Every 4 years the people of Brest in southern Brittany host this spectacular event and welcome over two thousand classic vessels and tall ships from all around the world.
The Brest festival is a celebration of traditional sail, music, food, and drink and is perfectly orchestrated as only the French seem to know how to do. More details of the event can be found on the official website here.
Brest 2012 Details:
Brest Part 1 including the International Festival of the Sea - 8 days
Join Annabel J in Falmouth and sail to Brest via the Brittany coast.
During the passage to Brest we will encounter the UK’s most beautiful craft all bound for this incredible fete. Once there, the Bretons put on one of the greatest sailing spectacles in the world. Literally thousands of craft gather to sail in company, laugh and share in the joy of our joint heritage. With Bastille Day on the 14th and the music of every kind, from brass, Celtic, Breton and shanty’s, the French really know how to throw a party. Come along, bring an instrument and revel in the atmosphere, it’s easy with local airport connections to/from Brest from most UK airports.
Please see http://www.cheapflights.co.uk/ or http://www.flybe.com/ for return flights home.
Brest Part 2 including Douarnenez Festival: 8 days
Join in Brest then sail in company with a spectacular classic fleet to Douarnenez
Return to Plymouth via Brittany coast
Discount for both voyages:
For those who would like to sail both ways a discounted price is offered for all 17 days.
The next Brest Festival is July 2016. Contact us for details.
Upcoming Voyages to this destination
|Cost includes all meals taken on board, hire of good quality foul weather gear and all berthing and mooring fees|