Yachting is on a roll
It is in a site in current transformation that the Dieppe marina welcomed for the first time the departure of the “Tour Voile” (Sailing race in France) in 1995. With this event, the Dieppe marina gained a touristic and sport popularity.
The marina has a great success because boats can enter and exit when they want, regardless of the tide, unlike other ports on the Normandy coast.
Oriented towards leisure, entertainment and tourism, the marina’s facilities make the port one of the oldest French seaside resorts, it is also the closest beach from Paris and the closest seaside resort from London. The nautical sector is a tool for the development of the economy and tourism which generate employment and it is confirm by the label “Pavillon Bleu”. By this asset, the Dieppe region is recognized and is an appreciated maritime area.
The marina, located in the heart of the historic city, is accessible at all times, without tidal constraint. The marina occupies three basins: The Ango Basin (410 Spots), The Duquesne Basin (70 Spots) & The Paris Basin (70 Spots).