You’ll be joining us in Falmouth on the Sunday night. We normally meet up to enjoy a meal at the Chain Locker & Shipwrights – a bit of a local institution and known to Team Topsail as “The Falmouth Office”.
With food and introductions complete we’ll move to the boat where you’ll find yourself a bunk, stow your gear and have a look around. Before we head to our bunks we’ll have a chat about plans for the following day and the fortnight ahead.
The exact route will depend on weather and tides but we’ll probably aim to start by heading south from Falmouth to Roscoff or l’Aber Wrac’hand then on down the Chenal du Four, with possible stops at Ile Molene or Camaret enroute to Brest.
You leave us on the Sunday at the festival to work your way back home after 3 days of festival fun. Brest is well connected via air and seaports so travel back should be a breeze.
Why not “go the whole hog” and join us for the Douarnenez leg too? Our special combined price saves you money and it will be an adventure that you’ll never forget! Click on AR20-11 Brest & Douarnenez Festival Combo to learn more.
Find out more about sailing aboard Amelie Rose by clicking the link or her picture below.
Amelie Rose in Roscoff on the way to the Brest International Maritime Festival in 2016
Want to find out more about what it’s like to attend the Brest (and Douarnenez) festivals
aboard the Amelie Rose?
Read John Huber’s account of our 2012 Adventure.
Read Nick Beetham’s story of his adventure to the 2016 festivals.
Browse the Brest Festival Website here.