Anchorages are plentiful, especially around the island shores. The locals are friendly, helpful and respectful of both the sea and sailors. Begin you charter in La Trinite Sur Mer and have access to the spectacular Bay of Quiberon. The Bay of Quiberon is an amazing body of water, ideal for pleasant, safe family sailing. Sheltered from the swell from the west by the Peninsula of Quiberon, the bay provides perfect conditions for sailing throughout the year when weather conditions elsewhere may not allow it.

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Sailing conditions

Winds tend to blow from the east averaging 15-25 knots. Navigation can be difficult due to numerous reefs. Best time to visit is between November and June.

Getting there

There are several airports that service this region, flights will generally be via Paris. Alternatively you can access the area via ferry from Northern Spain.

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Itinerary

SUGGESTED 7 NIGHT SAILING ITINERARY FROM LA TRINITE SUR MER

Day 1: Join your yacht at La Trinite Sur Mer and sail to La Grande Plage Houat Island (12nm)
Day 2: Houat Island to Star Wen/Port Kerel, Belle-Ile (15nm)
Day 3: Belle-Ile to Port Haliguen, Quiberon (12nm)
Day 4: Quiberon to Port Navalo at the entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan (10nm)
Day 5: Port Navalo to St Goustain via the River Auray (9nm)
Day 6: St Goustain to Le Palais or Sauzon, Belle-Ile (18nm)
Day 7: Return to Trinite Sur Mer (16nm)
Day 8: Disembarkation

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