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Les Tombées de la Nuit & la Société des Régates Rennaises present
Grande Parade Nautique
Parade of historical river and sea boats

To celebrate its 150th birthday, the Société des Régates Rennaises-Aviron will be holding a parade of historical river and sea boats on the Bassin de la Prévalaye, between the Jardin de la Confluence and Place de la Mission, including steam-powered dinghies, French canoes (including “La Cigogne”) and Canadian canoes (1927), périssoires, rowing yoles for 4 to 8 rowers, a triplette, a sailing/rowing dinghy, a whaleboat, dories, kayaks, a flat-bottomed boat, single-oar sculls, a yole d’Abovile (sea rowboat), etc. A range of modern sailing practices will also be on show, backed by a brass band on water and followed by an open-air dance on the banks of the River Vilaine.

Sunday, 24th of september
2pm30 > 5pm
LES TOMBÉES DE LA NUIT are supported by the City of Rennes, the Brittany Region, the Ille-et-Vilaine Department and the Legendre Group.

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