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Sorties sur le voilier Amzer'zo

Take time to enjoy a day aboard the Amzer'Zo in Morlaix Bay
Sailing, Sailing at Roscoff

  • What Eric enjoys most aboard his goémonier (a boat traditionally used for seaweed gathering) is helping people discover the delights of 100%-natural sailing in the superb setting of Morlaix Bay

    Got your picnic? Then you're all set for a day out aboard the Amzer’Zo (the name is Breton for 'There's no hurry'). Eric's in charge of the one and a half kilometres of rope on this former working boat moored in Roscoff marina. A skipper who's a... Got your picnic? Then you're all set for a day out aboard the Amzer’Zo (the name is Breton for 'There's no hurry'). Eric's in charge of the one and a half kilometres of rope on this former working boat moored in Roscoff marina. A skipper who's a fan of traditional sailing, he hoists the sails on his single-masted cutter. He can carry out manoeuvres by himself but passengers soon want to get involved. This is the best way to learn about the world of sailors of the last century. The Amzer'Zo is a solid boat, well-equipped with sails, which means it can be both safe and speedy. With a course set by the position of the rocks and driven along by the winds and the currents, a trip around Morlaix Bay is a real pleasure. Gulls, cormorants and sunfish follow in your wake as you round the island of Louet and the fortress known as the Château du Taureau. Scents of wood and spray are wafted towards you as the changing landscapes slip by.
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Rates 2020
  • Base rate
    From 35 € to 50 €
  • Child rate
    From 30 € to 40 €
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