina. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €421. Number of super-yacht berths: 40.
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