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Active sailing trip Rotterdam - BrestAvailable for passengers aged 15 years and over, as well as for youth (special discount for youth from 15 - 25 years).
Are you looking for a break? Hop on board! Alone, with family or with friends, lets start this adventure!
Once you step aboard you will get to know the crew and your fellow travelers. Coffee and tea will be ready and when everybody has arrived, the Captain will introduce the crew and give safety instructions. As soon as possible the ship will cast off and we will start our sailing trip to Brest.
The watch system of 4 hours on and 8 hours off, will start. In this way, the ship can continue sailing day and night! Outside the watch there is plenty of time to relax and enjoy the calmness of the sea! Experience is not necessary, you will be guided by our professional crew. Sailing, steering, navigation and keep the lookout, are you ready to set sail?
This is included
- Unlimited coffee, tea and fruit
- Full board
- A once in a lifetime experience
This is not included:
- Transfer to and from the ship
- Optional excursions during the trip
- Drinks and souvenirs are available for purchase onboard, cash only.
- Travel Insurance, mandatory
- Cancellation insurance, recommended
Questions about this voyage? Please contact us!
Brest is a city in the north west of France located in the Brittany region. The city has the second largest naval port in France. As a maritime enthusiast you can also visit Arsenal de la Marina. This is a completely rebuilt naval yard where you can view and even enter a number of ships. In addition, the yard also has an old submarine base of the Germans that you can visit. In addition to the naval dockyard, you can also visit Chateau de Brest. This Chateau is a castle built in the 11th century and which today houses a naval museum, where you will get acquainted with the history of the castle. The guide will tell you about the many attacks that the city had to endure, the master builder Vauban and the shipbuilding of the past and present. In the museum you can also find one of the few surviving copies of a two-person submarine. The city has therefore also had a difficult era when there is talk about the 2nd world war. During this period, almost everything was bombed to the ground. In the 1950s everything was rebuilt to what it is today. In Brest you can swim at the beaches of the roadstead, practice water sports activities, you can stroll along the marina or stroll through the center of town.
A fun fact is that every 4 years in Brest, many sailboats from all over the world come together, during the traditional International Festival of the Sea and Sailors, a colorful spectacle that draws thousands of visitors.
A real top attraction that can also be seen in Brest is Océanopolis. Ocean life is shown in a special way in the 3 pavilions. You can take a seat in an interactive room to learn a lot about oceanography, the underwater food chain and the dangers that exist in the sea. You also have a polar pavilion, where you can learn everything about the north and south polar regions. Here, for example, they will delve deeper into the role of the climate and how the ice can form there. In the tropical pavilion you can visit an infinite number of aquariums with beautiful tropical fish from the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean. Also they have different types of sharks swimming.