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 port of Morlaix

port of Morlaix

Marina in Finistère
A CHARMING PORT IN THE HEART OF A HISTORIC CITY It is accessed by sea by going up the Morlaix river: wide open to the vast seascapes of the bay, the estuary narrows as it twists and turns between high green banks, to the locks that keep the port afloat . Bordered by trees and tall stone houses, dominated by the viaduct, the port runs alongside the magnificent 18th century buildings of the old Morlaix tobacco factory. The port of Morlaix is ​​very accessible by TGV. Bars, shops, pretty boutiques, cinemas, theater, museum, large market on Saturday mornings… Morlaix is ​​a town where you will enjoy staying! It is a very good starting point to visit the whole surrounding country . SAFE SHELTER Protected from meteorological hazards by its location in the hollow of the hills and at the bottom of the estuary, the port of Morlaix offers more than 200 berths, on pontoon or quay, and all the resources of a modern and technical port. The port receives any vessel up to 3 m draft. The locks of the port of Morlaix are open 1h30 before PM, during PM and 1 hour after PM. As the river has no luminous markings, the port of Morlaix is ​​not accessible at night. At the locks, a port agent awaits you and tells you where to moor. You are surrounded by experienced professionals, who will be able to advise and help you if necessary. A place to stay for a long time!
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Aber Wrac'h marina

Aber Wrac'h marina

Marina in Finistère
The Aber Wrac'h marina (named after a coastal river whose estuary is located there) is located on the town of Landéda, on the northern coast of Finistère, 25 km north of Brest. If it is home to year-round boats, the port of L'Aber Wrac'h is also considered the ideal stopover for sailors transiting between the Channel and the Atlantic as those who practice coastal cabotage. It is the only port in deep water between Brest and Morlaix. The marina of L'Aber Wrac'h has 222 berths, including 70 places for "visitors". In addition, mooring on buoys is possible (20 buoys reserved for visitors and 10 for seasonal workers). A range of technical services is also offered (boat launch, fuel station, electrical terminals, fairing area and crane, sanitary facilities). Shops are located nearby, as well as beaches, which allows boaters to visit the Pays des Abers and enjoy an authentic environment and dotted with remarkable views. The captaincy is open from Monday to Friday from September to June and every day in July and August. All information on +33 2 98 04 91 62. Note also that are located on the port a sailing school and a nautical center (information +33 2 98 04 90 64), a diving club (contact +33 2 98 04 81 22) and the Yacht Club des Abers (information +33 2 98 04 92 60).
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Capitainerie du port de l'Aber-Ildut

Capitainerie du port de l'Aber-Ildut

Marina in Finistère
Life at the port Fjiords in Brittany! We say here Abers. There are three remarkable ones that La Manche seems to have carved in granite: the Aber Ildut, the smallest, is very beautiful (Le point, October 20005). Equipment 490 places including 40 professionals. 16 visitors on a buoy as well as 75 meters of pontoons. Access to the port Port in deep water on its first half, accessible in all weathers while being careful in strong swells on the holding of the course in the channel. Half of the port dries up in spring water. Dry docks at low seas. Day approach: The alignment of the Brélès bell tower with the Lanildut bell tower at 78.5 is hampered by trees from the Lieu turret. The Lanildut water tower is painted yellow. After the port turret "Le Lieu", go towards the entrance (starboard stake and port pole). We successively identify: - The Beg ar Groas starboard beacon - Men Tassin's port beacon - The building bearing the Crapaud directional light, to the north (Roz lighthouse), above the north dike. - The “Roche Cambarell” port beacon near the slipway perpendicular to the Lanildut channel (to the north). Navigate with the engine (sails lowered) as soon as the two entry poles pass. Port schedules October to May: Tuesday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. June to September: 7/7 Tourist Info - A little history: If the Aber Ildut was in antiquity a tin mining site (Saint-Renan), in the 14th century and until the beginning of the 17th century, it became a coastal shipping port very active (wine, canvas, salt) especially between Spain and England. In the 19th century, the port's activity was based on the trade in granite extracted from the banks of the Aber, then developed an intense activity linked to algae: harvesting, burning in seaweed ovens, finally, treatment in soda refineries. The towns bordering the site preserve the vestiges of this past.
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Captaincy of the Port of Lorient La Base

