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One day of sailing training in Quiberon Bay

Port Haliguen
13.6 m
Up to 6 passengers
All levels
Recommended for families
Available in :

The cruise

Come and get an introduction to sailing for one day in Quiberon Bay, the playground of the greatest skippers!
Jean Claude will introduce you to the joys of sailing, and for the more knowledgeable, will teach you how to use and steer a liveable cruising yacht with a view to a long voyage.

Your possible stops during this cruise

The meeting point is in Haliguen Port, with a welcome coffee included.
While introducing you to the boat, the skipper will give you a short explanation about the principles of sailing, including nautical charts, buoyage, and some essential safety rules.
These pieces of knowledge will allow you to get the most out of your yacht trip.

You'll then leave the port and become the boat's captain!
During the day, you'll sail in Quiberon Bay, a wonderful sailing playground: a very well-sheltered sailing area due to the islands of Houat, Hoedic and Belle-Île-en-Mer which protect it from wind.
During your day with Jean Claude, you'll sail towards the island of Houat, anchor just off the island's coast to have lunch, take a few steps on land to stretch your legs before getting back on the boat and heading back towards Haliguen Port.

During your day on the yacht, you'll be able to sail yourself and take part in the manoeuvres.

The boat


GIBSEA 442 - 13.6m


  • 3 double cabin(s)
  • kitchen
  • 2 shower room(s)
  • 220V

No night on board


Sailboat of 3 double cabins very powerful, which adapts to all the programs of navigation.
It offers a beautiful volume with a spacious interior and well designed, 8 people can stand around the square. The overall finish is superb, with its woodwork in real teak and moldings in "solid wood"

Practical information

Life on board

Where do we sleep ?

No night on board

Food on board

The passengers cook

Location and boarding time


Port Haliguen

Boarding time


Landing time


How to get there ?

By car from Auray take the D768 for around 29km until Haliguen-Quiberon Port.

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