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Harbour office & guide

Harbour office & guide

The role of the Harbour Office is to ensure compliance with the various regulations in matters of port operations and security.

It works in four main areas:

  1. The water police especially in the framework of the Maritime Traffic Service (or VTS - Vessel Traffic System),

  2. Security, the police of dangerous goods and the preservation of the port environment,

  3. Operation and conservation of the port public domain: placing of vessels on the wharf and protection of port structures,

  4. Port security.


Commander of the Port

Amaury de Maupéou

Commandant de Port - Amaury de Maupeou


East Bassins Harbour office

Fonction Name Mail Phone
Head of department Philippe AFFRE  philippe.affre@marseille-port.fr  +33 (0)4 91 39 42 40
Ship Station Scheduling Office   off.port-pn.mlle@marseille-port.fr +33 (0)4 91 39 46 41

West Bassins Harbour office

Fonction Nom Mail Télephone
Head of department Franck Meyronin  franck.meyronin@marseille-port.fr  +33 (0)4 42 40 60 41
Ship Station Scheduling Office   offport-pnpdb@marseille-port.fr +33 (0)4 42 40 60 35
Dangerous Goods office   dangerousgoods@marseille-port.fr +33 (0)4 42 48 65 95
Management of the Ship Operating Waste Plan    wastedéclaration@marseille-port.fr  +33 (0)4 42 48 65 95

Port Information Guide

This guide has been designed for use by Masters of Ships, Shipowners, operators, agents, publishers or any other person interested in nautical information

A ship’s stopover requires the application of certain rules concerning maritime safety and commercial operations. You will find them in detail in this document.

They set out the safety measures to be followed during manoeuvres and the time of your stopover in the port, as well as the safety instructions in case of a port disaster, such as fire, pollution or waterways. Not to mention the assistance of those in danger.

You will also find...

practical information and advice that we hope will make your stopover as pleasant as possible.

We also want this guide to be an element of dialogue and look forward to your comments, problems encountered, suggestions and wishes.

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The Port of Marseille-Fos makes every effort to establish and maintain the contents of this document up-to-date, accessible, error-free and as complete as possible, but the accuracy and completeness of its contents cannot be guaranteed.

The Port of Marseille-Fos assumes no responsibility for the accident and/or the consequences of errors, faults or incomplete data or any other omission in connection with the information provided by this document.

In the event of discrepancies or inconsistencies between this document and the applicable legislation, including the Port Authorities, the latter shall prevail.