Captaincy of the Port of Lorient La Base

Marina in Morbihan
The port of Lorient La Base is designed and equipped to accommodate nautical professionals, nautical events and large vessels such as monohulls and multihulls in Offshore Racing. Berths Port reserved for nautical professionals and offshore racing teams. After the departure of the Germans at the end of World War II, the Submarine Base was used by the French Navy until 1997, when the last classic submarine left. Lorient Agglomeration recovers a 26 hectare site with 1200 meters of seafront. Started in 2001 with a call for projects, the conversion of the Submarine Base by Lorient Agglomeration began with the construction of the Cité de la Voile Eric Tabarly (opened in 2008) and the reception of the first offshore racing boats . It is a real pole dedicated to yachting which is installed with: development of the lake reserved for racing and nautical professionals fitting out of racing team buildings Today, the former military site is synonymous with sailing races but also with economic development with the Kéroman water sports park and tourism linked to the Cité de la Voile Eric Tabarly and the La Flore submarine. The location of the offshore racing pole makes it possible to navigate under cover as far as Groix and in open sea conditions after Groix . The depth of the harbor offers water for larger drafts. You can enter and leave Lorient harbor at any tide time .
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LE PORT DE PLAISANCE DE CONCARNEAU

LE PORT DE PLAISANCE DE CONCARNEAU

Marina in Finistère
A stopover in Concarneau means choosing to stay in the heart of a town full of character, classified as a “Town of Art and History”. The port basins are structured around a fortified city: the “Ville Close”, the second most visited historical monument in Brittany.Easy access day and night thanks to a very complete markup, passing boats are welcomed exclusively in the outer harbor, on a "visitor" pontoon with 54 places on catways as well as for couples, inside heavy pontoons. In the immediate vicinity, as soon as you leave the pontoons: The many and varied shops, quality catering, markets, a visit to the "Ville Close" and its Heritage House, the fishing museum, the Marine Biology Station and its Marinarium… You will enjoy strolling along the quays to the lively fishing port and its auction. The team of the port, competent and at your service, will do everything possible to offer you a quality stay. A PORT IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Stopping over in Concarneau, means choosing to stay in the heart of a charming town, renowned as a “Town of Art and History”. The port dockbasins are built around a walled city: “La Ville Close", the second most visited historical monument in Brittany. Easily accessible by day and by night thanks to a very complete markup, passing ships are only welcome in the outer harbor, on a 54 berths "visitors" pontoon on catways and double mooring, inside “Breakwaters” pontoons.A great variety of activities are for you to be found as you come off the pontoons: The shops - many and varied, quality restaurants, t he markets, the visit of the walled town and its Heritage House, the Fishing Museum, the Marine Biology Station and its Marinarium ... You will enjoy walking along the docks up to the lively fishing port and its auction. The marina's staff, competent and dedicated, will make all necessary efforts to ensure you a quality experience.
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Marina de Saint Brieuc - The Légué

Marina de Saint Brieuc - The Légué

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
The marina of Saint-Brieuc-Le Légué has a dual vocation as a docking port and a technical maintenance base for pleasure craft. The CCI des Côtes d'Armor manages the marinas of Saint-Cast Le Guildo and Saint-Brieuc Le Légué. The marina has 208 berths, including 20 visitor berths, afloat on the catway or alongside the quayside. It can accommodate all types of pleasure craft with a maximum length of 18 meters and a maximum draft of 3 meters. Visitor boats can moor along the quay in front of the boaters' house (Plérin side). The reentry threshold of the marina is 5 meters above the nautical chart data and access is possible on average for 2 hours 30 minutes before and after high seas.
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Marina Port de Camaret Sur Mer

Marina Port de Camaret Sur Mer

Marina in Finistère
The current capacity of the port is 500 berths for residents and 250 additional berths for visitors. Due to its location of natural shelter, accessible from the sea, halfway between the channel of the Four and the Raz de Sein, the port of Camaret-sur-mer is frequented by sailors from all countries. After having experienced great fishing activity throughout the twentieth century, Camaret has now become an essential stopover for boaters and travelers. The port is protected by the cliff of the Pointe du Grand Gouin and by a long pebble furrow on which a granite dike has been built. The furrow of Camaret has become the symbol of the port: you can discover it in all its beauty when entering the city by the departmental road from which a bird's eye view allows you to take in the entire “curved port” (Camaret in Breton Kameled said to himself: the curved port). The port of Notic , a true "port in the city", is very popular with holidaymakers thanks to its direct access to the quays (reception of visitors on the A and E external breakdowns, capacity of around forty boats), its shops and its activities. The port of Styvel - or port du sillon - only welcomes boaters with an annual contract in Camaret. Port Vauban - or port de la pointe - can accommodate boats with larger draft, and larger tonnage on the heavy pontoon.
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Port binic

