Isigny a small drying port, lies 1.5 miles inland on the Aure River. It is used by small coasters, fishing vessels, and pleasure craft. Passe d’Isigny, the entrance channel, is indicated by a lighted range and marked by buoys and beacons. The inner part of this channel leads between two dikes and is 85m wide. The alongside berths dry up to 3m. Vessels up to 55m in length and 12m beam can be accommodated with drafts up to 4.2m at springs and 2.2m at neaps.
Nombre de places : 45 sur pontons d'échouage dont 5 places visiteurs
Longueur : tout gabarit
Tirant d'eau : entre 0 et 6 m
Accès au bassin
Par la Vire, 3 h avant et après la pleine mer. Zone marnante.
Services Techniques - Mairie : ouvert du lundi au vendredi de 8h30 à 12 h et de 13h30 à 17 h.
Eau à partir du ponton
Borne électrique à partir du ponton
Toilettes : 1
Douche : 1
Grue : 8 tonnes
Zone de carénage
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