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About Vedettes de Brehat
Offrez-vous une croisière unique à bord des Vedettes de Bréhat, votre partenaire depuis plus de 100 ans ! Embarquez à bord de l’une de nos cinq vedettes et partez à la découverte de Bréhat, l’île aux fleurs et aux rochers roses, nichée au cœur d’un archipel de toute beauté, pour une simple escale ou une croisière commentée. Nous vous accueillons tous les jours, toute l'année !
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julo972 wrote a review Sep 2018
Omer, Israel369 contributions155 helpful votes
For a modicum additional sum versus a return-traversal you get a tour of the island with explanations. Unfortunately it is (as in some other parts of Brittany) exclusively in French. We enjoyed the visual part of it but got approx. 30 % of the explanations (that is our grasp of French). I assume that for many others it even less. Translations in several languages are now expectedon many tours and if not available you should be at least advised about it when booking.
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Date of experience: September 2018
FrangloParis wrote a review Aug 2018
1 contribution2 helpful votes
I had a terrible experience on the return trip from Bréhat yesterday evening. I suffer from adenomyosis (a gynecological condition) and needed to change my protection suddenly and urgently just as we were disembarking. I was in the toilet for 3 minutes. I came out to find the boat 1 metre from the quay where my family were waiting. My husband (French) begged the captain and crew to wait a minute but they refused. I had to go back to the island, wait for the boat to reload with passengers and then come back to the mainland. The captain then used the public announcement system to humiliate me in front of a boat full of passengers to tell me that I should have looked above my head at the notice to say the toilets were out of bounds at the quayside. This service is a monopoly, profit is their sole objective and they obviously give little thought to their duty of care to clients. I will be writing to the direction and the Maison de Tourisme to complain and to ask what procedures they will put in place to stop this happening again. I could have been trapped in the toilet, nobody came to check or to warn me the boat was leaving. I am shocked and humiliated and am appalled that a company could treat it's clients in this way. On a secondary note, Bréhat is totally overwhelmed by tourists in August. If you are looking to get away from crowds avoid the island like the plague. You get the same views from the mainland without the Disneyland park experience.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Jan T wrote a review Nov 2017
Paimpol, France10 contributions
Much to expensive. Probably due to a lack a fair competition. A shame for the rest of Brittany! Here is an example of monopolism. What a pitty that one organisation can tke such an influance. I you only could avoid?!
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Date of experience: August 2017
Flantheman2334 wrote a review Aug 2017
Gosport, United Kingdom582 contributions217 helpful votes
The direct route of 15 minutes is the most regular crossing. For the boat tour of the island there is a minimum requirement of passengers. The day we went, the car parks were full at the point of departure and costs 4.50. There were so many people visiting that the ferries were running more regulkarly then the timetable. A little expensive at 42 Euros for 4 people.
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Date of experience: July 2017
Fleecyleecy wrote a review Aug 2017
17 contributions5 helpful votes
As a family with a small dog we booked the tour around the island. Fabulous. We really enjoyed seeing all of the sights before we set foot on the ile. Commentary in French but quite fuzzy so although I am quite fluent I struggled to follow. We had a lovely walk to the chapel as recommended by the tour guide, a picnic on the beach and drinks in pleasant surroundings. Kouign Amman from the bakery pricey but delicious. Very efficient on return leg - lots of boats so the queue of tourists deserting the island very quick and well managed. On arrival at Plouzanvec (?) car park awful! Hordes of people queuing to pay for tickets to be able to leave. One machine broken and many trying to pay by card- no visible management about and Mairie closed at 5 - after 1/2 hour queuing and no progress in queue poor young lady in high viz jacket appeared - gave up and opened the gates to let everyone leave - chaos could have ensued as 100s went back to their cars to leave at the same time. Very poor! Never seen anything like it! New system this year? No good with numbers of people coming through especially at peak time to leave. Sorry Vedettes- I did call you - you need to speak to Mairie to sort this or you will lose business!
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Date of experience: August 2017