Port binic

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
An outer harbor and a floating basin The Binic-Étables-sur-Mer marina has 455 berths in the floating dock and 170 berths in the beaching outer harbor. In the basin, mooring is done on pontoon and catway. Each pontoon is equipped with water / electricity terminals and a container. Access to each pontoon is controlled by a magnetic badge as well as for the containers. A 60-berth pontoon along the Jean Bart quay is available to passing boats. A black water and waste water tank is installed on it. A lifting bracket of 250 kg max on the hold of the Bell (opposite the town hall). In the beaching outer harbor, mooring is done on a mooring. Anchor anchoring is strictly prohibited. Tender and pontoon racks are available to users of the outer harbor. A mobile fairing system is available on the hold of the Monument aux Morts by appointment. It accommodates boats less than or equal to 8 m depending on the draft.
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Port Crouesty

Port Crouesty

Marina in Morbihan
The largest port in Morbihan is also one of the best located. At the strategic center of the Bay of Quiberon, at the entrance to the Gulf, it stands out as one of the French yachting poles. Every year on All Saints' Day, it confirms this role by attracting more than 50,000 visitors to the “Mille Sabords” boat show, the main used boat market in Europe. All year round, the port animates the bay with its friendly or prestigious regattas. Each year, the Crouesty spring organization also offers boaters the opportunity to come and discover and try out sailing and motor boats. Arzon has become one of the largest seaside resorts on the Atlantic coast, authentic and modern, sought after for the variety of its landscapes, the density of its activities and the choice of its accommodation and leisure options.
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Port d'Arzal-Camoël

Port d'Arzal-Camoël

Marina in Morbihan
Undoubtedly the largest freshwater seaport on the Atlantic coast, Arzal-Camoël deserves to be visited in more ways than one. First you have entered the Vilaine, which would be missing from your logbook. Then to tackle another navigation, one that knows neither swells nor crowds, the serene exploration of inland waterways - a kind of nautical yoga. Like the eel, you like to find yourself from time to time between two banks, on flat water, under the gaze of languid cows. How far will you let your wake wind while talking to the anglers, following the flight of mallards with your eyes? For your use, we have built a lock to cross the dam. For the eels, it is a fish passage which allows the elvers surviving from the ocean and the nets, to go up towards the marshes of Vilaine, Aff or Oust to grow there. Through a window, we can see them pass.
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Port d'Étel

Port d'Étel

Marina in Morbihan
Come and stop over in one of the most beautiful Ria in southern Brittany. Formerly frequented by a flotilla of Tuna boats, you will encounter no difficulty in entering the estuary, the semaphore will guide you through the passes on channel 13 or by telephone (02 97 55 35-59). In August, during the tuna festival, you can taste it grilled and in all sauces on the good tables near the port. The beach is close by. We provide bicycles so that you can discover the colors, the flora… of the beautiful trails “from Erdeven to the island of Saint Cado. " Semaphores timetables from 06/15 to 08/31: 3.5 hours before high tide and 2.5 hours after high tide!
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Port de Dinan

Port de Dinan

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
The new pontoons are in and they are very smart. They run the whole length of the river and have excellent electric/water junction boxes. There are some fingers and also alongside pontoon mooring. The facilities are in the back of the marina office, through a side door to the left. They hope to improve them in 2020/2021. Damien is the harbourmaster and is very helpful and efficient. He speaks perfect English. Do call and book before arrival. Space is limited and the “marina” is often full, so do call Damien first to help him with his planning. There is a plan from October to take up to 25m boats. They hope to take them each year out of season when the electric hire boats are not there. They are looking to put electric and water along the area to facilitate this. There is also talk of dredging the river so there is greater depth. From the Chatelier lock to Dinan is a great journey and takes approx 25 mins. The speed limit is 5 knots Going from Lyvett to Dinan, it is very well marked. Red and green buoys have now replaced the red/brown and black/white poles. Do stay close to them as it can be quite shallow even though it was dredged in early 2018. You need less than a 1.5m draft. The wifi is only available at the far end of the marina towards the Harbour office. The facilities are basic with only one toilet for men and one for ladies. The showers are hot and adequate. The facilities are through a door to the left of the marina office and you will be provided with a code. The pontoons are all new for 2018 with very good electric and water. There is more space between fingers but this means they can accommodate a few less boats. An impressive improvement.
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Port De LAGADEN

