A Marina with more than 80 berths.
Welcome to our Marina (Port de Plaisance de Strasbourg), situated near the heart of Strasbourg’s “Grande Ile”. The Marina in Strasbourg would be happy to welcome you all year round, seven days a week - be it for a simple one-night stopover, a stay in the European capital, or to moor your boat here all year long.
Equipments and services
With its 80 places, with moorings for 5.00m through to 40-metre house boats and draft up to 2.80m, with 240V/380V in 16/32A electrical posts, running water, the Marina in Strasbourg is the ideal location when passing through Alsace.
The Marina includes a floating fuel station, a Shipschandler store. A qualified mechanic’s services are available if you need them, and we also offer electrical and paint work.
The marina is fenced in and secure thanks to its CCTV cameras and digicode acces. The Marina in Strasbourg is home all year long to families which gives it a warm feeling, both friendly and secure at the same time. The Marina offers daily, monthly and annual rates, as well as a lump-sum overwintering fee. Don’t hesitate to contact us to find out more.
A mooring in a fast-growing part of town.
The Marina (Port de Plaisance de Strasbourg) is located in a modern and dynamic part of the capital of Europe. It is home to a shopping centre, cinema, museum, restaurants and bars... the new heart of Strasbourg offers you all of the comforts and commodities you could need during your stay - and all less than one kilometre from the harbour.
The old town centre of Strasbourg is located 1.900m from the harbor, with its thousand-year old cathedral, its pedestrian districts, and its infamous winstub bars where you can try a tarte flambée washed down with a glass of Alsatian wine. Take a walk along the banks of the Ill, stop off on a terrace and then take a trip by bike along one of the many cycling routes that will take you to the leisure harbour in less than 10 minutes. Just a few steps away from the harbour you can relax in the city’s green lung: the “Parc de la citadelle”. This amply-sized park of 11 hectares offers playgrounds for children, basketball courts and petanque areas and sporting equipment, or you can just take a stroll along the river banks and explore the Vauban fortifications from 1681.
The Marina is located in the Rhine Harbour basin, France’s second river harbour and the third largest harbour on the Rhine. The independent harbour’s catchement area spans around 100km, from Lauterbourg to Marckolsheim. The Marina is linked to the Marne to Rhine canal and also the Rhône to Rhine canal, which guarantee you easy connections for your water-bound travel.