Lorient - Centre
4.3 (2199)
Lorient - Centre
4.3 (2199)

Access and contact

47° 44.61' N, 3° 21.4' W
VHF 9
General plan

Equipments

370 spots
50 visitors spots
2 - 3.5 meters

Lorient - Centre

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From 2024-06-24 to 2024-06-25
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Description

Located in the heart of the
Brittany
region, the marina of
Lorient - Centre
is a must-visit for sailing enthusiasts. The marina offers a unique environment, combining maritime tradition and modernity. With high-quality facilities, the port of
Lorient - Centre
is the perfect place to moor your boat and enjoy all the available services.
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The immediate surroundings of the marina are rich in shops and activities. You can stroll along the quays and discover the numerous restaurants, bars and boutiques. The atmosphere is friendly and warm, conducive to exchanges and meetings.

In addition to its pleasant setting, the port of
Lorient - Centre
benefits from multiple transportation options on land. You can easily reach the city center or set out to explore the charms of the region.
Brittany
is full of treasures to explore, including its magnificent beaches, picturesque villages and renowned gastronomy.

Whether you are an experienced sailor or a passionate amateur, the port of
Lorient - Centre
will charm you with its authentic atmosphere and privileged location. Feel free to visit us on your next getaway to
France
!

Access and contact

47° 44.61' N, 3° 21.4' W
VHF 9
General plan

Equipments

370 spots
50 visitors spots
2 - 3.5 meters

Description

Located in the heart of the
Brittany
region, the marina of
Lorient - Centre
is a must-visit for sailing enthusiasts. The marina offers a unique environment, combining maritime tradition and modernity. With high-quality facilities, the port of
Lorient - Centre
is the perfect place to moor your boat and enjoy all the available services.
See more

The immediate surroundings of the marina are rich in shops and activities. You can stroll along the quays and discover the numerous restaurants, bars and boutiques. The atmosphere is friendly and warm, conducive to exchanges and meetings.

In addition to its pleasant setting, the port of
Lorient - Centre
benefits from multiple transportation options on land. You can easily reach the city center or set out to explore the charms of the region.
Brittany
is full of treasures to explore, including its magnificent beaches, picturesque villages and renowned gastronomy.

Whether you are an experienced sailor or a passionate amateur, the port of
Lorient - Centre
will charm you with its authentic atmosphere and privileged location. Feel free to visit us on your next getaway to
France
!

Services

Water
Electricity
Ice
Fuel station
Wc/Showers
WC
Phone
Wifi
Launderette
Defibrillator
Recyling
Sludge pump
Waste water
Used oil
Grouding
Technical zone
Shipyard
Crane
Travelift
Overhaul Area
Car charging
Boat charging

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About marina region


The region of
Brittany
, located in western
France
, is home to picturesque marinas that attract many visitors each year. Whether you are a sailing enthusiast, passionate fisherman, or simply in search of beautiful maritime landscapes,
Brittany
offers a wide choice of ports where you can enjoy the unique maritime atmosphere of the region.

Among the most famous marinas in
Brittany
, there is the port of
Saint-Malo
, known for its ramparts and old town. It is a must-see for sailing enthusiasts and maritime history buffs. The port of
Brest
, with its arsenal and Recouvrance bridge, is also an iconic place to visit. Not to mention the port of
Lorient
, which offers privileged access to the Keroman submarine base, a vestige of the Second World War.

In addition to these iconic marinas,
Brittany
has many other smaller ports, all equally charming. Whether in
Concarneau
,
Douarnenez
,
Roscoff
, or Belle-Île-en-Mer, you will always find a welcoming port where you can enjoy fresh seafood, stroll along the quays, or take part in nautical activities.

In short,
Brittany
is a top destination for sea and marina lovers. Whether you want to sail on the high seas, discover the maritime history of the region, or simply enjoy the warm atmosphere of Breton ports, you will surely find something to your liking in this region with multiple facets.