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Old 14 February 2008, 11:39   #11
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Here's a web site that should be able to help you for the slipways (CAles de Mise à l'Eau or CAME) http://www.capbreizh.com/

I don't know that end very well. I'd be better équipped to help you if you come further south, i.e. Belle-ile, Houat, Hoedic, Yeu, etc...
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Old 15 February 2008, 14:11   #12
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I know few of you speak French but the pictures in the film i'm putting on are impressive stuff. It's the Raz de Sein, between the coast and the isle of Sein.

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Pablo,

Thanks for that - I've only been away a few weeks and that film's just made me feel very homesick.

Pte de Raz and Le Loch - the most wonderful place in the world.

Luckily I'm back soon.
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