The Pantiero holds motor units from 10 to 18 meters.
In the water: the Pantiero welcomes the smallest boats on its western section (alongside the area used by local fishermen), exhibited in the water: 10 to 12 meters, followed by the 12 to 15 meters including in-board / hors-board, open boats, sport fishing, day-boats, fly-bridge boats and fishing promenade.
Turning eastwards, the size of the boats increases and the visitor can discover the 14 to 18 meter boats, which then link to the yachts of the Jetée.
Opposite the Pantiero, the visitor can quickly reach the Quai Saint-Pierre via the large central pontoon and discover the Rib Area, which includes 70 semi-rigid boats over 10 meters.
On land: along the quays of the Pantiero are installed the shipyards. In the back alley, the equipment village and the nautical accessories, renowned for the richness, diversity and internationality of its content, is spread out along the entire length of the Pantiero on more than 4,600 m2.