Port Camille Rayon counts 841 mooring berths to welcome boats from 6 to 75m length on an area of water of 13 hectares.
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
- Water and electricity
- Service WI-FI
- Bathroom fittings and toilets
- Security cameras throughout the harbour
- Car Park
- Weather report posted in the port (Harbour office and North and South quay)
From this year 2021 , the port is undertaking a proactive approach to preserving biodiversity, by “protecting” birds and participating in the ecological restoration of Mediterranean inshore grounds.
(inside our port)
As regards land section, we will install nesting boxes throughout the port, for the conservation of species such as the Sardinian warbler, the common swift or the common tern …
For the submarine section, we will install several “Biohut” (biodiversity huts). A Fixed or floating modular system that provides shelter and food to young fish entering the harbour.