Crossings

Set sail every day,
all year round to Ushant

Harbour stations

To get to Ushant, we offer departures from Brest and Le Conquet every day all year round and from Camaret from April to September.

Remember to arrive at least 45 minutes before the boat sets sail to allow you time to get parked and why not have a tea or coffee before your departure !

Find all our crossing times in our Timetables & Prices section or by clicking on Book.

 

 

 

Departure from Brest

We offer daily departures, all year round to Ushant at 8:20 am, from the commercial port of Brest.

Crossing normally takes around 2 hours 30 minutes with a stopover at Le Conquet then at Molène. Molène and Ushant being very close to each other, it is often the same boat that sails to the two islands ! Crossing normally takes around 2 hours if no stopover.

From Brest to Conquet during your crossing, discover the Pointe St Mathieu.

Departure from Le Conquet

We offer daily departures, all year round to Ushant at 9:45 am, from Le Conquet.

Crossing normally takes around 1 hour 15 minutes with a stopover at Molène. Molène and Ushant being very close to each other, it is often the same boat that sails to the two islands ! Crossing normally takes around 40 minutes if no stopover.

During your crossing you will be able to admire the pointe de Kermorvan at Le Conquet, and see a couple of islands of Molène’s archipelago (Beniguet, Quéménès, Trielen).
You may also have the chance to see the famous grey seals of the Iroise Sea. Between Molène and Ushant, your crossing will be marked by the famous current Fromveur, which connects the English Channel to the Iroise Sea.

Good to know : the boat leaving Le Conquet at 9:45 am is the same boat that leaves Brest at 8:20 am !

Departure from Camaret