Covid-19 : Travellers’ Advice

Dear Boaters, we want to share with you a travellers’ advice. For us, your health is very important and that’s why we kindly ask you to inform the Harbour Master Office, during your boat trip, if you recently made a trip in critical countries and/or if you have been in contact with a Coronavirus infected … Continued
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Concrete action against marine pollution

Polluted, yes, though the oceans have not been abandoned. Street surfers who clean the oceans, the “7th Continent Expedition” schooner and “Manta” waste collection ships, let’s discover these citizen initiatives, among many others, fighting marine pollution. Thabo and Mokete are street surfers. Every day, these two unemployed residents of Johannesburg collect recyclable products they find … Continued
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Posidonia, keystone of the Mediterranean marine...

Strictly protected at the French, European and International levels, posidonia seagrass have decreased by 10% in a century. Why is Posidonia so important? Because it plays a primary role for : • Providing nursery and feeding areas for fish, • Water purification, • Coastal protection against erosion, • The fight against global warming Boat mooring … Continued
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The right actions to protect our seas and oceans

Do we need to be reminded that our oceans are gradually deteriorating, in silence, in a manner as dramatic as the disappearance of the Amazon forest beneath the flames? While powerless when confronted by this tragedy, we can take action, every day, to protect our oceans. I don’t throw anything into the sea or nature. … Continued
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Taking action to preserve our seas and oceans

5.5 million tons of surface waste in the Gulf of Lions (IFREMER, August 2000), 10,000 tons of plastic in the Mediterranean each year (World Wildlife Fund), the threat of the disappearance of posidonia, the “ocean’s lung”… It is time to act. Focus on initiatives being taken by Sea Plastics and Ecogestes Méditerranée. Changing our habits … Continued
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Biohuts to preserve marine biodiversity

On May 28th, Maud Fontenoy was at the port of Cap d’Ail to officially hand over to Michel Perrin the “Port Propre Actif en Biodiversité” certification, obtained from, and delivered by AFNOR in January 2019. With this trophy, the Vice-President of the Southern Region, in charge of sustainable development, energy and the sea, rewarded the … Continued
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Harbour of Cap-d’Ail, certified as a “Clean...

Preserving aquatic areas, protecting the environment and acting to support sustainable development have always been at the heart of our preoccupations. Which is why the harbour of Cap-d’Ail is proud to have obtained in 2019 : – renewal of European “Clean Harbours” certification, initially acquired in 2015, which rewards our commitment and efforts ; – … Continued
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Welcome to the Biohut® project

The Port of Cap d’Ail has set itself the objective of being an active player in the protection of the environment and biodiversity, wishing to become exemplary. For this reason, we are pleased to announce the installation of 51 Biohut® nurseries in the Port of Cap d’Ail! Biohut® is an artificial habitat, installed along quays … Continued
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The Port NEWSLETTER

We are happy to share with you the first Newsletter of the Port de Cap d’Ail! It is a tool to keep you informed about every news and event that take place in our Marina. You can read it online HERE   If you prefer the paper version, come to visit us at the Capitainerie! Enjoy! … Continued
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New service: contactless payments

We are glad to inform you that the contactless payments are available at the Port de Cap d’Ail. You can find the service at the Harbor Office (Capitainerie), at the automatic payment point of the parking and at the exit barriers!
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