On your arrival at the Port, an agent will accompany you to your berth before you register at the Port Office. The staff here at the Port of Golfe-Juan are on hand to help you in any way we can, and offer assistance with mooring your boat. During your stay you will have access to a range of services: electric bike hire, power sockets, trolleys for your heavy items, weather forecasts, free Wi-Fi, water fountain, book sharing, launderette, board games, free lavatories and showers, and more.
Here at the Port of Golfe-Juan, we do everything we can to guarantee your safety: security agents on site 24/7, CCTV throughout the entire port, night patrols and a controlled-access system. There is also a permanent on-call service at the port.
Water samples are analysed six times a year by an accredited laboratory. The samples are taken from different places within the port. A water renewal system has been set up to ensure less water stagnates in the port, which in turn results in reduced turbidity. For vessels moored in the port, the most noticeable positive impact is the reduced amount of algae on hulls. Each year, the Port of Golfe-Juan also organises an operation to clean the body of water. The port’s pleasure boaters are welcome to volunteer in this operation.
At the Port of Golfe-Juan, special attention is paid to waste management. There are several collection points to dispose of your rubbish. Two waste disposal points for hazardous waste are available free of charge. Located on Quai Saint-Pierre and Quai Napoléon, they provide a way of collecting waste generated by maintenance and repair work carried out on vessels: bilge water, used engine oil, contaminated materials, etc.
To avoid any wastewater from boats being discharged into the Mediterranean, with the goal of preserving water quality and marine biodiversity, the Port of Golfe-Juan operates a pumping station for wastewater from vessels. Directly connected to the sewerage system, this free service is accessible at the reception quay for small and medium-sized leisure boats.
The Port of Golfe-Juan recently acquired a new lighting system. The objectives include: enhance the attractiveness of the site through harmonious lighting, create an ideal spot for an evening stroll, enhance your comfort and the overall security of the site and, lastly, reduce power consumption and light pollution.
The Port of Golfe-Juan has installed an anti-pollution boom. This boom allows us to close off the port entrance channel or contain even the largest vessel which can be accommodated by the port – 34 metres long and 8 metres wide. One major advantage is that it prevents any discharge into the sea from a damaged vessel.