On a replica of a Breton crayfish boat from 1905, the Krog E Barz, parents and children can head for the islands of Houat and Hoëdic, and discover the charms of Quiberon Bay. A memorable experience to share with your family.
From May to September, Jérôme, a qualified instructor and sea sports guide, is there for children of all ages in Port Navalo to sail away to the magnificent Breton islands of Houat and Hoëdic. The 22-metre long boat Krog e Barz can take up to 18 people, which makes it ideal for family trips. Particularly as in Quiberon Bay, which is sheltered from the swell, the waters are safe allowing children to take part in the adventure and imagine they are grown-ups during this day at sea. An unforgettable experience and you can be certain they’ll have plenty to tell their friends at school. To take full advantage of the charms of Houat and Hoëdic and spend some quality time with your family, as a three-hour stopover on one of the two islands is scheduled. Please note that a waterproof jacket is supplied in case of rain, but you should bring something to protect you from the wind and sun.