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Marinas in Pays de la Loire
Capitainerie du Port de Piriac-sur-Mer

Capitainerie du Port de Piriac-sur-Mer

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
The small beaching port of yesteryear has become a true modern marina without compromising the attractiveness of the place. Modern riprap does not have the charm of old stone quays, but the old constructions of this small town which has always hesitated between its fishing port and its seaside facet have not changed. The stopover is pleasant and the surroundings are no less so. A little over 3 miles away, Dumet Island can be the occasion for a unique stopover. We anchor in front of Port Manes beach, to the northeast, which is well protected from westerly winds; we will not go further than the beach because the island is private and landings must be limited to this area. Another astonishing sector, 3 miles northeast of Piriac: the large bay sheltered behind the points of Merquel and Pen-bé. A vast natural space which largely fails and where the marshes succeed the bouchots; the place is worth the detour but its access remains limited to very small drafts. - Port at threshold (maximum length of boats: 13m) - Draft 2 m maximum - Tilting door subject to tidal constraints - 850 places on pontoon including 30 visitors Equipment: water, electricity (220V / 5A) on the quay, 12.5T crane, fairing and launching bilge, containers of waste oil and black water, fuel (pumps on pontoon : unleaded 95 and diesel), wifi.
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Capitainerie du Port de Redon

Capitainerie du Port de Redon

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
The marina and trade port Between town and nature, dock at the river-sea port of Redon and let yourself be seduced by this setting with a view of the surrounding marshes. At the confluence of the Oust and the Vilaine, the site offers many possibilities to boaters: navigation towards the coast, passing through the Vilaine Valley (Foleux, La Roche-Bernard, Arzal) river navigation navigation on the Nantes-Brest Canal. With its green and wooded areas, the district is a pleasant place for walkers and cyclists, around the Croix des Marins, and along the towpaths. Skatepark for board sports enthusiasts, visit to the Boat Museum, discovery or participation in the Fée des Marais restoration project, restaurants, pubs, cinema, ... to each their own way of enjoying the neighborhood to stroll, discover, picnic -nick, have fun, or enjoy. The port is also the ideal starting point to discover: the historic heart of the city, labeled historic center, exceptional sites, such as Ile aux Pies, classified as a natural site. Want to learn more about local history, places to visit, heritage and upcoming events? Free or guided tours, information ... The Pays de Redon Tourist Office welcomes you, just a few minutes walk away!
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Capitainerie la pointe St Gildas

Capitainerie la pointe St Gildas

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
Presentation The Pointe Saint-Gildas marina is located in the far west of Préfailles, close to shops, services and restaurants. It has 286 moorings on buoys. Equipments: 286 moorings on buoys including 3 reserved for visitors (more depending on availability) A 5 ton crane A fairing area up to standards with water, electricity and high pressure washer Two permanently accessible slipways (excluding tides above a coefficient of 80) A waiting pontoon from April 15 to October 15 A platform that can accommodate 40 private boats (dinghies and catamarans) Parking in the immediate vicinity of the lake, reserved for members A parking lot 400m away that can accommodate trailers. Cranes and fairings (paid services) are carried out during the opening hours of the Harbor master's office by appointment .
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Marina of La Turballe

Marina of La Turballe

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
The La Turballe marina welcomes you all year round in a floating basin accessible 24 hours a day Port de La Turballe is also known as Port de Plaisance de la Turballe and it is located in La Turballe, a commune with no more than 4500 inhabitants that is situated on the French coast of the department Loire-Atlantique. This is a part of the region of Pays de la Loire, in western France. It can offer its guests a complete range of services and facilities in order to assure their comfort during the stay. The commune is a busy lcation where travellers can admire museums and exhibits, manifestations, beautiful landscapes on the crowded beaches, can spend a pleasant time at the Atlantic Cinema and can discover the surroundings by boat or by foot. There are a few hotels in this area, where travellers can rest, such as the Hotel de Pen Bron, the VVF Villages La Turballe and others. Nature lovers will adores this place thanks to its natural heritage. The Pointe Pen Bron, the heliomarin centre, etc., are just two of the places where birdwatching is a popular activity.
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Ponton Belem

Ponton Belem

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
Facing the Elephant! Not to mention the Machines de l'Ile, the Carrousel des mondes Marins or the rings of Buren, which line the promenade quay of the Banana Hangar, the trendy place for nightlife in Nantes. Further downstream, the Navibus river station will dock you in less than 10 minutes in Trentemoult, a bucolic and picturesque village. Along the pontoon, everything is easy and very accessible for direct and quick access to multiple discoveries (tram, local shops, media library, museums, castle, cinemas, restaurants, shops, etc.). Useful information : Pleasure craft calling should prefer parking on the Belem pontoon, which accommodates vessels up to 40 meters and subject to availability. For the parking of these vessels, prior authorization must be obtained from the Port Authority of Nantes Métropole. This pontoon is always in water whatever the time of the tide. The available draft is 3.5 meters during low spring tides.
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Port Bourgenay

