Chausey RIB Voyage
Named as France’s best kept secret, the white sandy beaches of Chausey offer a blissful escape of unspoiled paradise,
tucked away off the southwest of Normandy. With our Chausey voyage, you’ll experience a plethora of nature,
historic relics dotted around the island, a thriving fish culture, relaxing picnics on the shore, and first-class view of the
world’s biggest tides (52 high tide!) revealing magically shifting landscapes, with the lowest tide at just 365 islets.
Boasting the relaxing Hôtel du Fort et des Îles, and two excellent restaurants, you’ll also get the opportunity to try
sumptuous fish cuisine, thanks to a thriving fishing culture with no shortage of crabs, lobsters and mussels to indulge in.
Chausey Voyage Highlights
- The opportunity to see Bottlenose Dolphins.
- See the world’s biggest tides and magical shifting landscapes.
- An island rich with historic relics, dating back to Napoleon III.
- White sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters to enjoy.
- Thriving fishing culture.
8.5 Hour Voyage
£70.00 per adult
£65.00 per child (4 - 17 Years)
Time ashore is approximately 6 hours.
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Please arrive 15 minutes before
the departure time so that we can provide you with essential safety gear and get you
onboard comfortably. With multiple departure locations, please check your booking confirmation (sometimes this can go into spam).
- Our experienced crew will provide you with jackets and lifejackets for the duration of the voyage.
- Bring a camera to capture all your Island RIB voyage highlights.
- Take sun block/protection and stay hydrated.
- Plenty of space aboard for swimwear and snorkelling equipment.
- St. Catherine's to Chausey, about 1 Hour voyage time.
- Free parking available at St Catherines.
- St. Helier to Chausey, about 1 Hour voyage time.
- St. Helier paid waterfront underground Carpark.
This is a fast RIB ride - cruising at around 30knts (38mph), therefore for safety reasons,
we regret this voyage is not suitable for pregnant women.