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Le Tréport

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Le Tréport

Characteristics

Description

Le port départemental du Tréport a été construit sur l'embouchure de la Bresle, rivière qui marque historiquement la limite entre la Normandie et la Picardie. Il est situé dans le bassin de pêche.

Capacité d’accueil :
- Dans le bassin de pêche 110 mouillages
- 15 mouillages dans le bassin en amont du pont mobile
- Dans l’avant port : 100 mouillages marnant.


Mise à disposition : pontons ; eau ; électricité ; sanitaires

Entrée et sortie : 4h avant et après la pleine mer par le sas : 02 35 50 63 06 ou
VHF : canal 12

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Le Tréport
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Le Tréport
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Le Treport, situated at the mouth of La Bresle, is a small port used by commercial vessels, fishing boats, and recreational craft. It consists of  Avant-port, which dries, and two wet basins.
Le Treport stands on the SW side of the harbor and the smaller town of Mers-les-Bains stands on the NE side.

The tides rise 9.4m at springs and 7.5m at neaps. Strong onshore winds cause a heavy scend in the outer harbor.

Several quays border Avant-port and dry 4 to 5m, with a bottom of soft mud. Part of Quai Bellot, on the N side, is used by recreational craft.
Port du Peche (Fishing Port) et de Plaisance is entered from the SE end of Avant-port through a lock, 28m long and 9.5m wide. It is used by fishing vessels and recreational craft.
Port du Commerce is entered from the NE end of Avant-port through a dock gate, which is 19m wide and has a depth of 2m on the sill.

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