Barneville Carteret Marina

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Barneville-Carteret, 50270
49° 22' 27.84'', -1° 47' 38.0''
00 33 (0)2 33 04 70 84
Barneville Carteret Marina
Barneville Carteret Marina
Barneville Carteret Marina
Barneville Carteret Marina
Barneville Carteret Marina
Barneville Carteret Marina
Barneville Carteret Marina
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Access to marina Chart datum + 5 m. Swing gate 1.30 m high. The door is openning 2h30 before and after the high tide. There is 1.30 m of water on opening of the gate.

311 berths in basin, 60 visitors 95 grounding places Yacht-Club Fresh water on pontoon Electricity on quay (220 - 380 V/16 A), on pontoon (220 V) Toilets and showers WIFI Rubbish collect Slipway 35 t Crane Launching slipway Fueling (reception's berth under Harbour office)


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Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017

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I have visited this beautiful Marina twice and really enjoyed it both times, back again this year. Once you get over the harbour assistant who does not speak English all others are most welcoming and the Clubhouse on the Marina wall is terrific. Great view, good food and friendly staff. The small town is only 5 minutes slow walk away with all the facilities we needed, including a local produce market. A super sandy beach is about10 minute walk but well worth it.Barneville town is a 20-30 minute walk along quiet lanes and has the full range of shops etc. Do not be put off by the Almanac's horror stories, approach at the right state of tide and in a power craft at least, it is no problem BUT beware of the cross tide at the entrance.

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