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Rochefort sur mer

Rochefort sur mer

Characteristics

Description

Port de plaisance à flot à 12 miles de l'ile d'Aix et de fort boyard situé sur la charente.Tous les services ,y compris l'hivernage sont dispo sur place.Port sympa et acceuillant.
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  • 320 places
  • 10 douches
  • 9 wc
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Sites around Rochefort sur mer
Flying distances - Direct line

Port de Soubise

2.2nm
246°
Port Adhoc Soubise characteristics Private pontoonsRacks currently containing 90 places, storing motor boats up to 9 meters longFree access to maintenance area with water and electricity at your disposalOpen 7 days a week all the year roundPossibility to store sailing boats up to ...
3 May 12

St-Nazaire-sur-Charente

4nm
277°
St-Nazaire-sur-Charente is located on the Atlantic Coast, on the banks of the Charente river.
It offers more than 80 berths.For motor boats and sailing boats until 14 meters.The marina is open for the summer season: form April 1st to October 31st.For the winter season: Possibility ...
3 May 12

Fouras - Port Sud

6.2nm
292°
The peninsula of Fouras is located at the mouth of the Charente and has three ports protected from heavy swell by the islands of Aix, Oléron and Ré. The South Port has 60 places and 2 pontoons.
Master office  is open following tide (05 46 84 23 10).
4 Jul 19

Fouras - Port Nord

6.6nm
298°
La presqu'île de Fouras est située à l'embouchure de la Charente et possède trois ports protégés des fortes houles par les îles d'Aix, Oléron et Ré. Le Port Nord dispose de 170 mouillages. (+33(0)5 46 84 23 10).
20 Nov 07

Île d'Aix

10nm
296°
Connue pour être l'une des plus petites communes de France (257 électeurs) et la plus méridionale des Iles du Ponant, l'Ile d'Aix présente la forme d'un croissant de verdure et de sable au relief peu accentué, qui s'étend sur 130 hectares bordés de plages, de criques et de ...
5 Jul 14

Fouras La Fumée

7.6nm
298°
Petite jetée et 61 corps-morts. (N° 66 pour les visiteurs)
4 Jul 19

Les Boucholeurs

8.5nm
320°
Zone d'échouage
55 places sur corps-morts
4 Jul 19

Chatelaillon-Plage

9nm
321°
3 pontons pouvant accueillir 120 bateaux92 corps-morts1 parc à terre pour 30 bateaux
4 Jul 19

Pointe Sainte Catherine

9.8nm
293°
Mooring area not perfectly sheltered.
9 Jul 19

Anse du Saillant

9.8nm
296°
Site adapté à l'enseignement de la voile abritée du vent. Ostréiculture et la mytiliculture dans l'anse du Saillant.
5 Jul 14

Phare île d'Aix

10nm
293°
It is a sector light (two sectors: white and red) using four optical blocks rotating around the light source. The East Tower, in service since 1889,carries the light while the West Tower carries the filter to generate the red sector since 1906.
  The two towers that make up ...
13 Jul 19

Chateau d'Oléron

10nm
249°
Célèbre pour sa citadelle, le Port de Château-d'Oléron , très actif, accueille de nombreux bateaux ostréicoles, première activité traditionnelle, et est entouré de cabanes ostréicoles. On y trouve une grue 2,5 tonnes et des cales de carénage.
20 Nov 07
Local Area

Saint Nazaire - Île d'Oleron

La Loire EstuaryThe Estuary of the La Loire comprises the area fronting the mainland between Pointe du Croisic and Ile du Pilier. It is roughly divided into two parts by Plateau de la Banche, a dangerous shoal area, and can be entered from the S by Chenal du Sud or from the N by Chenal ...
7 Mar 13

Golfe de Gascogne

The Bay of Biscay (name coming from the Castillan), called Golfe de Gascogne by the French, is entered between Ile d’Ouessant and Cabo Ortegal, 305 miles SW. The bay is bounded on its E side by the W coast of France and on its S side by the N coast of Spain. It is generally clear ...
26 Jul 11

NE Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions; with a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface.
The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
31 Jul 11

Île d'Oléron

Ile d’Oleron  is low and has numerous sand dunes covered with pine trees. A viaduct crosses Coureau d’Oleron which separates the SE coast of the island from the mainland.
17 Mar 13

Île de Ré

This island  is moderately low; its W end is fronted by extensive rocky flats. It is separated at the E end from the mainland by Coureau de la Pallice, which is spanned by a bridge. The area is a popular tourist destination. It has approximately the same number of hours of sunshine ...
17 Mar 13

Île d'Yeu

Ile d’Yeu is a good landmark when approaching La Loire from the S. There is no shelter in the vicinity of this island during NW gales; however, an area on its E side remains relatively calm because of the shallower depths in this vicinity.The SW part of Ile d’Yeu is steep and ...
7 Mar 13
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