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Embark on the Hermione adventure in Rochefort ! Explore France's largest replica of an old sailing boat. Find out more about this extraordinary adventure with a host of guided tours, events and activities. Get on board and discover the upper deck...more
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At the entrance to the port this place has a real wow factor and that sailing masts draw you to the location. Fascinating and beautiful and even if you are travelling on a budget it costs nothing to look.
Well worth checking this place out.
I got to see the Hermione sailing 3 years ago and from the beach where i was standing it was just incredibly magestic. I was so excited to go to Rochefort to be able to step on this boat and see it from up close....More
I went to Rochefort for the first time a week ago. Out of curiosity, really, because we've lived in France for ten years now and never been to Rochefort before. The very impressive historic town is situated inland on the river north of Bordeaux and...More
The reconstruction of this ship is a triumph. The work and people involved are an inspiration as is the finished result. The videos and most of the signage is in French but as this is pretty child friendly, the cartoons are easily understood.
Was the main reason I came to see L’Hermione. When I got here I found that it was returning Sunday. Got up early to watch it arrive and was not at all disappointed. The whole experience is excellent and really interesting!
Don't miss seeing Hermione and learning about her construction and voyages to the new world. A must for history buffs as well as people who love sailing ships. Visit the displays, watch the video, then go aboard.
We visited La Hermione last week as a family trip and it was rather interesting with many useful explanatory boards concerning the whole history of building the ship as well as concrete materials and working methods used. The ship is magnificent. However, it was a...More
Should still be there, but she does occasionally make courtesy visits elsewhere. Suggest you check the Association's website. Not permitted to post this here, but if you "google" hermione you should be able to find the link.