Port De LAGADEN

Marina in Morbihan
small port with a sailing club and a large oyster farming center. Four islands in the Gulf of Morbihan are attached to the town: Radenec and Île Longue, which are now private property, Gavrinis Island which is home to the famous cairn and finally Berder Island.
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Port de Lesconil

Port de Lesconil

Marina in Finistère
The port of Lesconil has 98 permanent moorings on buoys. This small port of character provides boaters with around thirty berths or on buoys reserved for stopovers and / or cabotage.
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Port de Morgat

Port de Morgat

Marina in Finistère
Morgat is a great stopover, on the south side of the Crozon Peninsular. A lively town with lots of nice restaurants and bars all set around an enormous sandy beach. There’s a good supermarket (Super U) in town, behind the church, only a 15-minute walk from the marina. There’s a small Chandlery in the same area. If you want some exercise away from the boat, the walking, on the GR34 coastal footpath, is excellent. The walk to the tiny cove at L’ile Vierge (south of Morgat) is well worth it, although the path is very steep in places. There’s a small sandy “swimming beach” across the marina carpark, on the outside of the breakwater. The swimming area is marked by small yellow buoys. The Marina has a dedicated visitors pontoon, with some finger berths for smaller yachts at the far end. Sometimes the east side of the pontoon (closest to the fuel berth) seems to be reserved for groups and regattas, so if there’s a choice, moor on the west side to avoid being moved later. The facilities are reasonable, clean and well looked after. Showers are €2, tokens are available to buy with a credit or debit card, from a machine in the laundry. The code for the facilities is on the receipt from the token machine. Approach and entry to the Marina The marina has a shoal bank extending northwards from the end of the breakwater. The deepest approach is from the north, through or close too, a number of small craft mooring buoys. The entrance to the marina is marked by a red and green post. The visitors’ pontoon is straight ahead as you enter the marina.
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Port de Paimpol

Port de Paimpol

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
The port is made up of two floating basins linked together by the old locks locks_Page_1. The water is retained by the quays and the new locks which operate 2h30 before and 2h30 after high tide, or five hours per tide, every day of the year. Lockages for boats are made on demand, on entry or exit. Size of the locks: 60 meters long by 12 meters wide. Water depth in the port: 3 to 4 meters. In spring tides (high tides), the sea can flood part of the quays. Lockages: 3,600 / year Locked boats: more than 15,000 / year.
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Port de Plaisance

Port de Plaisance

Marina in Morbihan
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Port de plaisance d'Audierne

Port de plaisance d'Audierne

Marina in Finistère
Audierne - Port marina is located in Finistère. It has a capacity of 232 boats on pontoons. The port of Audierne - Port has a visitor area for your stopovers with 50 places available. The port is reserved for boats under 17 m. Please note, the maximum draft is 2 m. Anyone who has already crossed Audierne bay by tackling understands the attraction that boaters can have for this still active fishing port, which has made room for pleasure craft. Past the entrance, which can sometimes be tricky with a sea swell and a falling tide, the port is a veritable haven in the heart of the city, along the banks of the Goyen. Gateway to Cap Sizun, the city is also the starting point for daily shuttles to the Ile de Sein and the ideal stopover to wait for the favorable current that will allow you to cross the tidal wave and go up to the Iroise Sea.
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PORT DE PLAISANCE DE BÉNODET

PORT DE PLAISANCE DE BÉNODET

Marina in Finistère
Accessible in all weather, at any time whatever the tide and the type of boat, the marina welcomes you with its 500 places on pontoon and its 250 places on buoy. The visitor pontoon is also easily accessible for people in wheelchairs. The Bénodet Harbor master's office teams are at your service all year round. VHF Canal 9 Seasonal opening (July and August): 8:30 am-12pm / 2 pm-8pm; off season: 9 am-12pm / 2 pm-5pm The port of Bénodet offers: Fresh water and electric terminal on the pontoons (220V / 10A). 8 WCs (including 2 accessible), 10 showers (including 2 accessible), changing table. Fuel 24/24 on the pontoon near the harbor master's office, waste water collector. Wintering afloat and crane and fairing area. Harbor service in July and August from 8:30 am to 7:45 pm. Laundromat. Hardware and electronics shops, engines, marine mechanics, boat rentals, a brewery and shops nearby Weather: permanent digital marine weather display Free WIFI Free parking
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Port de plaisance de Douarnenez- The port of Tréboul

