La Trinité-sur-Mer is the home port of many professional sailors and the yachting heart and soul of Morbihan. In La Trinité, you will enjoy a comfortable stopover in the heart of a lively village that is entirely sailing orientated. By walking along the harbour, you will find everything you need to resupply and continue your cruise. There are many charter agencies in La Trinité and they will be happy to welcome you and guide you through your choice of navigations.
Peter Mark : The boat was in good shape and well equipped. The staff were very helpful and flexible too. They helped us out by allowing us to s... read more
Catherine (Pien) : Dufour was well equipped for sailing, including spinaker. Inside the boat, age (from 2008) was starting to show but absolutely acc... read more
Gavin : The boat was well eqipped and in good condition. The area has a lot to offer regardless of the weather. As the weather was very go... read more
The port of La Trinité-sur-Mer is easy to access. There are 1080 berths (180 on current meter moorings and 1070 on pontoons) including 120 for visitors. It can be accessed at any time of the day or night. Allow for 22 euros per night for a 10-meter boat in high season and 110 euros for a week. In the harbour, you will have access to toilet facilities and showers, fuel station, laundrette and Wi-Fi. Regarding Ship chandlers, you needn’t worry about it, as there are plenty around. The following two are well stocked: USHIP (Cour des quais, near the harbour master’s office) and Atlantique Moteurs (Z.A. de Kermaquer).