28 June 2016 - Fairtransport
Brest’s International Maritime Festival is now getting ready for it’s 7th edition to be held from 13 to 19 July 2016.
The festival will bring together sailing ships, traditional boats and exotic crafts from around the world.A flotilla of 1,500 boats converging in the bay, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to visit the world’s most beautiful ships and to learn about the world’s many seafaring cultures.
Nordlys, manoeuvered entirely by the power of the wind is possibly the worlds oldest cargo ship (1873) still working, will be one of the ships present during these days. You are more than welcome on board to have a look and meet the captain and crew.
On the 19th of july it is possible to sail along with Nordlys from Brest to Douarnenez.
€100,- per person ( food, coffee/ tea included) email@example.com
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