The Port of Cannes provides a public boatyard area, with the equipment and skills to assist you to carry out work on your boat.
You are completely free to choose which service providers to use for your boat repairs and maintenance. The French Riviera Chamber of Commerce is not responsible for the works or material (ladders, scaffolding), although a list of tradesmen is available from the office reception desk.
The Port of Cannes is committed to environmental protection and is ISO 14001 certified.
Did you know ?
In a port, boat maintenance and other activities in the boatyard area are the main sources of toxic waste.
This type of waste includes rags, sponges, packaging, filters, spark plugs, acids, paints, solvents, out-of-date fuel, dredged sand ...
Toxic waste must be collected and treated separately, in order to prevent or reduce toxic effects :
Distress flares are considered to be especially dangerous waste. Under current regulations, flares are valid for 3.5 years. With out-of-date flares, there is a risk of spontaneous firing, if they are not correctly stored.
A "Waste Disposal Point" (Point Propre) is available in the boatyard area to allow safe disposal of toxic waste.