The 'Sainte-Jeanne', replica of a sloop from Erquy, traded and navigated in coastal waters ('cabotage') during the first half of the 20th century between the Channel ports. It transported a variety of merchandise, cereals and potatoes, and the famous paving stones from the sandstone quarries of Erquy. In 1994, the boat was rebuilt identically to the original, and is now run by an association. It is registered and adapted for collective recreational use (NUC) for up to 18 passengers. The 'Sainte-Jeanne' operates from April - September between Cap Fréhel and Bréhat and the Channel islands. It offers sea excursions from a half-day and up to 3 days for coastal cruises. You can visit the boat in the port where it sometimes houses exhibitions.
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