This 671-berth port is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Whatever the weather conditions, the time of day or the tide, the port is a reliable and very welcome port-of-call between the Iroise Sea and the Cotentin Peninsula. The Roscoff deep-water marina, facing the shoreline below the Roscoff Botanical Gardens, has been designed to the very highest environmental standards, is accessible to disabled persons and, protected from the swell by an angled pier, is easy to navigate. This is an excellent starting point for an exploratory trip around the Bay of Morlaix.
Conveniently situated between Aber Wrach and Trebeurden, Roscoff Marina is the perfect place to stop while waiting for a tide. It’s a stop-over port for yachts sailing through the Channel, whether heading towards Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands… or going south, and soon to be facing the difficulties of the Iroise Sea. It is also a good place to stay for a bit, and enjoy the wonderful scenery surrounding the Bay of Morlaix, both on land and out to sea.
Roscoff Marina is fully provided with essential facilities and services.
Private service providers will soon complete the picture: bars, launderette, chandlery, bicycle hire, restaurants