The Channel Port of Dieppe benefits from an exceptional geographic location and is ideally positioned as the natural link between France and Great Britain. Its Marina, situated at the heart of Jean Ango’s hometown, offers all the services of a major port of call as well as multiple advantages for the travelling sailor, with the additional bonus of being free from any tidal constraint.
With the support of four local territorial Authorities, and first and foremost the Normandy Region, with its economic partners and with the European Union, the Syndicat Mixte of the Channel Port of Dieppe* is developing its maritime activities: Cross-Channel Services, Commerce, Fishing, Leisure Boating, Ship Repair, and spearheading Schemes for Offshore Wind Farms. The one hundred and ten port employees put all their skills at the disposal of both port users and sea professionals.
The blue flag flying over the Channel Port is the well-known eco-label familiar to all French and European boaters. The Ango building offers the best services to Marina users and stands as the Alabaster Coast’s most striking Embassy. The fully automated dry port in the refurbished dry dock adds to Normandy’s seafaring and recreational appeal. Small-scale fishery and its blockbuster catch – the Scallop – promote Dieppe’s reputation. Fully compliant with all international security standards, the Cross-Channel ferry terminal guarantees the best of welcome to passengers and hauliers travelling the Dieppe – Newhaven route.
Take to the high seas! The Channel Port of Dieppe will broaden your horizons!
- President of the Syndicat Mixte of the Port of Dieppe
- President of the French Region of Normandy
*The Syndicat Mixte of the Channel Port of Dieppe groups four Regional Authorities. The investments and participation of each Authority have been proportionate to their initial commitments: Normandy Region 73%, Seine-Maritime Département 15%, Dieppe Maritime Towns Board 8% and City of Dieppe 4%.