Be Amazed By The Scenery On The Deck Of A Sail Boat !
The Sea Breeze 31, the Toucan, is a 9,35 meter aluminum sailboat and was built by the shipyard Le Guen Hémidy in the 1975 in Carentan,Normandy, France. It has a double cabin in the front and a square that can transform for sleeping. Equipped with a small kitchen with a hob, fridge, microwave, kettle, it is ideally located in the heart of the marina of Point a Pitre, close to shops and wash rooms. The boat is equipped with running water at the sink and electricity 220 V.
It can accommodate a couple with one or two children. Sheets and towels are provided on board.
The cockpit allows to meet up to 6 people around a table for a snack or a dinner and outside the boat there is an electric griddle that is specially provided for this purpose.
There are nearby bus stations that are easy to get to and go all over the island. The marina offers many outings for young and less young like ice cream parlors, creperies, pizzerias, restaurants, bars … night clubs.
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Rent The House Boat Toucan
40 euros a night for up to 3/4 people
Sailboat previously designed for 6
A Double Forward Cabin
A Double Sleeping In The Square
A Simple Bed In The Square
In Fact It’s Perfect For A Family, Otherwise For 2 Couples But It Lacks Privacy
During the Route To Rum From October 10 Thru December 15 Our Prices Are At 80 euros A Night
The Sail Boat Toucan Does Not Go Out At Sea, It Stays At The Dock At The Marina Of Point A Pitre.
40 euros per night
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Life On A Boat …
The shipyard Le Guen Hémidy specialized in the construction of the Sea Breeze and the mythical Pen Duyck 600. For the record, there were 110 Sea Breeze and 350 Pen Duyck built. An internet forum brings together the owners of Sea Breeze owners who share experiences, tips and … nostalgia. They also present themselves under the factory number of their sailboat.
This boat has had 5 successive owners and has changed names several times. Her first name was Dame Oui in 1973 in Benodet, Brittany, France. Then, Vieil Ours in 1979 in Marseille, France. Then again Mopamélé in 2007 in Cayenne, Guyane. Mopamélé is a creole word meaning, mix up your stuff ! Once again a name change to Henoch in 2011 in Pointe à Pitre, Guadeloupe and to finish Toucan in July 2018 during its total restoration.
For your information, you can only change the name of a boat if the precedent owner has allowed it.
This courageous sailboat of 45 years has traveled the Mediterranean, crossed Marseille to Cayenne and then roamed the Atlantic Ocean before reaching the Caribbean Sea where the Toucan runs happy days.