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Languedoc

Sailing

Marinas

Zone B : Etang de Thau to Port Leucate

Languedoc Marinas : Etang de Thau to Port Leucate Sete Meze Marseillan Ville Marseillan Plage Port Ambonne Cap d'Agde Valras Plage Port Jean Gau Serignan Port Chichoulet Port des Cabanes Narbonne Plage Port de Gruissan Port de Barberousse Port la Nautique Port la Nouvelle Port Leucate

 
 

 

Name Max Length Min Draft Visitor Berths Tel: VHF Sat View
             
11 Sete 30m 4m 22 0467749897 9 Click
12 Meze 11m 2,5m 11 0467435894 - Click
13 Marseillan Ville 15m 1,2m 15 0467773493 9 Click
14 Marseillan Plage 8,5m 1,8m 4 0467219930 9 Click
15 Port Ambonne 11m <1m 27 0467260023 - Click
16 Cap d'Agde 25m 2,5m 30 0467260020 9 Click
17 Valras-Plage 13m 1,8m 63 0467323364 - Click
18 Port Jean Gau 10m 1,4m Few 0467322944 -
19 Serignan 11m 2m 60 0467321366 9
20 Port Chichoulet 13m 1,8m 4 0467282849 - Click
21 Port des Cabanes 12m 1,8m 1 0468339332 9
22 Narbonne Plage 12m 2m Few 0468499143 9 Click
23 Port de Gruissan 30m 2,5m 40 0468752160 9 Click
24 Port de Barberousse 13m 1,2m 16 0468490022 9
25 Port la Nautique 7,6m 1,2m 20 0468322606 -
26 Port la Nouvelle 9m 4m Few 0468480156 - Click
27 Port Leucate 20m 3m 100 0468409124 9 Click

Notes :

Charts - these notes give an overview. Navigation should always rely on current charts

Other marinas - We have not listed other marinas where access requires local knowledge; or there is insufficient water/air draft for sailing boats

Visitor berths - Some marinas are able to offer additional berths by renting the space of annual berth holders who are away

VHF - Not all marinas man VHF out of season

Minimum draft - Minimum draft required to reach the pontoons. Some marinas can offer deeper moorings in the outer harbour

Satellite view - Not all of the coast has been viewed in high definition. In addition some parts are obscured by cloud or taken in poor light conditions. The scale is therefore variable, but represents the best image links currently available. High definition v low definition

 

 

Photos : Satellite images on this page courtesy of NASA

 
 

 
 
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