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Brittany cruise: Arradon to Les Glénan

12.5 m
Up to 6 passengers
All levels
Recommended for families
Available in :
Private cruise

The cruise

Jean-Philippe, our professional skipper, offers you the chance to escape for a week. Go beyond the Gulf of Morbihan heading north to explore the marvellous Les Glénan archipelago. Experience the intense feeling of freedom that life at sea and wild and unspoiled landscapes offer.

Take a fresh look at Brittany and fall under the charms of this region which has a varied range of landscapes. White sandy beaches, turquoise blue waters, rocky expanses, and pretty fishing villages.

The itinerary is entirely flexible depending on where you would like to go and of course the weather. We can travel up to the Iles de Sein and Molène.

Your possible stops during this cruise

You'll meet up with your skipper at the beginning of the morning in Arradon Port. He will give you a tour of the boat and go through the onboard rules and regulations.

Here is a suggested itinerary however this programme is entirely flexible. Jean-Philippe knows how to create a tailor-made programme for you depending on whether you want to sail for a longer or shorter period and if there are places you don't want to miss ...

From Arradon you will head for the pretty island of Houat. This takes around 3 hours of sailing time. Enjoy lunch at anchor in one of the island's sheltered coves. Then set sail for Belle-Île, which, incidentally is very aptly named. You'll spend the night here.

The next day, you'll set off for three hours sailing until you reach Groix. You can have lunch here while taking in the wonderful scenery. You still have 4 hours to reach Les Glénan. The goal is to arrive in time to watch the beautiful sunset over this archipelago, which is also known as "Little Polynesia".

On day 3, you'll go to Ile de Sein. This takes around 8 hours sailing time from Les Glénan.. You are bound to fall in love with the colourful houses, clear waters, pebble beaches and friendly locals.

For the next two days you'll be on the return stretch heading for Loctudy. This town, south of Finistère, is full of charm.

On day 6, you'll pass by Benodet and Concarneau for a gentle return via the Bay of Quiberon.

You'll get back to Arradon on day 7.

The boat


Allures 40 - 12.5m


  • 4 double cabin(s)
  • kitchen
  • 1 shower room(s)
  • 220V

The skipper sleeps in a double cabin, the other cabins are available for passengers


Sailboat of 4 double cabins (one of which is taken by the skipper), 2 double beds under the aft deck and 2 bunk beds in the bow of the boat.

Practical information

Life on board

Where do we sleep ?

The skipper sleeps in a double cabin, the other cabins are available for passengers

Food on board

The passengers cook

Location and boarding time



Boarding time


Landing time


How to get there ?

If you are not travelling by car, the easiest way to come is via Vannes train station where you can catch a bus to Arradon. If you are only a small group, (up to 4 people) and you don't have much luggage, Jean-Philippe can pick you up in Vannes.

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