Port authority

Saint-Cast Port d'Armor

Saint-Cast-le-Guildo

About us

    Opened in 2009, Saint-Cast Port d'Armor has 825 pontoon berths (accessible 24 hours a day), 24 buoy moorings and 180 visitor berths on the pontoon. A pontoon is reserved for professional fishermen (50 sites).

    Saint-Cast Port d'Armor is an essential stopover to discover the marvels of the Emerald Coast such as the Ebihens archipelago, the Corsair city of Saint-Malo, the mythical Fort La Latte and the mighty cliffs of Cap Fréhel.
    Come and enjoy the seaside resort of Saint-Cast and its magnificent white sand beaches.

    Available services:

    Free Wifi access
    Toilets: 24-hour access by digicode and magnetic badges for permanent users (24 toilets / 17 showers, dishwashing sink and laundry).
    Fuel pontoon: equipped with a credit card machine, it allows everyone to help themselves 24 hours a day.
    Pumping station, free waste water recovery system (a connection is available on request at the port office), bilge water and waste oil.
    Selective sorting point: located at the top of footbridge n°2.
    Pontoons equipped with water and electricity (220 V / 10 A).
    Technical area for ship repair work and ship handling: approved fairing area, 22T elevator, 2.5T lifting jib, port waste disposal center reserved for users.
    Weather forecast 24 hours a day
    VHF channel 9

    Technical services :

    Wintering afloat
    Slipway.
    Fairing and handling: 20T lift and 2,5T jib
    Shipyards – Schipchandlers – Electronicians Boat rental

    Other services: Grocery store and bread depot, restaurants and shops on the port.

    ​​Spoken Languages:
    • French
    • English
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    Eco-responsible charter - 3 sheets
    Eco-responsible charter - 3 sheets

    Contact

    Saint-Cast Port d'Armor
    The Port
    Port office
    22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo

    Pratical information

    Equipments
    • Restaurant
    • WiFi
    Services
    • Shop
    • Shower
    • Water Access
    • Toilets

    Prices

    Payment Methods:
    • Payment cards
    • French bank and postal checks
    • Cash