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Featured content represents a selection of five marinas, harbours, quays and bays that are great examples of the collaborative efforts of sailors using All featured content undergoes a thorough review process to ensure that it meets the highest standards in order to serve as the best example of

Carentan: (Marina in Carentan, France) A marina at the head of a long channel close to the town in a rural setting, behind lock gates. A couple of restaurant near the top of the marina. Approximately 50 visitor berths on pontoons, basic facilities, supermarket in town.

Trebeurden: (Marina in Trebeurden, France) A large tidal marina with six long pontoons behind a sill and sturdy breakwater. A couple of mooring fields outside the marina. Several restaurants nearby and a 15min walk to the nearest supermarket on the main road,

Les Bas-Sablons: (Marina in Saint-Malo, France) Just south of the main ferry terminals in a large bay protected by a solid breakwater below the Fort d'aled. Holding just short of 1300 berths on long pontoons with a sill to keep the basin flooded at low-tide.

Alcaidesa: (Marina in La Linea de la Concepcion, Spain) A set of three pontoons with a harbour north of Gibraltar on the Spanish side of the runway. A 20min walk north-east into town to find a collection of restaurants. And a further 10min walk to the supermarket.

De Sines: (Marina in Sines, Portugal) Four pontoons behind the eastern breakwater of the sandy bay opposite the fishing port. The bay is itself with a much larger commercial port. Basic facilities. A 25min walk north into town and a further 10min walk to the supermarket.