Marina offices are open as usual.
Rules of social distancing apply and we strongly recommand that you wear a mask in marina receptions.
We also suggest that you contact each harbour office you intend to visit to obtain up-to-date information on the in-place health measures.
The Normandy Marinas (APPN) is a group of 17 marinas to be found on the coasts of the English Channel. Close to the south of England and steeped in history, this coastline covers 900 kilometers and represents an extremely rich and diverse environment.
The Normandy Marinas offer a gateway to exceptional tourist attractions such as the chalk needles of Étretat, the Seine Bay estuary, the Vauban fortifications of Tatihou and La Hougue – classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site – the fishing village of Barfleur with its ‘Prettiest Villages in France’ label, Cherbourg Harbour which is the largest artificial harbour in Europe, the breathtaking landscape of La Hague, the Normandy Landing Beaches, the Cap of Carteret and, of course, the Mont Saint Michel.
The Normandy Marinas, keen to offer the best service possible, have come together to create a dynamic association which provides timely and easily accessible information relating to the evolving needs of sailors and marina users, thus providing them with a unique opportunity to relax and enjoy the pleasures of life on the open sea, whether for a long stay or just a quick stop-over to discover a new place.