As result of my researches, I will propose there some elements about the past of navigation, fishing and ship building in Saint-Malo and the neibourhood. Don't hesitate to correct or complete those informations by using the contact page.
Former shipyards- SICCNa
- Saint-Malo Naval
Towing in St-Malo- Tugboats in Saint-Malo
- Tug Côte d'emeraude
Commandant J.B. CharcotTwo boats of the famous explorator Jean-Baptiste Charcot were built by Gautier shipyard in St-Malo:
- Pourquoi Pas ?
Sea link with England, Jersey and Guernsey- Steamer Hilda
- Pre war : S.S. Brittany
- After WWII : S.S. Brittany and S.S. Falaise
- Brittany Ferries
- Emeraude Lines
- Condor Ferries
Link with Dinard and Dinan- Vedettes de Saint-Malo
Great fishingSt-Malo's fisheries
- Pleven fisheries
- The Comapêche
- Côte d'Emeraude
Grande Hermine is one of Jacques Cartier' boats when he discovers Canada in 1534.
The french MRB model magazine propose a 1/100 scale plan of Grande Hermine (réf. 291).