Rowing Canoe sprint Para rowing Para canoe-sprint
Located 30 minutes from Cayenne - Félix Eboué airport, the nautical center of Terre Rouge, was built as part of the Guyana advanced base 2014-2016 program, with the aim of receiving national and international delegations, for their preparation for the RIO 2016 Games. It thus has the characteristics to accommodate high-level athletes as part of their preparation, in the disciplines of rowing, Paralympic rowing, canoe sprint, paracanoe. The practice of the traditional canoe is also allowed there.
It meets both the expectations of a sporting elite looking for performance, and the needs of boaters looking for moments of relaxation. It is equipped with a training room and a weight room, a shelter, a boat garage, a launching ramp and a landscaped lake, thus allowing the practice of several water sports.
It is close to the Tonnegrande Center for Initiations of Outdoor Activities (CHIAPN), and the historic site of Bagne des Annamites, with a footpath leading to the Tonnegrande river.
The Terre Rouge nautical center hosts two local clubs, and has hosted numerous sporting competitions including 1000 oars and paddles since 2016. It has particularly welcomed Paralympic athletes in canoeing, including Cindy Moreaux, bronze medalist at the Olympic Games of RIO 2016.
Meeting room Internet access Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery International airport nearby Hospital nearby Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room