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Infrastructures / Facilities

The Naye Lock

The Naye Lock

Access to the inner basins is through the Naye Lock which can accommodate vessels up to 150 m in length and 21 m in width with a draught of 9.00 m.

Lock schedules are determined based on the tide.  

Click HERE to view the lock schedules.

Ecluse du Naye

The Naye ferry terminal

The Naye ferry terminal

The Naye ferry terminal welcomes passengers (trucks, vehicles, pedestrians) to or from the United Kingdom (Portsmouth) and the Channel Islands (Jersey and Guernsey).

Ferry traffic is carried out on the two ramps of the outer port, either on conventional ferries or on high-speed vessels.

The Naye ferry terminal offers full services to passengers, including company offices, car rental companies, a snack bar and restaurant, newspapers, a long-stay parking, etc.

740,000 passengers and 360,000 tonnes of freight pass through the Naye ferry terminal every year. Saint-Malo is the first Breton passenger port and one of the first French ports.

Le terminal ferry du Naye
© Jérôme Sevrette

The mobile bridges

The mobile bridges

4 mobile bridges allow access to the Saint-Malo basins:

The Pont du Naye (at the level of the lock, entrance into the Vauban basin)

Saint-Malo Bridge (link between Vauban Basin and Duguay-Trouin Basin). 

Saint-Servan bridge (link between the Vauban basin and the Bouvet basin)

Jacques Cartier Bridge (link between Vauban Basin and Jacques Cartier Basin)

These 4 bridges are managed by the Brittany region.

Cranes and travelift

Cranes and travelift

The commercial port of Saint-Malo has 10 cranes for loading and unloading different king of goods (bulk, big bags, container up to 20').

Mobile or rail cranes, they are transported on the port as required. They can have a range up to 40 m and a maximum load of 45 tons.

For the shipyards, a 400 tons travelift is based at the Pôle Naval Jacques Cartier

For the fishing port, 2 cranes are installed on the quay du Val in Saint-Malo, and one in Cancale at the end of the pier.

For more information:   outillage@saintmalo-cancale.port.bzh

Grues et élévateur à bateau
Crédit photo : Manuel Clauzier
Grues et élévateur à bateau
Crédit photo : EDEIS

Warehouses and yards

Warehouses and yards

For the unloading and storage of goods, the port of Saint-Malo has different equipment: warehouses and yards.

The Jacques Cartier Naval Centre has 10 positions to accommodate ships during maintenance operations.

For further information: contact@saintmalo-cancale.port.bzh

Download site request form HERE 

Docks and pontoons

Docks and pontoons

For the loading and unloading of goods, the port of Saint-Malo has different docks: the quay Duguay-Trouin, the quay Surcouf, the quay Chateaubriand, the quay des Corsaires, the quay Charcot, the quay Lamennais, the quay Trichet, the quay du Val and the quay Nord.

Similarly, docks can be used for temporary storage.

The Pôle Technique Duguay-Trouin (specialized for maintenance of pleasure craft) is equipped with more than 400 linear meters of pontoons. The quay Duguay-Trouin can also accommodate boats on pontoons.

For further information: contact@saintmalo-cancale.port.bzh

The Bourse terminal

The Bourse terminal

Located between Intra-Muros and the Naye ferry terminal, the Bourse terminal welcomes passengers from cruise liners and other port services (harbour pilots, tugs, etc.).

The Bourse terminal also accommodates the offices (reception, information) of JET WEST (water sports) and Compagnie Corsaire (shipping company proposing boat excursions).

A restaurant, l'Amiral, with views of the outer harbour, is also open to all (90 seats) and can be privatized for private events.

La gare maritime de la Bourse

 

La gare maritime de la Bourse

 

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