THE WORLD’S BIGGEST SHIPYARDS
Each year, the Yachting Festival offers visitors and exhibitors a choice setting: in the bay of Cannes, just a stone’s throw from the old town and next to the Palais des Festivals, the Show stretches out over two harbours, Canto and Vieux Port.
Vieux Port, one of the oldest harbours on the French Riviera, each year welcomes prestigious exhibits presented by the world’s largest shipyards.
THE 7 SECTORS OF VIEUX PORT
Inaugurated in 2016, this area which is dedicated to luxury, craft and lifestyle brands, overlooks Vieux Port on the one side, and the bay of Cannes, la Croisette and the Lérins Islands on the other.
PALAIS DES FESTIVALS
The festival centre is dedicated to big names in luxury yachts.
Inside you will find shipyards, architects and designers, interior layouts, ready-to-wear clothing, accessories, tourism institutions and marinas, service companies (financing, banks, insurance…) and outside: the Tender and Toys area with the latest innovations.
THE SUPER YACHTS EXTENSION
The Super Yachts Extension holds boats of 25 to 55 metres.
In the water: here you will find the largest boats at the Show with a wide of choice of motor and sailing yachts. On land : shipyards, brokers, services…
La Jetée holds boats of 10 to 45 metres.
In the water: highly sought after by the largest international shipyards, this area exhibits the best the world has to offer in yachts and super yachts.
On land: shipyards, engines, propellers, thrusters, refitting, yacht transport, etc.
La Pantiero holds boats of 10 to 34 metres.
In the water: smaller upmarket motor boats. A range of boats including open, sport, fly and sport fishing.
On land: shipyards, equipment village, and nautical accessories (fishing, marine optics, etc.).
The Quai Saint-Pierre exhibits boats of 10 to 25 metres.
In the water: a wide range of large sailing and motor boats (traditional, open, fly…).
On land: shipyards, sailing and motor boat accessories, financing.
QUAI MAX LAUBEUF
The Quai Max Laubeuf shows 160 boats of 10 to 20 metres.
The history of the Festival itself started on this dock. Only 30 boats were exhibited back then.
In the water: sailing and motor boats.
On land: a village dedicated to inflatable and rigid-inflatable boats.