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Dinan is a medieval town, enclosed by ramparts overlooking the valley of the Rance (a spectacular sight). Try to keep a few hours available to visit this very lively town; it is at its best during the summer season. You will be able to visit the castle of the Duchess Anne and its museum, the Saint Sauveur Basilica and discover the old alleys including the famous Jerzual Road, the English Garden and the Clock Tower.
Base Opening Hours
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 08.30 to 12.30 and 14:00 to 18:00.
If you are going to be arriving at the base late, you will need to inform the base directly or the general sales office where you booked. When you arrive at the base there will be a note on the reception door informing you where your boat is. The boat will be left open with the lights on for you to stay on board that night. The base staff will do the full briefing the following morning.
When To Arrive:
Your boat will be ready to depart for 16:00 - 18:00. We recommend that you arrive 60 minutes earlier for check-in and instructions.
If you have booked an Early Check-in Service, please arrive at the base ready to depart between 11am and 12pm or from 2pm.
Your boat should be returned and unoccupied by 9am on your last cruising day (or by midday if you have booked a Late Check-out).
Hotels and Restaurants
Le Carré d’As - Tel. + 33 (0) 299 342 779
La Gibecière in Lohéac - Tel. + 33 (0) 299 340 614
Hotel de La Tour De L’Horloge - Tel. +33 (0) 296 399 692
De L’océan - Tel. – +33 (0) 296 39 21 51
Au Vieux Saint-Sauveur - Tel. – +33 (0) 296 85 30 20
Ristorante De La Gare – Tel. +33 (0) 299 342 779
La Gibecière – Tel. +33 (0) 299 340 614
De La Tour De L’Horloge – Tel. +33 (0) 296 399 692
Du Champ Clos – Tel. +33 (0) 296 390 456
De L’océan – Tel. +33 (0) 296 392 151
Hostellerie Du Vieux Saint-Sauveur – Tel. +33 (0) 296 853 020
Auberges Des Terres Neuves – Tel. +33 (0) 296 398 645
Le Relais Corsaire – Tel. +33 (0) 296 394 017
You can find all the facilities you might need in Dinan including everyday shops and services such as banks, a post office, a pharmacy and a supermarket. Our base has toilets, showers and free open-air parking.
It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with local road rules and abide by them. Most European countries have a list of compulsory equipment that you must take with you. For example, there is a new legal requirement in France to carry a breathalyser, triangle & florescent jacket in your car. For driving advice and a list of the equipment you’ll need, please visit www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/overseas
Michelin map n° 59 and IGN map n° 105 will help you.
Dinard-Pleurtuit : 23 km (N176/D766)
Rennes St Jacques: 58 km (D137)
Nantes: 162 km (E3/D137)
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