Over 650 craft of varying sizes (ranging from five to fifty metres), located in both Vieux Port (motor) and Port Canto (sail), will grace the event, and as usual, expect a number of world premiers from the industry’s biggest shipyards.
As per tradition, Vieux Port will be home to motor-power, with a range of petrol, diesel, hybrid and full electric craft ranging from 5 to 45 metres on show. Here, motor enthusiasts will find an exceptional variety of products, totalling more than 480 boats in the water and on land.
The Jetée will host the Super Yachts Extension (SYE) comprising of three floating pontoons which will feature thirty superyachts of over 24 metres.
Continuing on from the Super Yachts Extension, the Quai Max Laubeuf will present a number of large yachts including twenty catamarans up to 24 metres long and 12 metres in beam.
Vieux Port: Located in the heart of the city, Vieux Port is one of the oldest harbours on the French Riviera.
More than 40 small boats from 10 metres will also be exhibited on-water in the quay and around fifty small rigid and semi-rigid units from 5 to 10 metres will be exhibited on land.
The Quai Saint-Pierre will be the on-water home of the industry’s most stylish dayboats, motorboats, centre consoles and motoryachts, with the Pantiero quay showcasing a wide range of motoryachts up to 20 metres long.
|Location:||Vieux Port and Port Canto, Cannes|
|Dates:||From Tuesday 12 to Sunday 17 September 2023|
|Opening Hours:||Open every day from 10am to 7pm, Late night opening on Friday until 10pm, Closing at 6pm on Sunday|
This year’s e-tickets range from €31 for a single day, one person pass, to €1,375 for two people for 6 days with exclusive VIP services, including a courtesy car service provided by one of the Cannes Yachting Festival’s partners, Bentley.
Tickets are also available for boating industry professionals at a cost of €39 for a 4-day pass from Tuesday to Friday.
NB. Ticket sales will be exclusively online and no tickets will be sold at the Festival entrances.