Conseil Général de Seine Maritime
The port of Fécamp is situated on the French Channel coast between Le Havre and Dieppe. it consists of 5 inner port basins, 9 docks and is 300 meters long. The inner port is located 220 meters from the open sea with channel that is 70 meters wide. Numerous technical, commercial and administrative activities rely on the port activities and the port of Fécamp currently supports around 900 jobs. The Port of Fecamp, ranked departmental port since January 1, 1984, within the jurisdiction of the Department, which provides management costs and investment costs, maintenance and operation. In this context, a concession tooling was awarded in 1984 to the Chamber of Commerce Fécamp, with an effective date of 01/01/1985 for a period of 50 years.
The Chamber of Commerce manages three businesses operating in the port, namely fishing, trade and craft. It has, as such, the burden of maintenance works and superstructure floating warehouses, cranes, pontoons. The infrastructure, and operation of structures (locks doors) remain the exclusive jurisdiction of the Department.
Harbour infrastructures under direct management or leased receive departmental funding up to 30-50%. The Port of Le Treport, is a port for fisheries, commercial coastal shipping and leisure boating. Until the end of the nineteenth Le Treport was the principal fishing ports in the Seine-Maritime and Somme region. Le Treport is situated at the mouth of the Eu River linking the hinterland to the sea. Port Tréport , classified departmental port since January 1, 1984 , within the jurisdiction of the Department , which ensures management costs and investment costs , maintenance and operation. In this context, a full concession ( equipment and infrastructure) has been granted by the state in 1980 to the ICC Tréport (now CCI du Littoral Normand Picard ), with an effective date of 06/02/1980 , for a period of 50 years . When transferring from the port to the Department as part of the first law of decentralization of ports, the concession was transferred to the Department. Being a full concession , only 2 ports in France have this status ( Roscoff and Tréport ) , ICC provides management and maintenance of all structures and equipment present on the port, it also ensures operation of the works . Although control of consular work , work on infrastructure are however 100% funded by the Department , the tool receives departmental funding up to 30-50 % as the Port of Fecamp.