Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires

Conquering the privateers’ bay
at Saint-Malo

Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires© Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires
Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires© Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires
Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires© Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires
Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires© Prenez la barre dans la Baie des corsaires
  • Setting out from St-Malo, the home to the privateers, you can climb aboard a traditional sailing vessel built in 1946 and embark on an unforgettable voyage back in time. Youngsters can even enjoy taking the helm of this magnificent vessel.

    With its forts and countless little islands, St-Malo Bay will certainly fascinate you. Especially if you visit it aboard the Narval, a traditional Breton sardine boat from 1946. Imagine the excitement that the young skippers will feel when they discover this amazing backdrop aboard such a magnificent vessel. It is quite simply magical and the two and a half hours of sailing is something they will never forget. How could they possibly forget that incredible moment when they took the helm and found themselves in control of this big boat? Keen to share his love of this privateers’ bay, your marine guide will reveal to you this natural environment, which has such a rich history. Once back on dry land, your children will have only one thing on their minds and that is doing it again. Organised on request throughout the year, the day trip to Ebihens Island will round off perfectly this experience. Or maybe you would prefer an aperitif session on board the boat, which takes place in the evening?
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