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Cruising routes


Discover or re-visit Brehat island and its pink granit rocks, about 45 miles from Saint-Malo, after cruising along the Emerald Coast : Dinard, St Lunaire, St- Briac, St-Cast, Fort “La latte”, Cap Frehel.

South of Brehat, Lezardrieux marina in the beautiful Trieux river offers calm and safe shelter in all weathers.


About 55 miles from St-Malo and 45 from Brehat, St-Peter Port in Guernsey island is a picturesque and enlivened call, where you will be greeted by a devoted and friendly marina staff.

Herm & Sark

Near St Peter Port, these two islands, where cars are unknown, offer charming anchorages, such as Havre Gosselin, Grande-greve or Discard Bay, at the foot of Sark cliffs.


The harbour of Saint-Helier shelters a comfortable marina, offering a wide range of trade and pleasant hiking. The Jerseys coasts propose several interesting anchorages.


This rock archipelago, a couple of hours from St-Malo (17 miles) offers mooring buoys in the Sound near the Main Island, or beaching (by fine weather, for ships with lifting centerboard) in quieter places.

It is a perfect destination for weekend. The island shelters a renowned restaurant for crab, lobster and fresh fish.

Rance River

It is possible to sail upstream the Rance River, after crossing the lock of the dam. It is an interesting alternative solution in case of heavy weather.