Gourmet sea voyages in Cancale Bay
Sailing at Cancale

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  • After an adventure-filled life, Ausqumé left Paimpol and the Isles of Trégor for Cancale and Mont-Saint-Michel Bay. Its new mission was to combine sailing and gastronomy as part of Corsair sea-trips. An unforgettable experience.

    The Ausquémé (Breton for ‘Go your way’) is a unique kind of boat. she was built in 1942 to dredge flat oysters in the Gulf of Morbihan and the Auray river. Despite the mockery of some people, this nine-metre craft has braved time and the oceans to become part of Breton maritime heritage, thanks to a carpenter who was as tenacious as he was inspired. Licensed to carry ten people, it now works out of Port-Mer, between Cancale and Grouin Point. During sea trips, the skipper, Jérôme, will teach you the basics of traditional sailing, while Emmanuel, the chef, will take you on a gastronomic voyage of discovery based on the products of Cancale Bay and spices from the Roellinger shop: oysters, velvet crab soup, vegetable chutney, barbecued lobster and more. Whether you’re a sailor or a dinner guest, get ready for a sensory experience and an unforgettable adventure! A magical setting and two dedicated epicures: this is the height of luxury!
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