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Discover the Bay of Morlaix's treasures on board a traditional tall ship
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The Bay of Morlaix, with its' Château de Taureau' fortress, seals, and a string of little islands, offers varied scenery and a diverse ecosystem. Discover this outstanding area on Xavier Buhot-Launay's traditional sailing ship.Xavier Buhot-Launay will take you sailing in the Bay of Morlaix on his replica 12 metre traditional sailing ship, with departures from Roscoff. This former shipwright designed the boat himself. Built entirely of wood, it can take up to 14 passengers, for a day or half-day excursion. "The Bay of Morlaix is a wonderful stretch of water. The coastline is very jagged and there are a lot of islands in the area. Since the channels are so narrow, we skirt very close to land." Among the best sights in the bay are the isle of Batz with its exotic garden, and the fortress known as the Château du Taureau ('Bull Castle'), perched on top of a tiny island at the mouth of the Morlaix river. "With a bit of luck we'll even see seals and dolphins." Trips are available from June to September.
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