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Monaco Grand Prix - Cap D'Ail marina

Posted by susiepodd - Created: 14 years ago
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Posted by reinrev5 - 14 years ago

Stay sane (presuming you are) and give Monaco a wide berth between 19/05/04 PM and 24/05/04 AM


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Posted by stgeorge-182529 - 14 years ago

Why bother anyway - Ferrari don't have any competition to speak about , so what's the point ? Watch it on tele !



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Posted by Zeynep-183200 - 14 years ago

Hi Susie,

There is no fee for entering Monaco during the Grand Prix weekend. If you intend to keep your boat in the Cap d'Ail marina (IF there is place), I imagine there would be a charge. However, if you intend to keep your boat offshore and shuttle landside, there should be no charges.

Cap d'Ail is not Monaco, but the Marina is literally a stone's throw from Monaco. So from Cap d'Ail, you will be walking to Monaco - that is, restrictions on car access into the Principality will not be a concern for you. There is a bus stop very near the Cap d'Ail Marina just as you enter Monaco, in case you don't feel like walking.

Have fun :-)


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Posted by BLUEFIN-193689 - 14 years ago

You'll have no problem getting to Cap D'ail marina but expect traffic to be really bad.  Access to Monaco will be restricted - if you work there, take your work permit; if you live there - your carte de sejour will prove address for direction you are heading; otherwise expect to be diverted away from Monaco.  Don't expect to get into the port of Monaco by boat during the Grand Prix without paying out a small fortune - that's if there's any space left. bluefin

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Posted by lob-189383 - 14 years ago

sounds like bishop to me.will be busy as hell but never heard of paying 1k to get into monaco.