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INSTALLATIONS

The marina facilities, normally available for 15 May to 15 October, include:
 

  • Dock spaces for 97 boats, of which 30 are reserved for visitors, (draft of 1.80m (6ft) or less,

  • One large, fixed visitors’ dock equipped with water and electricity,

  • Floating dock sections, also equipped with water and electricity, can handle boats to a maximum length overall of 38 feet and maximum beam of 15 feet,

  • A service dock with pump-out facilities,

  • A launching ramp for smaller, trailerable boats,

  • Wi-Fi, toilettes, showers, washer & dryers, ice and BBQs,

  • A clubhouse with coffee and bar service, plus tourist information,

  • A large, covered patio deck, ideal for relaxing, picnics, meetings and special events.

 

HOURS OF OPERATION
THE CLUBHOUSE (capitainerie)

From mid-June to mid-September: 8am to 10pm

Low season: Monday to Saturday: 8am to 10am

 

ACCES

A narrow passage between Entry Island and Sandy Hook leads into the Baie de Plaisance. This ‘pass’ is quite narrow and the lighted buoys need to be carefully respected.

 

Leave the green buoy YK1 to port and proceed on a course of 213⁰T towards the harbour of Havre-Aubert. Once beyond the entrance to the fishing port, and passing the red buoy YK22, the access to the marina is via a secondary, marked channel of approximately 400m leading to the fixed visitors’ dock. There is barely 1.80m (6ft) of water at low tide.

 

Visitors should broadcast their intentions on VHF channel 68 before arrival.

 

TARIFFS
  • Visitors $1.25/ft. daily,

  • Dingy tie-up (for boats at anchor) $5.00/day,

  • Dock space 4 hours or less $10.

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POUR NOUS JOINDRE PAR COURRIEL / CONTACT US BY EMAIL :

CLUB NAUTIQUE

LES PLAISANCIERS DU HAVRE

 

Comp. M. Réal Boudreau, gérant

Téléphone : 418 937-5283

984, chemin de la Grave, Havre-Aubert

Îles-de-la-Madeleine, QC  CANADA  G4T 9C7

 

© Les Plaisanciers du Havre / Design  : Josée Lamontagne