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An exceptional location between the Channel and the Atlantic

This sheltered, deep-water marina is open to visitors 24 hours a day and year round. It has 300 pontoon berths, including 80 for visitors, and 48 moorings on “barbell” buoys. The marina provides a safe port of call for boats travelling between the Channel and the Atlantic. Vessels of up to 12m can moor at the pontoons, which are equipped with catways, water and electricity.  20 more buoy moorings are available in summer for boats of up to 18m, with no maximum draught.

The perfect starting point for a tour of the North Breton coastline

The Port of Aber Wrac’h is the only deep-water marina between Brest and Roscoff. It provides a perfect stopover for coastal navigators and for recreational boaters travelling between the Channel and the Atlantic. 

Local shops and beaches

Shops are located 2km away in the village of Landéda, and a corner shop, restaurants and a shipchandler can be found near the port. From the marina, you can visit the beautiful Pays des Abers with its rugged and breathtaking landscapes, a paradise for hikers and water sport lovers. 



  • Respect speed limits in the channel and the harbour.
  • Stay tuned to channel 9 on your VHF radio.


The regulations apply within the administrative area of the port as well as in the access channels
Port of Aber Wrac’h Police Regulations

Fairing area slipway

Fairing area slipway regulations

Waiting list

Download the waiting list procedure
Download the waiting list registration renewal form

Mooring at pontoons and barbell buoys

Barbell buoy mooring recommendations

Pontoon mooring recommendations

Port of Aberwrac'h

By the sea

Entrance :

Do not enter Chenal de la Pendante. It can be dangerous and is of no interest other than for shore fishing.

Enter Chenal de la Malouine by day, only in good weather and calm seas, when arriving from or departing to the east.

The safest approach in all weathers is from the Libenter western cardinal mark buoy (48.37,5 N – 004.38,4 W) located to the west of the rocky plateau of Libenter.

By day

  • From the Libenter western cardinal mark  buoy (48.37,5 N – 004.38,4 W)
  • Find the first leading line (100.1°) of the Lanvaon and Ile Wrac’h lighthouses, keeping the Trépied buoy and two Pot de Beurre tower beacons to port
  • After passing the Petit Pot de Beurre tower beacon (cardinal East), bear right to find the second leading line (128°) of the orange-domed Saint Antoine and La Palue lights

By night

  • After tacking around the Libenter buoy: cardinal west (9 Fl.W.15s)
  • Follow the leading line of the Grand Chenal, indicated by the Lanvaon (Fl.W) and Ile Wrac’h (Fl.R) leading lights
  • Port entrance lights: Direction light (48.35,9 N – 4.33,9 W) Sector light Fl.WRG; Oc(2).6s.R to the north and G to the south. The mounted sector light on the old slipway indicates the channel to Les Moines.

Speed limits :

5 knots in the channel
3 knots in the port


By the earth

  • Brest Bretagne Airport: the airport is an ideal starting point for your visit in the region. It is located next to the highways leading to Northern, Western and Southern Brittany. Website: https://www.brest.aeroport.bzh/accueil

Our services

Accessible 7j/7

7 days a week

Carburant (SP 95, Gazole)

Fuel (SP95 and diesel)
available 24 hours a day
payment by bank card

Manutention par remorque hydraulique

Handling by
hydraulic trailer

Cale de mise à l’eau


Aire de carénage

Fairing area

Grue de 1,5T

1.5 tonne crane

Eau potable

Drinking water

Electricité à quai (220 V / 20 A)

Electricity at quayside
(220 V / 20 A)

Electricité sur ponton (220 V / 16 A)

Electricity on pontoons
(220 V / 16 A)

Pompes eaux noires et eaux usées

Black and grey
water pumps

Pompes de cales

Bilge water pumps

9 WC & 9 douches (1 PMR)

9 WCs and 9 showers
(1 accessible shower)



WI-FI gratuit




Tri sélectif des déchets



Weather updates

20 bouées visiteurs

20 visitor buoys


Informations & rates

Tourist information

Tourist information


Hours of operation
Port office

October to March M T W T F
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
April M T W T F
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm – 5:30 pm

9:00 am – 12:00 pm
May M T W T F S S 
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm – 7:30 pm
June M T W T F S S
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm – 8:00 pm
July and August M T W T F S S
7:30 am – 9:00 pm
September M T W T F S S
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm – 7:00 pm


Port of Aberwrac'h
Port of Aberwrac'h

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+33 (0)2 98 04 91 62

VHF : 16

TEL : 196