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You'll be instantly hooked by the Grand Léjon! So come aboard, bring your enthusiasm and... a sweater. During your 12 hour voyage, this yacht will ...
In Erquy harbour, the Sainte-Jeanne is already inviting you to crest the waves. Give yourself a salty treat: up to 18 people can sail aboard this ...
Try a trip off the beaten track! The feisty Marie-Georgette takes you to Plougrescant's 'field of rocks', washed by turquoise waters.
Take turns to hoist the jib or lower the mizzen sail - you'll soon be familiar with terms like this. Totally traditional sailing is a real joy on ...
A friendly-looking man awaits us aboard the Eulalie: dressed in his sailor's pea jacket, Dominique, the skipper, welcomes his shipmates for the ...
Depending on the wind, the Dragous sets a course for either Fort la Latte or the Ebihens Islands. Whatever the wind, you'll see some fabulous sights.
There's nothing like a trip on board the Telenn-Mor to bring you a taste of traditional sailing and sardine fishing! Welcome to a place where ...
All hands on deck! At the start of your cruise, the sun-burnt crew introduces everyone to the Nébuleuse.
Yann takes you aboard a Barfleur vaquelotte - a traditional Breton sailing boat. Together you will set off to explore the historic heritage of ...
In Saint-Goustan, the Indomptable (Invincible) has found a new lease of life. After working off the coast of Brest, the elegant scallop-fishing ...
Do you want a taste of the real seafaring life? Even if you're a complete beginner, the Enez Koalen promises to be a fabulous experience. Fun and ...
The magnificent Pink Granite Coast to port, Sept-Îles bird sanctuary to starboard. The wooden deck of the Ar Jentilez at your feet. You're ready ...
Starting off in Le Tinduff, Maël welcomes you aboard his coastal sloop so that he can take you to explore all the forgotten corners of the bay.
Fancy getting a taste for traditional sailing? Set a course for Port-Mer and Cancale Bay for a salt-sea trip on the An Durzunel.
At its mooring in the heart of Roche-Bernard harbour, the Morwenna is ready to cast off. As the 1968 Carol Ketch sails proudly past the pontoons, ...
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