I'm aware there are general restrictions under French maritime law regarding distances from port and cruising ranges for small craft; maybe there are similar provisions for jetskis. However, I doubt these regulations can be imposed on visiting craft else some would never be allowed to return home.
I know UK jetskiers hop across the English Channel now and again and that the odd local skier has ventured to Carteret and Port Bail without any hassle. I'm thinking of buying a jetski myself in a year or two's time when the menopause has kicked in. Has anyone seen how sophisticated the top models are nowadays? They come with fly-by-wire controls, suspension, cruise control, braking mechanisms and, oh yes, 300hp engines. Nought to fifty in under three seconds with these puppies.
Anyway, the main advantage is near-zero draught. I reckon with rib support it ought to be able to get to Granville in reasonable weather from where it's just a case of hugging the coast to get into the estuaries and rivers and Bob's your uncle. MStm on any
tide - sweet.
I almost forgot: On a wholly unrelated subject, has anyone seen this video?