Port de plaisance de Douarnenez- The port of Tréboul

Marina in Finistère
The Douarnenez - Tréboul marina is located in Finistère. It has a capacity of 500 boats on pontoons. It can accommodate 50 boats on dead body. The port of Douarnenez - Tréboul has a visitors area for your stopovers with 60 places available. The port is reserved for boats of less than 14 m. Please note, the maximum draft is 3 m. Each port in the city marks a page in the history of Douarnenez. The Rosmeur marks the advent of fishing, the era of trawlers and lobster boats which left for tides lasting several days off Ireland, then off the coast of Africa. Tréboul is the symbol of the development of yachting. Major nautical and maritime events such as the Temps Fête festival takes place there every two years or the Guyader Grand Prix.
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Port de Plaisance de Guidel

Port de Plaisance de Guidel

Marina in Finistère
Guidel marina is sheltered by the Laïta estuary, on the border between Morbihan and Finistère. Set in a natural environment, it lies opposite the small port of Pouldu, most famous for having welcomed famous painters such as Paul Gauguin. An original marina boasting a great tranquillity. Extension work in progress: this 8 month long operation will result in an expanded marina, reaching a total capacity of 210 berths on pontoons, including 15 visitor berths. Guidel-Plages marina will be able to provide facilities that are safe and comfortable, and can accommodate vessels up to 12 metres in length. At a later date a careening zone will be built in the marina yard providing an additional service for its users. The new marina will be ready for summer 2015. A small marina just 500 meters from the mouth of the river Laïta, on the left bank, Guidel marina is completely sheltered. To enter the river, stay close to the port side of the channel and wait for the right time (2 hours before and 2 hours after high tide). Access is forbidden during low tide or breaking waves. Current speed at mid-tide is estimated at 6 knots by coefficient of 90 and over. The layout of the channel fluctuates in relation to the movements of the sandbanks: stabilisation of the sandbanks scheduled for April. Assistance is available when entering the river, contact the harbour office by VHF on channel 9.
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Port de Plaisance de Lorient

Port de Plaisance de Lorient

Marina in Morbihan
Located in the heart of the city, the port of Lorient enjoys a privileged location to take advantage of the city's shops and services. Every year, in August, the port vibrates during the Interceltic Festival. Discover Lorient, an unexpected destination in the heart of southern Brittany! Between the VIII th and X th century, the Vikings use Lorient harbor up the river Blavet. In the XVII th century, the harbor is a haven for the king's ships and ships of the East India Company. It is the birth of the port of Lorient , which very quickly becomes the stronghold of the world trade in spices. It was only a few centuries later that the port of Lorient turned to the world of yachting . Located in the heart of the city and the harbor, the port is sheltered from any wind, accessible at all times and at all times. The port is made up of two parts: a floating basin , open during the day only, with places on pontoons, an outer harbor : day and night access (depth from 2 to 3.50 meters) 50 stopover berths (maximum length 40 meters)
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Port de Plaisance de Port-Louis

Port de Plaisance de Port-Louis

Marina in Morbihan
Port-Louis marina is the sentinel of the roadstead. Situated just behind the Citadel, the marina is anchored in the heart of a charming small town whose narrow streets are brimming with history and architectural wonders. A stopover in the heart of South Brittany not to be missed!
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Port de Saint-Gildas - Houat

Port de Saint-Gildas - Houat

Marina in Morbihan
PLEASE CONTACT US BY TELEPHONE ON 02 97 30 66 42 OR PRESENT YOURSELF ON CHANNEL 9 BY VHF BEFORE YOUR ARRIVAL AT THE PORT Houat. Nature reigns everywhere. The panorama opens onto the most beautiful beaches in Europe, wide horizons of fine golden sand sloping gently towards the turquoise water. Bordered by a very jagged footpath, the coast is breathtakingly beautiful. But because the sea is its primary resource and the inspiration for all of its human activity, the island of Houat is the first to act for its protection and the defense of its biodiversity. In Houat, you only meet mad lovers of nature and its riches, sincere friends of the oceans, people looking towards a future that is more respectful of the environment. Fishing and tourism are the future of the Port of Saint Gildas.
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Port de Sainte Marine

