Centre nautique de Saint Cast Le Guildo
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.
For a full day or just half a day, go back in time on board this old-fashioned trawler. With its squat shape and magnificent sails, the Dragous has a picturesque charm. Its curved lines create a fine impression of power in all who see it. Settled in its oak hull, let the wind take you where it will. Its shallow draught and sheer strength, which have won it the nickname 'Barnacle Scraper', mean it can get really close to the islets scattered along the Emerald Coast. It's an opportunity to treat yourself to a magnificent view of the coastline from the sea. Able to accommodate eight people and an instructor, the boat quickly creates a team spirit and sense of affection. In twos or threes, you are invited to rig the sails. Put simply, it's 'a breath of fresh air that does you good'.
Traditional sailing ships Brittany
Traditional sailing ships in Saint-cast-le-guildo