H2OLand dry port

A practical, secure and economical solution

The site, closed and secured, extends over 7 hectares on the banks of the Saône, in the immediate vicinity of the port of Saint-Jean-de-Losne. This parking service preserves the condition of your boat, avoiding premature deterioration due to weather conditions, and protects it.

Dry sites for boats
Dry boat storage in a shed

Choose your formula :

  • parking on land
  • under metal hangar
  • in a heated building

The safety of your boat is our priority

Our technicians have all the skills and equipment necessary to handle your boat with rigour and care.

Dry port with boats on land

At the beginning of the summer season, your boat will already be ready to sail!

For more information on how the dry port works, find the frequently asked questions below:

Yes.Surveillance of the onshore parking lot is provided by a guard and vigilance is enhanced with several alarms.

Yes. The boats are stored in optimal conditions: a standard electrical installation and no work is carried out in the storage halls. The structure has perfectly clear traffic lanes to facilitate access and guarantee the safety of the boats during handling.


This depends on the option chosen. Storage in a heated building guarantees a minimum of 5° all year round.

Yes. A simple call to our team a week in advance, and your boat will be available afloat on the day you arrive.

No.Our technicians have all the skills and equipment necessary to handle your boat with rigor and finesse.

No. The package includes a dry berth in the building, with an afloat berth always available in our Marina at no extra charge regardless of the length of the mooring in the water.

Yes. Mooring, dry or afloat, can be monthly or annual depending on your plans.

Yes.A boat stored out of the water requires less maintenance costs than a boat afloat subject to the weather: reduced need for antifouling, protection of anodes, limitation of corrosion or osmosis etc.

How to reserve a place?

Spaces are limited, so reservations are required.

All procedures are to be carried out at the H2O harbour master’s office in the port of Saint-Jean-de-Losne.