Brittany Boating

Brittany Boating

Morbihan via the canals
River cruises at Pluméliau

  • The small barges of Brittany Boating navigate on the Blavet and the Nantes-Brest canal. A calm outing to experience inland Brittany.

  • The agency has two bases, one in Saint-Nicolas-des-Eaux, the other in Rohan. The first navigates on the Blavet between Pontivy and Hennebont. The second provides access to the Nantes-Brest canal which splits the Oust valley, running alongside the historic towns of Josselin, Malestroit and Gacilly. Four vedette boats or small barges are available on both sections. The largest (11 m) can accommodate eight people with cabins, double/single bunks and a saloon. The boats are easy to steer and do...
    The agency has two bases, one in Saint-Nicolas-des-Eaux, the other in Rohan. The first navigates on the Blavet between Pontivy and Hennebont. The second provides access to the Nantes-Brest canal which splits the Oust valley, running alongside the historic towns of Josselin, Malestroit and Gacilly. Four vedette boats or small barges are available on both sections. The largest (11 m) can accommodate eight people with cabins, double/single bunks and a saloon. The boats are easy to steer and do not require a permit. Simone and Clare will explain everything so that you can navigate at ease. If you want, you can also take bikes, a canoe or a paddle board, which can be rented for a supplement. You can't swim in the Breton canals, but you can certainly sunbathe on the deck!
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