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Set sail for a weekend cruise to the island of Oléron!

Vieux Port de La Rochelle
9.25 m
Up to 4 passengers
All levels
Recommended for families
Available in :
Shared cruise Private cruise

The cruise

Climb on board with Patrick for a weekend cruise departing from La Rochelle. Your professional skipper will give you an incredible two day experience in the Pertuis Charentais sound.
This cruise is aimed at both beginners and experienced sailors.
From the old port of La Rochelle, you'll sail towards the island of Oléron to enjoy exceptional panoramic views.

Your possible stops during this cruise

On Saturday morning you'll meet Patrick at 9.30am in the old port of La Rochelle.
Once on board the yacht, the captain will explain all necessary safety rules to you, discuss your journey's itinerary and then... cast off! It's time to leave for two unforgettable days at sea!

You'll leave the port of La Rochelle which is known worldwide, in particular for its three famous towers.
Then you'll sail towards the island of Oléron. To the south of La Rochelle, this is the island near the famous Fort Boyard! In Oléron, Patrick will lead you to discover the most beautiful anchoring spots around the island. You can also disembark to explore on dry land! Take advantage of the extraordinary natural surroundings to unwind.

You'll sleep in the port that evening. You can make the most of this to enjoy a seafood platter in one of the small port restaurants.

On Sunday, you'll head back to sea to return to La Rochelle. During the day you'll be able to enjoy magnificent views over a dazzling, sheltered body of water. These conditions are ideal for a good introduction to a cruising yacht.

You'll return to the port of La Rochelle at around 5pm. Tidy up, clean the yacht, and say goodbye!

The boat


KM 950 - 9.25m


  • 2 double cabin(s)
  • kitchen
  • 1 shower room(s)

The skipper sleeps in the middle


This light sailboat at a length of 9.25m (medium size) and 2 double cabins, is an excellent school ship. Very handy, fast and efficient, this sailboat also has a comfortable interior and will ensure you a good quality of accommodation.

Practical information

Life on board

Where do we sleep ?

The skipper sleeps in the middle

Food on board

The skipper helps you to cook, but everyone lends a hand.

Location and boarding time


Vieux Port de La Rochelle

Boarding time


Landing time


Sachez qu'en fonctionnement du coefficient de la marée, les horaires peuvent être modifiés.

How to get there ?

You can reach La Rochelle by train or car (either your own or car-sharing).

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