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We took the 1.5 hr cruise around St Malo bay starting at Dinard and throughly enjoyed it. The boat was very modern and well -appointed and the crew were clearly experienced at sailing around the bay, which is full of islands and reefs and also...More
We went from Dinan to Dinard and then getting of in St Malo.
The weather was not great but that is obviously not Corsaires fault.
The lady at the ticket desk was very friendly and helpful.
The mini cruise was very scenic.
The only think...More
We we on the little tourist train round the old part was well worth the fare commentary was in in English and was very interesting , we had a baguette sandwich and coffee for lunch from a stall / trailer really nice and well priced...More
An great trip to Cap Frehel with commentary, in French of course, but fairly easy to understand. We followed the coast line around and stopped briefly at St Cast to pick up a couple before going on to Cap Frehel.
We take this ferry several times each summer between St. Malo and Dinard. We try to choose the times when the ferry arrives and departs from the closest port to the marché in Dinard. Otherwise, you have a much longer walk. The trip is prompt,...More
Firstly for those of you who do not speak French, do not believe their propoganda of there being an English Language commentary on your smartphone. This service will not be implemented until late this year (2017). The French spoken was not that good either -...More
We did the day trip from Dinard at 9.30am (it also goes from St. Malo) to the Isles Chausey (the French Channel Islands) which takes 75 minutes and returning at 6.30 pm. Makes for a long day but the boat trip was nice - we...More
In St Malo for a few days and found Compagnie Corsaire by the Remparts and Mole Beach.....they accepted dogs on the ferry as well. The only option that day for us was the ferry across to Dinard.....it takes about 10 minutes and is a good...More