Camaret is a delightful port at the north western tip of the Crozon peninsular and while we were there back in the summer last year, Camaret had the double attraction of hosting a classic sail festival.
The arrival day didn't look too promising, we watched a few boats arriving in the drizzle and poor visibility while we were having a coffee in the comfort of a waterside cafe.
But on the big day, the rain and mist had lifted giving an fine if not especially sunny outlook for the assembled fleet.
The pontoons were open for visitors to inspect the boats at close quarters, all very relaxed and very sociable.
In the afternoon the fleet took the tide out into the bay for a parade of sail.
There was a good mix of small and large boats with more than a few "voile aviron" sail and oar boats which are very popular in France.
Camaret was one of many summer festivals on and around on the Crozon peninsular, we didn't quite figure this one out but it looked interesting.
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