At 13:15, the harbour pilote goes on board off Cézembre and guide the Annemieke in the channel to moor in rade of Dinard.
At 13:50, Annemieke swings in front of Dinard and aligns herself in the axis of the Rance between two large moorings.
14:05, two tugs involve to complete the docking on coffers. Davier retrieves capella hawsers for the coffers while the Grand Bé pushes the Annemieke to port to keep her in line.
14:40, the Annemieke is stopped and unloading can begin. The crew places the four bands that will raise the Jacques Cartier using the cranes on board.
At 16:25, the Jacques Cartier takes off. The crane operators are rotating Jacques Cartier to move her between the cranes. The Annemieke plays on its ballast for balance throughout the manoeuvre.
Le Jacques Cartier est posé délicatement à l'eau à 17h00, accueilli à coup de cornes de brume par les nombreux bateaux locaux venus l'accueillir.
The Jacques Cartier then joins the pier of the Gare Maritime de la Bourse, towed alongside by the tug Davier.