This Saturday, December 8th took place a conference on the Maritime Heritage of the Gulf of Saint-Florent
Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 10H will be held a presentation of the Maritime Heritage Gulf of Saint-Florent à, in the chapel of St. Anthony, at the foot of the Citadel, organized by the association of “Friends of Agriate” and the Center of Nautical Archeology.
The marina of Saint-Florent will be present at the Paris Boat Show from Saturday 8 to Sunday 16 December 2018.
We will be waiting for you at the exhibition center – Porte de Versailles
Hall 1 – Stand CORSICA – N ° 1G27
More information on the boat show by clicking here.
We look forward to seeing you !
This Tuesday, November 20, 2018, the director and agents of the port of Saint-Florent welcomed the representatives of the marine park of Cap Corse and Agriate, C.E.D.R.E. (Center for Documentation, Research and Experiments on Accidental Water Pollution) and D.D.T.M., who analyzed the possibility of installing a pollution control barrier at the port entrance.
Press article from the newspaper “Le Marin” published on Thursday 6 September 2018
The port of Saint-Florent has applied for funding from the Office of the Environment for the study of the installation of 3 mooring boxes.Read More
For the third consecutive year, the marina of Saint-Florent hosted on Sunday evening the last stage of the Corsica Classic. Organized for the 9th edition, this magnificent regatta of old rigs in the Mediterranean has made a tour of Corsica through a dream course between Ajaccio and Saint-Florent since August 24th.
Skipper of the “Mister Fips”, a beautiful vintage wooden sailboat and in the spirit of tradition, Yann Le Bunetel is a regular in the regatta for five years. He recounts his experience.
Report of France3Corse ViaStella on the port of Saint-Florent.
The 2018 season seems to be flourishing in the marinas of the island. While attendance is on the rise in Ajaccio and Bonifacio displays full in Saint-Florent, the largest marina in Corsica, overnight stays have increased by 6% compared to last year.