Port de Sainte Marine

Marina in Finistère
A small fishing port, the port of Sainte-Marine has transformed over the years to become a recognized marina in the yachting world. Its transformation was born thanks to the will of the mayors and the inhabitants of the time to breathe new life into the port, relaunch the local economy, create dynamism, improve the attractiveness of the municipality and launch tourism, while preserving its authenticity and charm.
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Port de Vannes

Port de Vannes

Marina in Morbihan
At the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan, the port of Vannes offers first-class shelter. Its floating basin located in the city center is an ideal starting point for discovering the city and its heritage. It has a capacity of 280 boats on pontoons. It can accommodate 34 boats on dead body. The port of Vannes has a visitors area for your stopovers with 60 places available.
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Port des Sablons

Port des Sablons

Marina in Ille-et-Vilaine
By sea: day and night, in all weather. South of the access channel to the Naye lock; naked lock Naye align.070.4 ° of 2F. fixed r. By night : port light from the Môle des Noires (48 ° 38 ', 5N - 002 ° 01', 9W) 1,200 spaces, including 50 dedicated to visitors: Pontoons A (places A37 to A63 and A40 to A66) and B (places B90 to B100 and B93 to B99) The amplitude of the tide is exceptional, in order to properly prepare your sailings, remember to inform yourself about the times of passage above the threshold at the entrance to the port: times given for the threshold at 2m and a draft 1.5m, i.e. 3.5m above the 0 on the cards. From January 1 to April 30 and from September 15 to December 31: Monday to Saturday 8.45 a.m.-12 p.m. and 2 p.m.-5.15 p.m. - closed on Sunday From May 1 to June 30 and from September 1 to 15: Monday to Sunday 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 2 p.m.-6 p.m. July 1 to August 31: Monday to Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Port Foleux

Port Foleux

Marina in Morbihan
Here is the seaport of southern Brittany closest to Paris! This is not what makes Folleux so successful, but the beauty of its green banks with its soft relief and the calm of its waters. And for a small intimate port, what equipment! Everything here has come together to make it the perfect and safe haven to prepare your cruises, and an ideal wintering site: a safe shelter and a wide range of professional services. But the port of Folleux is first and foremost a very pleasant stopover on the waterways of eastern Morbihan, where, after the steep passage of La Roche-Bernard, open the landscapes of valleys and marshes which predominate as far as in Redon. You have to choose, for your stopover, between right bank and left bank. Let's say you will do both, one going up, the other going down. Because you are not going to taste the valley of the Vilaine without going beyond its first meanders!
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PORT HALIGUEN QUIBERON

PORT HALIGUEN QUIBERON

Marina in Morbihan
With more than 10 000 boats docked every year, Port Haliguen Quiberon is one of the most famous harbors in Morbihan. It’s an unforgettable stopover to discover the exceptional natural site of the Quiberon bay which is considered one of « the most beautiful bays in the world ». Don’t miss the old light house with paints exhibition, the Conguel walk, the menhirs of Goulvar, the broken menhir and the fishing port of Port Maria. A huge program of work started begining in 2017 is going to make Port Haliguen Quiberon even more attractive and one of the marina of the future. A new era is coming !
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Port of La Roche-Bernard

Port of La Roche-Bernard

Marina in Morbihan
Located on the southern limit of Morbihan, La Roche-Bernard abstracts itself from the tides while asserting loud and clear its maritime vocation. It is also here that Richelieu built "La Couronne", the Royal's first three-decker vessel. "Small Town of Character", La Roche-Bernard borrows its name from a Viking chief who made it his haunt. The walk towards the village center allows to appreciate the preserved charm of the old residences (XVth - XVIth century). Gastronomic stopover, there is one of the best restaurants in France - why not go there by boat? And when you still have to leave this port, you have the luxurious right to choose: return to sea, or go up to Redon and from there, reach St-Malo by the Ille-et-Rance canal, which crosses Rennes and all of Brittany.
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Port of Locmiquélic

Port of Locmiquélic

Marina in Morbihan
Committed to preserving the quality of the natural resource of our ports (biodiversity, oyster farms, etc.), we are joining the Departmental Directorate of Territories and the Sea of ​​Morbihan to indicate in this brochure the rules of good practice. . Awareness campaigns by the State services will be held soon in our port, we are at your disposal for any further information. Beautiful sailing in Morbihan
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Port of Saint-Cast

