PRESENTATION OF THE NATURIST PORT OF CAP D’AGDE: PORT AMBONNE
At the heart of the naturist village, 300 places fitted out to accommodate boats from 4 m to 10 m with a draft less than 1 m
– Access to the regulated district
– Fully Autonomous: Shops, Restaurants, Banks, Shopping Centers, Medical Services, Post Office ……
– Residences, hotels, campsites …
– 2 km of fine sand
For a different perception of our environment, the Port Naturiste du Cap d’Agde offers boaters a shelter in the heart of a completely autonomous naturist village. A site open to the sea in harmony with nature, where the man can freely find the essential.
A return to the origins, in a context however combining technology and modernity. Catway, Mooring Arm, Closed Parking, Sanitary Photovoltaic …
Think Nature and moor at Port Ambonne, the Naturist Port of Cap d’Agde, first naturist destination in the Mediterranean.
• To contact relief and join the CROSS
VHF channel 16
This channel is used to alert vessels that are guarding channel 16 within 6 to 8 miles
The VHF call makes it possible to locate the boat immediately
By mobile phone: call 196 (free)
• For your boat papers:
Delegation Sea and Coastal (DML), ex maritime affairs: 04.34.46.63.16, 4 rue hoche, 34207 Sète cedex, email@example.com
Customs: 09.70.27.70.13, 27 Asphalt Dock Herber, 34200 Sète
Some simple rules among others:
– Know the weather before leaving
– Check your fuel level before departure,
– Tell your loved ones about your navigation program and any changes.
– Check the condition of your distress flares and their expiration date.
– Check that you have the appropriate security equipment for your navigation category
Sécurité au Port
The Cap d’Agde port security service’s mission is to secure all the structures managed by SODEAL, to welcome and assist boaters and users.
Enforce the general regulations of the police of the port as well as the particular regulation of the quays, terraces shops and campsites.
Monitor buildings, equipment and structures using the CCTV system.
Help all campers, boaters and port users (towing in case of breakdown, pumping on waterways, re-anchoring in bad weather)
Assist intervention forces (firefighters, National and Municipal Police)
Carry help and assistance to injured people who have fallen into the water …
Take measures of first urgency and notify the competent help
Safety of People Falling Into the Water
To allow people accidentally fallen into the water to be able to go back more easily, an awareness campaign and implication of the Plaisants is led by the port of Cap d’Agde.
Boaters will be invited to highlight on the scales of rear tables of the boats that have them, a signal tape in cloth with fluorescent yellow spinnaker.