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Shaping the yachting industry of the future and strengthening the offer and appeal of our region in the South of France, to promote sailing, reception, refits and maintenance for large yachts. These are the key goals of Riviera Yachting Network and its member companies, as well as its professional, economic, institutional and political partners.
This involves sharing a vision of the yachting industry, with shared intelligence and shared resources.
This is about demonstrating the expertise and professionalism of a global territorial yachting offer.
Strengthening the business community’s ability to compete effectively, as well as safeguarding the yachting industry’s appeal in the region.
Riviera Yachting Network is made up of around 110 companies based along the Marseille to Menton coast, specialising in yacht refits, repair and maintenance, provisioning and related services.
Several figures illustrate the importance of the business sectors it supports. For over 20 years, Riviera Yachting Network has been committed to promoting the industry, structuring it, providing it with competitive advantages, and shaping the future of yachting in the South, France’s most popular region for yacht sailing. Around 6,000 yachts over 30 metres in length sail around the world.
now has a membership of over 110 companies, including 16 shipyards.
Originally founded in 2000, this is the age Riviera Yachting Network reached in 2020.
sails along the French Mediterranean coastline during the summer months.
in France generates a turnover of over 2 billion euros, more than half of which is generated in the South of the country.
of a yacht is spent each year on servicing and maintenance.
based along the French Mediterranean coast receive yachts.
Riviera Yachting Network would like to thank its financial partners
For over 20 years, Riviera Yachting Network has been committed to promoting the industry, structuring it, providing it with competitive advantages, and shaping the future of yachting in the South, France’s most popular region for yacht sailing.