You can reach Port Hercule by calling VHF12.
Port Hercule is also known as Le Port Hercules or Port de Plaisance Hercule and it is located in Monaco, on the French Riviera, being the only deep water port on this side of the coast. This marina receives millions of tourists each year that are attracted to this city's rich culture and the endless
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Port Hercule is located in Monaco-Ville.
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When approaching the port of Hercule, please call the authorities on VHF Channel 12, giving the name of your ship, her length and beam and the required duration of your stay. This will allow us to meet your requests. A Welcome: Quay at the base of the green, starboard, harbour light is available to boats of less than 15 meters length.
Pilot launches, to be found in the harbour, will show you to your berth and will hand you on Admittance Form. Pilots are available if required and are compulsory for all vessels more than 30 meters in length. This is applicable also to those vessels who have left the Port for more than one week. The pilot Office is open during the following hours :
- 1st May to 13 th September from 08.00 AM to 11.00 PM
- 1st October to 30 th April from 08.00 AM to 08.00 PM
Due to its configuration and depth, the Port d'Hercule does not have fixed moorings. To hold the bow of your vessel, it will be necessary to caste at least one anchor. Should you enter the Port during the night when the pilot station is closed, please berth along-side the Welcome Quay, provided the weather is suitable and your vessel is less than 15 meters in length.
If there are some vacant moorings please berth preferably at the Chicane Quay or at the Quaides Etatss berth suitable for your vessel will be assigned the next morning. It is not possible to reserve a berth in advance, however if you have a large vessel and wish to berth in Port d'Hercule please contact 24 hours in advance the Pilot Station on VHF Channel 12.
The Direction des Ports is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. You are requested to report to the Pilot Station on those days.
Electricity. Distribution boxes provide electricity to every berth (invoiced separately). You may connect your ship's electrical equipment to the following power :
- 6 kw three phase 220 volts (231 berths).
- 9 Kw single phase 220 volts (54 berths).
- 18 Kw three phase 220/380 volts (45 berths).
Plugs can be bought from shipchandlers in the Principality The cost of electricity is included in the berthing fees. Should the electrical equipment of your ship require one of the following power types :
- 36 KW three phase 220/380 volts (15 berths).
- 60 Kw three phase 220/380 volts (12 berths).
- 150 Kw three phase 220/380 volts (7 berths)
TV. Some berths are connected to the TV cable network of the Principality which broadcast 30 programs in French, in English and in Italian.
Restrooms. Port Hercule is equipped with 5 restrooms, 3 of which also have showers. The facilities are available: from the 1st May to 30th September from 08.00 hrs AM until 10.00 hrs PM; from 1st October to 30th April from 08.30 hrs until 12.00 hrs and 14.30 hrs to 18.30 hrs.
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
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