Anatole Bouquet de La Grye (May 29, 1827 - December 21, 1909) was a French hydrographic engineer. He graduated from the École Polytechnique in 1847. Bouquet de la Grye created maps of the island of Elbe, Tuscany, New Caledonia, and Alexandria over the course of his career. His most notable accomplishment was proposing and championing the creation of a La Pallice (also known as the grand port maritime de La Rochelle), a large deep-water commercial port at La Rochelle, France. He was elected as a member of the Academy of Sciences in 1884 and became President of the Academy in 1902.