Port Chanterein, also known as the Porte de Plaisance of Chanterein, is located in the heart of the historic city center of Cherbourg, in Lower Normandy, on the French Cotentin Peninsula.
Port Chanterane was built in 1975 in the largest artificial harbor in Europe and now welcomes yachtsmen at any time of the day or night, regardless of the tides.
Convenient location in the heart of the English Channel, proximity to England, the Channel Islands and Brittany, the availability of urban infrastructure and an abundance of tourist attractions (Castle Ravale, Emmanuel Lies Park, Theo Capelle distillery, Holy Trinity Church, Museum of Liberation, tourist train Chebur, etc. ) make Port Chanterane the perfect starting point for your yachting adventure.
The port of Chanterane is well protected from waves and winds, has 1,600 berths, 220 of which are used as guest moorings (pontoons for visitors are located in the Chanterine basin), and can accommodate boats up to 25 meters long with a draft of up to 3 meters. All berths are equipped with water and electricity, toilets and showers are open around the clock and are accessible to people with disabilities. Electric bikes can be rented at the port.
When entering and leaving the port, be careful with the ferry service.
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