Notice from Ports de Plaisance - Perros-Guirec:
Waterproofing works on the access door to the port of Perros-Guirec will be carried out from Monday, May 20 to Thursday, May 23 included.
Entry and exit will be strictly prohibited during port opening hours to ensure the safety of divers and the smooth progress of work.
You can contact the harbor master's office for any further information:
Due to the popularity of the event last year Justin Jones will be holding a highly interactive rope talk at the RCIYC on 1st May 2019 commencing at 7pm. This event is open to all promises to be a highly informative evening
Communication from the General Secretariat for Maritime Affairs in Brittany and the Côtes d’Armor Departmental Coastal and Maritime Directorate
Those yachts that are planning to call in any marina not designated as a PPF port (Maritime Border Entry Port) have no cause for concern as the following procedure will be adopted:Read more
In the event of a “No Deal” BREXIT we have been advised that the French Authorities are indicating that visitors to France, arriving from the Channel Islands by sea, will have to initially report to a Frontières Maritimes Port to achieve Customs/Immigration Clearance.
After this they can freely move between other ports on the French Coast, including to marinas that are not designated Frontières Martimes.Read more
As requested by some of our members, here are the latest updates on the following outstanding leisure boat matters:
Message from Guernsey Harbours:
"We would like to inform you that due to the current tides we have been able to get to the gate, it will need to undergo further testing before we can announce it operational. We are currently waiting for a new control unit for the traffic light system, so the default setting is for red lights to be displayed. We would like to ask that vessel owners are to proceed with caution during this period. There will be an update once the work has been completed."