A maritime traffic that evolved from the Middle Ages to the end of the 19th century
From the Middle Ages, Regnéville saw ever increasing maritime traffic. Despite this, from the 13th century, the dry port suffered its first access problems when the larger ships were sometimes obliged to unload some of their cargo on the island of Chausey.
1850 to 1900 : the last burst of port activity
The lime and exportation of products from inland, opened new coastal shipping routes and around 1850, the port saw a rise in activity up to the beginning of the 1900’s.