Port Bourgenay

Marina in Vendée
PORT BOURGENAY Since 1985, when it was built, Port Bourgenay has established itself as a major port of call on the Atlantic coast. Located in Talmont-Saint-Hilaire and managed by the Vendée Grand Littoral community of municipalities, Port Bourgenay has 650 rings and is integrated into an exceptional natural environment, between forest, dune, beach and forest. Port Bourgenay is located in the town of Talmont-Saint-Hilaire. This marina has 650 rings and concentrates a large number of economic activities linked to the sea. All year round, numerous sporting and festive events are organized there. Port Bourgenay is a major center of attraction for our coastline. Since 2014, Port Bourgenay has been a member of the “ Passeport Escales ” network. Located in an exceptional natural environment, Port Bourgenay has also been awarded the “Blue Flag” for 20 years. This label recognizes the port's eco-citizenship. (Discover the Boaters Charter) A redevelopment project for the various areas of the port is currently under study.
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Port de Comberge

Port de Comberge

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
Presentation It is under the increasingly strong pressure of the Syndical Association of the owners of Tharon-Plage, and also of the public opinion that the commune decided on August 18, 1960, the setting up in site of the port works. . The Comberge site was chosen, after much hesitation, because of its ease of access, both for sailors to unload their cargo (fish or others) and for boaters during the summer. A beacon with rotating lights signals the entrance to the port at night. The surface of the port is 15,000 m³. The first port facilities were inaugurated in 1962 by Mr. Marc JACQUET, then Minister of Public Works and Transport. Subsequently other adjustments were made. A club was created "La Cormorane" in 1961, which organizes many regattas. The commune of St Michel Chef Chef has built a building near the port of Comberge where the club can continue its nautical activities in good conditions. Text by Mme Raymonde Dufils
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Port de Couëron

Port de Couëron

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
Welcome to the Nantes region! This grounding port is the first port in the Nantes conurbation that we meet when going up the Loire. Nearby shops and superb walks along the recently landscaped banks, not to mention the magnificent Audubon Marsh nature reserve . Couëron, a small town of 20,000 inhabitants, is located on the north bank of the Loire, just 10 minutes from Nantes. The development of the banks of the Loire and the creation of many public facilities promote a new harmony between the inhabitants and the river. The history of the city was modeled along the banks of the Loire and is linked to the activity of the treatment of lead. Symbol of this industrial past, the Tréfimétaux lead tower proudly sits over the city. Practical information: As the port is subject to siltation , all the pontoons and boats run aground at low tide (crutching not necessary). To facilitate traffic in the port, it is advisable to carry out maneuvers during tides with a coefficient greater than 80, at high tide.
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Port de Pornic

Port de Pornic

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
The Port of Pornic is a deep-water port, near the town, located in the bay of Bourgneuf south of the Loire and the fine sandy beach of Noëveillard. The port offers a privileged stopover to boaters, thanks to the quality of its reception on its 900 berths on pontoons and to the multiple services developed.
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Port of Gravette

Port of Gravette

Marina in Loire-Atlantique
The Port of Gravette located on the coast of the Municipality of La Plaine-sur-Mer is appreciated for its double vocation: first of all, it is a fishing port which accommodates around 35 boats (trawl fishing, mussel farmers, oyster farmers ...). Pleasure, sailing and motor, also occupies a good place. Following the revision of the mooring plan carried out after dredging of the port in 2005, the port has 320 locations allowing to receive pleasure boats up to 12 meters year-round.
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Port of Jard-sur-Mer

Port of Jard-sur-Mer

Marina in Vendée
Since January 1, 2018, the marina of Jard-sur-Mer has been managed by the community of communes Vendée Grand Littoral, just like that of Bourgenay. The Jard-sur-Mer marina was built in 1973. It is located in direct proximity to the town center of the town. Today it has 716 locations, including 508 on moorings and 208 on pontoons. The port of Jard-sur-Mer is a stranding port, overlooked by the Moulin de Conchette. Located 12 miles from Les Sables d'Olonne, 5 miles from Bourgenay and 17 miles from Saint-Martin-de-Ré, it is accessible within an interval of 2 hours before and 2 hours after high tide (draft <1 , 50m).
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