Chantereyne Cherbourg marina


Site map

  1. FolderAccess & surroundings Access and surrounding area
    1. FolderAccess to the port Access to the port
      1. PageBirds eye view Birds eye view
    2. PageInformation to yachtsmen Information for mariners
  2. FolderMarina & services Services
    1. FolderCherbourg marina reception Harbour office
      1. PageHistory Modernisation of the marina reception area, refurbishment of public spaces, and an expansion project of 600 to 700 berths led by the Associated Norman Ports: Port Chantereyne is being transformed to better cater for the needs of local mariners and international visitors. The work will start towards the end of 2011. Phase one: the reconfiguration and expansion of the marina reception area. The goal is to provide a more welcoming space and better visitor accessibility. This development of the marina will continue until 2017 integrating landscaping and town planning.
      2. PageYour opinion of Cherbourg marina Your opinion of Cherbourg marina
    2. PageServices and facilities Services and facilities
    3. FolderManaging my berth subscription 
      1. PageRequest for our form "Bank transfer" Request for our form "Bank transfer"
      2. PageBooking on the waiting list  Booking on the waiting list for permanent berth holders in Cherbourg Marina
    4. PageProfessionals and useful numbers Professionals and useful numbers
  3. FolderEntertainment & tourism Entertainment & tourism
    1. FolderWelcome to Normandy It is one of the best marinas in France providing safe entry at all states of the tide and is conveniently located for visiting sailors in the heart of the bustling town of Cherbourg-Octeville.
      1. PageCherbourg marina Cherbourg harbour
      2. PageEastern passage Eastern passage towards Barfleur, Saint-Vaast, and Bay of the Seine
      3. PageWestern passage Western passage towards Granville and the Channel Islands