For the 4th consecutive year, the marina of Port Joinville receives the French Blue Flag label, the benchmark eco-label for ports and beaches. The Blue Flag is an international environmental and tourism label awarded annually since 1985 by Teragir to municipalities and marinas that have implemented an exemplary environmental management policy. To be able to be labeled, a marina must meet 40 criteria divided into 4 main families: Waste management Marine environment management [...]
Happy New Year 2022 !We wish you a beautiful, sparkling, colourful and luminous year 2022! - The Île d'Yeu marina team -
Port Joinville ApplicationAs you may know, Port Joinville has developed a mobile application for greater flexibility and ease of use. You can now renew : your registration on our waiting list for an annual place, your annual contract, via our Port Joinville application. A great opportunity to familiarise yourself with this new tool !
Use your holiday vouchers!Friendly boaters, Good news: your marina on the Ile d'Yeu accepts holiday vouchers for your stopovers. So don't hesitate, come and drop anchor at Port Joinville, we'll be delighted to welcome you!
Nouveau service PlaisanciersMise en place sur l’aire de carénage d’une borne de collecte « REKUPO » en collaboration avec l’éco organisme Ecodds. Les particuliers peuvent y déposer gratuitement les déchets chimiques issus de l’entretien de leur bateau : Peintures, gel coat, résines, mastics, colles…. en contenants inférieurs à 5 litres. Les matériaux solid[...]
Free access to Portjoinville!We are very pleased to inform you that access to Portjoinville is now free! No more obligatory reservation, come and see us as soon as you feel like it... We look forward to welcoming you! See you soon on our island...
Prefectorial Order of 15 May 2020Dear pleasure boaters, In direct connection with the deconfinement decided by the government last May 11th, we communicate to you the prefectoral decree of derogatory authorization of the boating and leisure activities. -> Consult the PDF document Note that for the moment, the Ile d'Yeu is only accessible to people with an island card (prefectoral decree). Thank you for your understanding.
WATER ACTIVITIES RECOVERYDear pleasure boaters, As you know, we are now entering a period of deconfinement. Our team is at your disposal to accompany and inform you in this new situation. The practice of nautical activities at sea is authorized as of today, Monday May 11th. You will find on this page of the Préfecture Maritime de l'Atlantique the safety advice essential to the resumption of these nautical activities. In order to succeed together in deconfining the marina, it is[...]
EXTENDED CLOSURE AT PORTS OF CALLFollowing a new prefectural publication, access to the Ile d'Yeu is forbidden to anyone who does not hold a card attesting that they are a permanent resident of the island. All calls are forbidden at the Ile d'Yeu marina until further notice. We hope to see you soon! -> Consult the prefectoral decree
Verification ServiceDear jokers, Dear boaters, We hope you're doing well, You can't take care of your boat, go there to check that everything is ok, the CCI Yachting teams will offer you this service! We already check the moorings and if necessary we intervene to keep your boat safe! If you have specific requests (cut off the electrical power to avoid a fire risk, check the bilge pump, ...) we invite you to complete the form, we will do our utmost for your peace of m[...]
Prohibition of nautical activitiesCommunication of the ATLANTIC MARITIME PREFECTURE In accordance with decree n° 2020-344 of 27 March 2020 supplementing the decree No 2020-293 of 23 March 2020 prescribing the necessary general measures to deal with the covid-19 outbreak in a state of emergency sanitary, the maritime and coastal activities of pleasure boating and water sports are prohibited at sea until 31 March 2020. Download the official document
Prohibition of nautical activitiesCommunication of the ATLANTIC MARITIME PREFECTURE In accordance with decree 2020-260 of 16 March 2020 on the regulation of movements in the context of the fight against the spread of the virus COVID-19, the Maritime Prefecture of the Atlantic states that...: the maritime and coastal activities of pleasure boating and water sports are prohibited at sea until 31 March 2020. Download the official document