Monaco - La Condamine - Port Hercule 

General Data


Dock Services


The Western Mediterranean Tourist Port.

A charming natural bay at the foot of the historic fortress that houses the royal palace of the princes of Monaco, Port Hercule, used since ancient times as a primary commercial port of call important for Romans and Greeks, is one of the few ports on the French Riviera to be on deep waters.

Structure of Monaco harbor.

The Hercule port is protected internally by two opposing piers, and, externally, by a counter pier and an imposing dam that made the quay well sheltered by the storms coming from the East.

The port has 700 berths, distributed on piers, for the sailing of sailboats and engines and yachts. 30 seats are intended for in-transit vessels.

The new dam (a floating semi-titanic structure) has a length of 352 meters and, in addition to perfectly fading the port water from the waves, can accommodate mega luxury pleasure yachts and long cruise ships up to 300 mt.

Profundity of depths

  • Outdoor jetty: 30 mt.
  • Outer Hrabour: 40 mt.
  • Pool: from 5 to 30 mt.

The mooring must be carried out with the stern at the dock and with anchor in bow. To access the port, follow the established path, bordered by buoys.

The fuel distributor and the shipyard area are located on the left side of the area.