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Roscoff-Bloscon marina

A round-the-clock, full-service port of call

This 625-berth, 24-hour deep-water marina welcomes visitors year round. Whatever the weather, time of day or tide conditions, the port of Roscoff offers boaters a safe stopover between the Iroise Sea and the Cotentin Peninsula. The sustainably-designed Roscoff marina flies both the Clean Harbour andClean Harbour Active in Biodiversity flags. All boaters can enjoy a comfortable stay at this accessible marina.

A sheltered port

The marina’s 625 berths are along pontoons and the main jetty, where boats of up to 30m (with up to a 3m draught) can moor. 

Protected from the swell by a long angled seawall, the marina lies just across from the Roscoff Botanical Gardens.  Roscoff is an excellent starting point for a mini-cruise in the Bay of Morlaix.

A warm welcome

There’s always someone on the water in Roscoff to welcome you and guide you into port. Another marina staff member will meet you at the pontoon and help with mooring. A team of experienced professionals is available to advise and assist you.

Up-to-date quayside and onshore services

Recreational boaters will find all the comforts of a modern marina in Roscoff:

  • Electricity and drinking water supply on all pontoons
  • 24-hour fuel pumps (SP95 and diesel)
  • Black water and bilge water pump out
  • 2 sanitary facilities along the pontoons
  • Showers, WCs and washing stations near the port office
  • Parking reserved for users of the port
  • Bike rentals and bread order service available at the port office
Technical services for your boat

A travel lift can transport boats of up to 50 tonnes to the fairing area. Its crane can de- and remast sailboats and hoist small regatta boats, motors and other heavy items weighing up to 2 tonnes. 

A wheeled amphibian boat cradle is available to remove small boats from the water or launch them from the slipway. The slipway is exceptionally wide (20m) and is accessible 24 hours a day in all tides.

Near the year-round fairing area, another zone is used in summer as a parking lot for boat-launching vehicles. In winter, this parking lot is also used as a fairing area.


Only a ten-minute walk from the historical privateer town of Roscoff

The bus station is only 15 minutes’ walk from the port. The old port, still used by coastal fishermen, is a 15-minute walk away in the heart of historical Roscoff, a small, picturesque town with imposing granite houses dating to the 16th and 17th centuries. Shuttles run in July and August, including on market day (Wednesday). So much to do, and so many reasons to extend your stay!

A starting point for exploring the Bay of Morlaix

Roscoff’s ease of access makes it a natural starting point for an exploration of the Bay of Morlaix. From there, nothing could be simpler than planning your journey, sailing with the tides, enjoying water sports, and exploring the islands and stunning scenery before moving on to your next mooring at the Morlaix marina.

Passeport Escales

Roscoff marina is a member of the Passeport Escales network.
The idea is simple: the port encourages you to explore by offering you stays in participating ports like Morlaix and Aber Wrac’h. In exchange, you notify the port of your absence and free your berth for another user. Passeport Escales allows you to get the most out of your trip and enjoy special offers from maritime and tourist businesses.

Ask for more information at the port office, or visit: https://www.passeportescales.com/en/



Safety guidelines:

Due to activity in the commercial and fishing ports that adjoin the marina, it is important to closely follow safety regulations.

Announce your arrival

All boats with a VHF radio must stay tuned to channel 12 while navigating in the channel, and announce their arrival to the port office on channel 9.

Make sure you have permission to enter

Entry to the port is regulated by the light at the end of the Pierre Lemaire seawall.
When three red lights are lit, only boats authorised by the harbour master’s office may enter the port. This will usually be the ferry.

Make sure you have permission to exit

At the exit of the fishing harbour, other lights control the exits from the marina and inner fishing harbour when a ferry or commercial ship is sailing. When a vertical line of three red lights is lit, no boat has permission to leave.


The signals that control traffic in the Port of Roscoff conform to international regulations. Recreational boaters must follow the instructions given by the port officials.
Refusal to comply with these instructions is punishable by law according to Articles L.5334-5 and L.5337-5 of the French Transport Code.

History of the port

As the old port of Roscoff was not suited to intense commercial traffic, local farmers keen to export their vegetables initiated the construction of the Port of Bloscon, which opened in 1972. 

These energetic vegetable producers formed the SICA cooperative in Saint-Pol-de-Léon and launched their own logistics company, Brittany Ferries. At first, the ferries transported only merchandise, but in 1973 the Roscoff-based company began to carry passengers as well.

In 2001, a new pier was built specifically for the fishing fleet, complete with a market selling freshly-caught fish and crustaceans. The legendary local can-do attitude, combined with high-quality products and services, quickly made the Roscoff fish market a success. 

On the heels of all this development, the idea of a deep-water marina reappeared on the agenda in the 2000s. After three years of construction, the pontoons welcomed the first boats in June 2012. 

Roscoff-Bloscon marina

By the sea

Entrance : locate the Basse de Bloscon cardinal mark (VQ.W.3m4M), and then bear towards the end of the Lemaire seawall (FI.WG.4s9m10/7M) to the Ar Pourven cardinal mark (Q).

Cautions: respect the ferry priority lane.  Lemaire seawall signal lights R.R.R: no entrance; fish market jetty head signal lights R.R.R: no exit.

Caution: strong current at entrance during high tides.

Prevailing winds: SW/NE.

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



Eau potable

Drinking water

2 sanitaires accessibles PMR

2 accessible
sanitary facilities

25 douches et 17 WC accessibles PMR

25 accessible showers
and 17 accessible WCs

Accès PMR limité aux sanitaires

Only the sanitary
facilities are
wheelchair accessible



Parking gratuit 375 places

Free 375-space
parking lot

WI-FI gratuit


Tri sélectif des déchets





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Hours of operation
Port office

Monday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Roscoff-Bloscon marina
Roscoff-Bloscon marina

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TEL : 196