Saint-Guénolé – Brest scallop boat built 1948 – Registered historic vessel

Sloop-rigged scallop boat built for Brest coastal waters in 1948 by the Victor Belbeoc’h Shipyard of Le Fret (France).
Length 11.4 m, beam 4.12 m, draught 1.88 m.
Complete restoration by Guip Shipyard (Brest), launched during the boat festival Brest 2012.

With support from DRAC Bretagne (regional department of culture), Finistère Council and Brittany Council.

For the town of Plougastel-Daoulas (Finistère-Brittany).



Fée de l’Aulne – Coaster built 1957 – Registered historic vessel

Sand coaster built in 1957 by Keraudren Shipyard of Camaret (France).
Length 22.7 m, beam 8 m, draught 2 m
Restoration at Guip Shipyard (Brest), launched during the boat festival Brest 2012.

With support from DRAC Bretagne (regional department of culture) and the councils of Brittany, Finistère and Brest.

For the sailing trust Fée de l’Aulne, Fée des Iles.



Biche – Tuna fishing boat built 1933

Dandy-rigged tunnyman built by the Chauffeteaux Shipyard of Sables d’Olonne (France).
Worked out of the Île-de-Groix under skipper Ange “Biche” Stéphan.
Length 21 m, beam 6.8 m, draught 3.5 m.
Complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Lorient), launched during the boat festival Brest 2012.
With assistance from naval architect François Vivier.
For the sailing trust Les Amis du Biche.



Patron François Morin – SNSM lifeboat built 1960 – Registered historic vessel

Ushant lifeboat built in 1960 by Lemaistre Shipyard of Fécamp (France).
Length 14.5 m.
Complete rebuild of the stern and afterdeck in 2009 by Guip Shipyard (Brest).
With support from the Regional Department of Culture (DRAC Bretagne), Finistère Council and Brittany Council. For the sailing trust Patron François Morin.



Marie-Fernand – Le Havre pilot cutter built 1894 – Registered historic vessel

Built by Abel Lemarchand Shipyard of Le Havre (France).
Length 15.90 m, beam 4.25 m, draught 2.5 m.
Major rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest), launched during the boat festival Brest 2008.
For the sailing trust Hirondelle de la Manche.



Neptune – Lake Geneva lateener built 1904 – Registered historic vessel.

Lateen-rigged workboat working out of Geneva.
Length 27.3 m, beam 8.5 m, 120 tons burden.
Major rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest) in Geneva, launched in 2006.
For the sailing trust Fondation Neptune.



Notre Dame de Rumengol – Sailing coaster built 1945 – Registered historic vessel.

Dandy-rigged coasting vessel built in 1945 by Keraudren Shipyard of Camaret (France).
Length 21.7 m, beam 6.54 m, draught 2.20 m, 57 tonnes burden.
Complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest), launched during the boat festival Brest 1996.
With support from the Regional Department of Culture (DRAC Bretagne), Finistère Council and Brittany Council.
For the sailing trust An Test.



Joli Vent – Sinagot lugger built 1958

Last traditional sinagot lugger to be built in Vannes (France), by the Thomas Shipyard.
Length 12 m, beam 3.5 m, draught 1.5 m.
Complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Île-aux-Moines) in 2008–09.
For the sailing trust Les Amis du Sinagot.