With a berthing fee of 4 thousand euros per day, the port of Ibiza Magna is the most expensive marina in the Mediterranean. They are followed by, the Marina of Portofino, with a share of 2,751 euros, the Marina Grande of Capri with a cost of 2,750 euros and the Porto Cervo Marina in Sardinia with a price of 2,564 euros.
This is according to the survey conducted by Engel & Völkers Yachting, which compares 2018 base prices of daily mooring costs for a 55-meter yacht during the peak season in the most exclusive Mediterranean locations.
The ports of Saint-Tropez and Marbella ranked fifth and sixth, with daily berth fees exceeding 2,000 euros.
Despite slight price increases in 2017, berthing fees in the most exclusive ports in Cyprus, Croatia, Monaco and Turkey still remain well below 2 thousand euros.
The Limassol marina in southern Cyprus ranks seventh with a fee of 1,533 euros. In eighth position is the ACI Marina Split on Croatia’s Adriatic coast at 1,413 euros per day.
In contrast, Monaco’s Hercules Port, the second marina on the French Riviera in the ranking, ranks ninth, with a mooring cost of 1,095 euros per day. Finally, closing out the top ten is The Netsel Marmaris Marina in the Turkish port of Marmaris with a basic daily rate of 1,054 euros.