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Cruise amongst 73 prestigious marinas throughout Europe

If your homeport belongs to the TransEurope Marinas network, you can cruise amongst 70 yacht harbours based across 10 countries, each offering an outstanding level of comfort and service. Your TransEurope Marinas membership will give you a 50% discount off berthing fees for up to 5 days in each destination.

Have a look through the list of members for some inspiration for your next voyage!

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  • Quinta do Lorde 1

    Quinta do Lorde Marina

    Quinta do Lorde Marina was opened in November 2002 and is part of the splendid Quinta do Lorde Resort. Its privileged location on the Ponta...

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  • Kos Marina TransEurope

    Kos Marina

    Opened in 2001 and proud holder of the Blue Flag since then,  Kos Marina is the first Greek marina to join the TransEurope Marinas...

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  • MarinaDavilaAerea

    Marina Davila Sport

    Marina Davila Sport’s aim is to offer its clients a global service in the field of yachts and sport boats. Fitted with exemplary facilities,...

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  • LA Rochelle 1

    Port de Plaisance de La Rochelle

    Europe’s largest marina, the Port de Plaisance de la Rochelle on France’s Atlantic coast includes no less than 5057 berths thoroughout the old port...

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  • Phare 044[2]

    Perros-Guirec Marina

    Discover a dream stop over!  Perros-Guirec marina: is situated in the heart of a wonderful natural environnement : Pink Granite Coast, Seven Islands Nature...

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  • Cowes Yacht Haven - TransEurope Marinas

    Cowes Yacht Haven

    Cowes Yacht Haven is a world-class marina right in the heart of Cowes on the Isle of Wight. In fact, you can get from...

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