Le Havre (FR) – Boulogne (FR)

EMBARKATION 19/06 AT 20:00

We will board the Barquentine Thalassa on Monday 19 June at 2000 hours in Le Havre (easily reachable by train). We leave Le Havre, crossing the Channel to the Solent, where we will anchor in Osborne Bay across from the summer palace of Empress Victoria. In the evening weather permitting there is time to visit Cowes.

On 22 June we will continue west in the Solent and we will pass the Needles, the beautiful rocks at the western tip of Wight, to anchor near Swanage, just north of Peveril Point. We then sail south to Alderney, the most charming of the Channel Islands, anchoring in the harbour of St Anne.

The next day we have the opportunity to visit the island by foot or by bike and of course the pubs. Alderney has beautiful beaches and an imposing 19th century fortress, Fort Clonque.

We continue south the next day into the bay of Mont Michel turning to starboard to anchor in the roads of St Malo.

On 26 June we reverse course northwards, arriving in Torbay on 28 June. Here the Dutch stadtholder William landed in 1688 subsequently to become King of England, jointly with his wife Mary. We visit Brixham.

The next day we continue to Dartmouth to have a look at the Royal Naval College on the hill and continue west along the coast to anchor in Salcombe Bay.

The last day of June we sail to Falmouth and then on to the Scilly Islands which we will visit on 2 July weather permitting.

Leaving the Scilly Islands behind us we cross the Channel once again to visit the wild northern coast of Brittany, visiting Aber Wrach, Roscoff (ile de Batz) en/or Lezardrieux in the days to 5 July.

Then, most likely sailing before the wind , we will go back east, passing Guernsey, if there is time, to end our journey in Boulogne, leaving the ship at 1000 hours in the morning of Friday 7 July.

Please note: Depending on the wind the sequence of the described events can be altered.

Price: 1.950,00

Availability: Last places available



Barquentine Thalassa is an imposing and seaworthy tall ship. This three master is one of the most beautiful and fastest sea sailers of the Dutch fleet. Rigged according to old traditions, Thalassa is fitted with all modern safety conveniences, she perfectly combines adventurous sailing with comfortable enjoyment.

Thalassa was built in 1980 in the traditional way and designed as a barquentine. Therefore, the foremast has a transverse rigging; the main mast and the mizzen mast have a longitudinal rigging.

The warm atmosphere, her tastefully decorated saloon and the comfortable cabins (each with their own shower and washbasin) make that guests on board of Thalassa immediately feel at home.The capable crew and the excellent cuisine make a trip with Thalassa an unforgettable event. Whether you book a daytrip, a weekend or a cruise, this vessel will meet up with your expectations of a successful business-meeting as well as of an adventurous, active holiday.

Journey details


Le Havre (FR)


Boulogne Sea (FR)

Map of the journey

What is included

  • Accommodation in a two person cabin with shower and toilet
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Full board

What it does not include

  • Transfer costs
  • Drinks, except coffee, tea and water
  • Travel and cancellation insurance

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Journey: Le Havre (FR) – Boulogne (FR)
Price: 1.950,00

Availability: Last places available

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