Semaine du golf du Morbihan junket ?

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  • 24 May 2019 11:56
    Message # 7386673

    onjour

    The "semaine du Golf du Morbihan will take place next week.

    It's a very festive event with several hundreds of boats sailing around in the marvelous golf du Morbihan. The weather should be fine and tide slack.

    I'll be there with Mingming in the "flotille 5" category.

    It starts from the May 27th to the May 29 and last to the June 2sd.

    I propose to the Britanny Junks to join.

    Eric

    https://www.semainedugolfe.com/
  • 04 Jun 2019 12:41
    Reply # 7554799 on 7386673

    Bonjour

    It was definitely a junket as we were two junk rigged vessels, but we didn’t met as the other boat, a French red schooner, entered the Crouesty harbor while I was stepping Mingming’s mast!

    Little Mingming interested many persons. Her performance, single-handed, in various weathers, especially in squalls areas between islands, surprised many skippers.

    The Telegramme, a Brittany regional newspaper, published a short paper on Mingming.

    Eric

  • 04 Jun 2019 14:01
    Reply # 7554964 on 7386673
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Bonjour Eric,

    Glad to hear of the interest in MingMing.

    For those that need to know, the newspaper article can be found here : MingMing - www.letelegramme.fr .

    Roger


  • 13 Jun 2019 17:24
    Reply # 7577752 on 7386673

    Bonjour

    In the last Voiles et Voiliers magazine (580), there is a On the double page view of the Semaine du Golf du Morbihan's "Grande Parade". In the middle of the view there is little Mingming. Just next to Mingming the Hermione.

    The view was taken just before the start with all the participant boats trying to find a place in the mess.

    We were onder tow and supposed to keep behind the Hermione but she set her engine in reverse.... The tow boat hd no other choice but to overpass hte Hermione and sail a 360° turn into this massive block of boats with Mingming behind. It went well but was a bit screemy!!!

    Eric

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  • 16 Jun 2019 04:02
    Reply # 7581966 on 7577752
    Eric wrote:

    Bonjour

    In the last Voiles et Voiliers magazine (580), there is a On the double page view of the Semaine du Golf du Morbihan's "Grande Parade".

    Eric

    https://voilesetvoiliers.ouest-france.fr/editions-numeriques/#/fr/issue/B5355CCF2A30B3BE9530BA468234C2D2/read/locationType/0/section/7/spread/1/page/1

    Sadly, when I tried to open the link, I was told" Impossible de lire l'issue :'-(
  • 16 Jun 2019 09:18
    Reply # 7582149 on 7386673
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Annie,

    The line wrap on Eric's post makes it difficult to get the link properly.

    Instead try this link which gives a dialog asking you to log in.

    Roger

  • 16 Jun 2019 19:06
    Reply # 7582478 on 7386673

    Bonjour

    I tried to join a screen copy of the magazine Voiless et Voiliers page.

    Eric

  • 16 Jun 2019 22:07
    Reply # 7582736 on 7386673

    Ah!  Je le vois.  C'est fantastique.  Merci beaucoup, Eric.  Mais, malheureusement, trop de bateaux équipés de 'plates-formes pointues' ;-)

  • 17 Jun 2019 15:37
    Reply # 7583783 on 7386673

    Bonjour

    There is a huge potential of progress !

    There were also lug sails....

    Eric

  • 17 Jun 2019 22:13
    Reply # 7584399 on 7386673

    Ah yes, I love the Breton luggers.  The sardinières and bisquines are magnificent but it's the little open luggers, around 6 and 8 metres, that I really love.  And the colours of the sails - who would have thought there could be so many shades of brown?!

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