UN Port, comprising a beach, port and restaurant, is a private facility open to all members of the broad UN family.
The opening of UN Port and its use is subject to Federal precautionary measures. These will be published here shortly. It should be noted that the federal ordinance, which may change at any time, does entail additional costs in administering the facility. It also imposes capacity restrictions. During busy periods those with seasonal subscriptions will be given priority over those paying entry fees. However, UN Port is not in a position to provide refunds when access is not possible.
Subscription provides unlimited access during the season, as well as access to exclusive benefits such as free use of pedalos, paddle boards and inflatable boats. As a subscriber, you are also entitled to rent a locker for the season and to opt for boat mooring.
Family members may be enrolled as associate subscribers with discount prices.
Find your digital access cards and subscription information.
If you need to set up a password for the first time, use the "forgot password" option.
Active or retired staff members, interns, consultants, trainees and accredited correspondents of the United Nations Office at Geneva and other Geneva-based international organizations;
Members of permanent missions, diplomatic and consular corps, accredited to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other Geneva-based international organizations;
Active staff members of Geneva-based international NGOs.
You may find here the list of eligible organisations.
To access you will need to purchase a subscription (see above) or pay a daily access fee of 5 CHF. Accopmanied guests (non-UN / non-international Geneva) pay the same entrance fee plus a 1 CHF guest surcharge.
Interns of international organizations are exempted from the daily access fee upon presentation of their intern badge, but will not have access to equipment (pedalos, paddle boards) if not subscribed for the season.