The iconic Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognised voluntary eco-labels awarded to beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators. In order to qualify for the Blue Flag, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety, and accessibility criteria must be met and maintained. Our marina carry the Blue Flag which is awarded to marinas in 48 countries across Europe, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada and the Caribbean. The award of a Blue Flag marina is based on compliance with 24 criteria covering the aspects :

Environmental Management
Water Quality
Environmental Education and Information
Safety and Services

Blue Flag 2019

Saint-Quay Port d’Armor has been involved in the French programme “Ports Propres”. We are currently promoting advice and guidance provided by « The Green Blue », the British environment programme created by the Royal Yachting Association and British Marine. We are also involved in two French initiatives : “Je navigue, Je trie” (to foster waste recycling) and “Piles à Quai” (to foster battery recycling).

Our marina provides to the residents and transient yachtsmen :

  • Containers for used oil
  • Pump-out facilities for both bilge waters and black waters
  • Containers for household rubbish and plastic wraps, bags, paper and cans at the top of each pontoon
  • 2 Containers for glass, opposite pontoon 7 and at the marina entrance
  • Green collection point for wood, paint, scrap metal, batteries and old cordage at the marina entrance
  • Environmentally friendly hull cleaning area (on the drying harbour)