Port St Louis lies on the southern shore of the estuary opposite Lorient, the old fortification are a great place to look out on local sailing.
Above a Philipe Harlé designed Muscadet sits quietly on a mooring, a practical and very capable pocket cruiser. It's easy to see why they were and remain so popular.
Below a modern gaffer which I think is a Skellig, ghosts past one of the very substantial channel markers.
A restored and local fishing ketch approaching ports with fishing booms still deployed.
Going up toward the commercial port and main marina in Lorient with the WW2 submarine pens in the background.
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