Welcome to Port Yasmine Hammamet

A Port made for you

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Port Yasmine Hammamet

If you check for a mooring place in a marina in Tunisia, the Yasmine Hammamet port is the solution. Yasmine Hammamet port will give you all accomodations needed for boating.
Yasmine Hammamet port, with its proportions and technical characteristics make it the most important marina of Tunisia and one of the southern coast of the Mediterranean.
Yasmine Hammamet port offers you assistance 24 hours a day throughout the year.
Yasmine Hammamet port has a modern capitainerie, more than two kilometres of pontoons and docks, more than seven hundred berths providing drinking water and up to 600 amp of electricity, a shipchandler and almost one hectare area for the shipyard, his travel lift is 150 tons capacity.


  • Tunisian harbors discovery offer

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    Discover tunisia from on harbor and benefit from  a discount of up to 25%  on your mooring costs.. This offer is an invitation to discover tunisia beyound the quays and pontoons. Each stopover will allow you to discover a region with a contrasting landscape rich in heritage and traditions. In short four dreams destinations not to be missed.  

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    The fourth edition eurafrica cup 2021 international habitable raid trophy off shore sailing will be host port yasmine hammamet from june 25 to 30 2021. For those interested please contact the coordinators : - Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloakd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addyd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999 = 'eurafrica.cup' + '@'; addyd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999 = addyd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999 + 'gmail' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_textd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999 = 'eurafrica.cup' + '@' + 'gmail' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloakd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999').innerHTML += ''+addy_textd329f06eba49ba856612272b4fdda999+''; - Italie : M. Riccardo Cefalù +39 3357470737 - Tunisie : M. Samir Chalfouh +216 20375746

Notice to Mariners

  • Covid-19

    Conditions of entry into Tunisian territory

    From May 3rd 2021, travellers entering Tunisia must respect the following health measures:

    • Present a negative PCR test at Covid-19, performed less than 72 hours before the first boarding. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this testing requirement;
    • Submit, upon arrival in Tunisia, to self-isolation at their own expenses in an approved hotel for a period of 7 days; (full list of establishments are on the link down)
    • On the 5th or 7th day of self-isolation a PCR test has to be done, at the expenses of the traveller (indicative cost: 170 Tunisian dinars).
    • Fill out the mandatory information requested on the websitehttps://app.e7mi.tn/travelers/add, then print and sign the two documents generated by the application: the health card and the commitment sheet that will be given to the Tunisian health services on arrival.

    However, are exempt in an approved hotel confinement:

    • Travellers vaccinated against COVID-19 or those who have contracted COVID-19 and have received a dose of vaccination;
    • Unaccompanied minors, or minors accompanying people vaccinated against COVID-19;
    • Travellers coming for medical care in Tunisia, in accordance with current procedures and in coordination with Tunisian health authorities;
    • People with special needs (disabled and/or elderly) who need assistance with their daily activities;
    • Tunisian and foreign diplomats;
    • Official delegations coming for work assignments of less than five days.
    • These categories of travellers are subjected to a rapid COVID (TDR-antigen) test upon arrival. If the test on arrival is positive, the traveller will be referred to a COVID-19 isolation centre.

    As of April 19th 2021, passengers on charter flights or those who have subscribed to an organized trip ("Inclusive Tour/Package Travel") must comply with the following specific measures:

    • Presentation, on arrival, of the result of a negative PCR test carried out no more than 72 hours before boarding;
    • Commitment to stay in groups ("cohorting") and to strictly respect the Tunisian health protocol from arrival in Tunisia, through tourist transport, accommodation and travel, both inside and outside tourist accommodation establishments.
    Health measures in force in Tunisia

    From May 3rd 2021, the following health measures are applied on Tunisian territory:

    • Curfew 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. every day throughout the country;
    • Motor vehicles and public transport are prohibited from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., except in cases of absolute necessity.

    Governors also have the ability to isolate areas classified as clusters and at very high risk.

    Tunisian government has announced the strengthening of measures to control the wearing of masks in closed public spaces and transport with the closure of establishments that do not comply with health protocol and the imposition of a fine of 60 Tunisian dinars for violators. Private and public parties, weekly markets, forums and conventions are prohibited. Only the terraces of cafes/restaurants can remain open.

    Courses in primary and secondary schools are suspended, universities apply distance education, except for those affected by national competitions where courses are provided in person.

    A green number has been opened by the Tunisian Ministry of the Interior for anyone wishing to inquire about these measures: 00216 80 10 11 11.

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