Famous maritime region, Brittany requires at least some experience and knowledge of navigation. Many headlands, islands and tidal which can prove challenging!Always be careful! Do not venture out of the blue, keep checking the weather and watch the tidal pattern which is particularly high in Northern Brittany.
To rent a sailboat do not hesitate to call the service of a skipper who knows the UK and will tell you the best anchorages. Although summer is the ideal time to take a cruise in Brittany any time of year can offer some exceptional days at sea. However, be sure to watch the weather before you go sailing and be aware of find the rocky areas to avoid.
Boaters will enjoy exploring throughout the whole year and many of them participate in winter training. Birthplace of the greatest and most experienced sailors, Brittany offers boaters a great playground with plenty of boat rentals ports, sheltered spots and breathtaking views.
Boaters will discover the beautiful Brittany islands and bays that contribute to its renaming. Many yacht bases exist in Brittany, especially in the South, and allow you to storm the Gulf of Morbihan, Belle Isle, the island of Houat Hoëdic Quiberon, islands Glénan, rias Bridge. A real adventure ... "sailing Mecca" in Brittany, The Trinity is still a shipment hub and the place of choice for many sailing events.
Here's an itinerary of Southern Brittany boat rental among many offered no local renters. Feel free to contact them directly to arrangeyour cruise with them in Brittany.
Departure base: The Trinity
Arrival base: The Trinity
Embark port of Trinity. Heading west to Belle Isle (17miles). Drop anchor at Sauzon, charming little port with warm colors. Wearing Sauzon not dock, use your schedule to dine dockside at the Bistrot du Port for example. Let go the next day by a tail wind back down to the island of Houat (12mil). The beautiful language of sand and Beg Salus Treac'h Goured welcome youfor the night.
Navigate to Hoëdic (5miles), wet to the port of Argol for the night. Walk on this small island very attractive and made a stop in the staysail, mark the passing sailors on the island of Hoëdic. Enjoy the day exploring the rocky coastline of the island and its seabed.
Pull edges up to the Gulf of Morbihan (15mil). To enter the Gulf, watch the powerful current. You'll find dozens of small islands, each more unique than others. The navigation is very enjoyable because there is little wind and sea is regular. Before returning to Trinity, stopat the Little Port Navalo Zeph to enjoy seafood as popular with boaters call.
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