Port of Saint-Cast

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
The port of Saint Cast is situated to the South East of Saint Cast Point, overlooked by a signal station and flanked by rocks 500 metres to the North East. Officially it is not advisable to pass between the Point and the Bourdinots Shelf, uncovered rocks (2 metres) situated ¾ of a mile to the North East of the Point, and signalled to the North East by a Cardinal East buoy. It is preferable to leave the shelf to the east before heading to the entrance of the channel to the port. There is however good room between the rocks and the land if approaching from the West and you take care. Journey to St Cast from Guernsey was approx 51nm. Head for NW Minquiers and then SW Minquiers. A buoyed channel with red and green buoys mark the entrance channel quite clearly as you arrive at the marina. There can be a large number of pot buoys in the approach – may be a gamble at night. It has 825 places on pontoons, including 40 short/medium stay places for visitors, and approx. 180 buoy moorings. The marina can take boats as large as 50ft. The marina office says there is 2m of water below datum.
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Port of Trinité-sur-Mer

Port of Trinité-sur-Mer

Marina in Morbihan
Marina, fishing and oyster farming located NE of Port-Haliguen and NW of the entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan on the Crac'h river, 1 M from its mouth. Port well sheltered from any wind except, at high tide, from suet (swell).
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Port Trébeurden

Port Trébeurden

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
Port Trébeurden is Located in the bay of Lannion, protected by the island Milliau from the prevailing winds from the West, Port Trébeurden offers you access times of incomparable amplitude in the English Channel, on the Côte de Granit Rose. This sheltered body of water accommodates 650 boats of all categories, in a preserved environment combining the comfort of technical equipment and recent amenities, the diversity of services. So see you soon and ...
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Port-la-Forêt

Port-la-Forêt

Marina in Finistère
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Saint Malo – Vauban

Saint Malo – Vauban

Marina in Ille-et-Vilaine
225 berths on 3 wharfs and neighboring wharves 50 visitor berths All distances allowed (after agreement) Medium draft 7 m> Access: Channel: Dredged 2 m to the Naye lock. The entrance to the lock is regulated by optical signals Lock du Naye: Length 160 m, width 25 m, strike off - 1.75 m Sas: from - 2h30 before PM hour to + 2h30 after hour PM Information harbor master's office (VHF channel 12) The yachts must imperatively use the engine or be towed.The boaters must engage after any other boat.Balance with the network of the Breton canals (see ECM guide n ° 12) by the Rance Dam > Observations: Saint-Malo is a port of reference quoted in the directories of the tides, water levels in medium tides: Full sea of vivid waters: 12.50 m Low water of bright waters: 1.50 m Full sea of dead waters: 9.25 m Low sea of dead waters: 4.40 m
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The port of Lyvet

The port of Lyvet

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
Le Lyvet marina is located in Côtes-d'Armor. It has a capacity of 258 boats on pontoons. The port of Le Lyvet has a visitor area for your stopovers with 25 places available. The port is reserved for boats of less than 15 m. Please note, the maximum draft is 1.60 m. The opening hours are obtained by phone by calling the lock +33 2 96 39 55 66. The lock operates on demand. Stan says “The marina at Le Chatelier (actually called Lyvet) is not restricted by length but by draft. If you draw more than 1.7m you can’t get through the lock and there are shallow parts all along. To get to Dinan you MUST draw less than 1.5m.”
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THE PORT OF PONTRIEUX

THE PORT OF PONTRIEUX

Marina in Côtes-d'Armor
LOCK OF PONTRIEUX Length: 65 m, width: 12 m. The entry of the basin is made by a sassement when the water height at the open sea is higher than 10 meters. Locks manager: Mr Maryan ARNOUX Tel: 02.96.95.60.70 VHF Canal 12 Doors open: 2.15 hours before high tide 2.15 hours after high tide, according to the Légué tide schedule See here for the opening hours of the lock SAS 2020 THE PORT OF PONTRIEUX WELCOMES YOU ALL YEAR ROUND: FREDERIC GRIMAUD, MAITRE DE PORT WELCOMES YOU ALL YEAR ROUND. PLAISANCE PORT OFFICE 64 Port Street 22260 PONTRIEUX Phone: +33 9 64 41 73 27 / +33 6 73 87 07 95 Mail: contact.pontrieux@marinov.fr Do you want to reserve a location for your boat? You can reach the office of the port of Pontrieux or make your pre-reservation request directly online. ACCESS CHENAL
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