IGY Mediterranean

Porto Cervo Marina

Sardinia, Italy


700 Slips | 100 Megayacht Berths
Max Length: 393’ (120m)
Max Beam: No Restrictions
Max Draft: 29.5’ (9m)

Latitude & Longitude:

41°08’05.5” N | 9°31’41.5” E

Electric Services:

63 amp, 125 amp, 250 amp

VHF Channel: 9

T: +39 0789.905111
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Email: Porto Cervo Marina

IGY Sète Marina

Opening 2019 in Sète, France


21 Superyacht Berths
Max Length: 595’ (180m)
Max Beam: No Restrictions
Max Draft: 26’ (8m)

Latitude & Longitude:
43°24’07.3” N | 03°42’08.6” E

Electric Services:

125 amp, 250 amp, up to 600 amp

VHF Channel: 16

T: +44 (0) 7955 267444

Email: IGY Sète Marina



Mediterranean

Bordered by three continents and 22 countries is one of the most exclusive yachting destinations in the world. Come join IGY as new marinas are added to the list of luxury marinas throughout the world! Nowhere in the world are so many tourist destinations situated so closely together and France and Italy are at the top of the lists of places to visit.

Sardinia, Italy

Porto Cervo is beautiful village located on the northeastern corner of Sardinia that hosts one of Italy’s most luxurious ports. Porto Cervo, or Deer Port is named for the shape of the port upon which it was built in the 1960s. This sophisticated location offers something to satisfy everyone; from the crystal-clear water and pristine beaches to the resorts and restaurants offering mouth-watering cuisine and pampering. The area includes fortresses dating back to 1500 BC to be explored, a golf course surrounded by natural lakes and rock, or nightclubs where you can dance the night away.

Sète, France

Sète is known as the “Little Venice” of France due the many canals and waterways that pass through the town centre, linking the large inland lake with the sea. This creates a unique and interesting town that has a very longstanding maritime history. Sète is conveniently located near Montpellier, with its international airport, the medieval city of Carcassonne and the surrounding area is rich in local wines and food – especially seafood.

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