Share a moment of relaxation and conviviality, discover the parts of the Bay which are the most abundant in fish and have fun casting your line for different species according to the season:
Spring: sea bream, cuttlefish, bass, meagre, etc.
Summer: sea bream, bass, meagre and saurel, etc.
Autumn: sea bream, bass, meagre and saurel, etc.
No departure to the desired date, find our next departures:
BY RESERVATION AT 05 57 72 28 28 AT THE LATEST 48H BEFORE DEPARTURE.
Because the number of places is limited, it is advised to book your trip as soon as possible.
Trips opened to kids from the age of 8.
The equipment (fishing rods and baits) is to be rented directly on the boat.
Service ensured if the weather conditions are favorable.
Regarding safety, the passengers' comfort and pleasure, the trips will be done only on a calm sea.
Ensured program if there are at least 20 people.
UBA is keeping the right to modify the excursions, hours and prices, without notice (see our general terms and conditions.)
GROUPS & COMPANIES
Made to measure trips to spend a privileged and unique moment, our boats are at your disposal for all your private events.
Family parties, weddings, birthdays, company events, seminars, school trips, ... Carry out your projects during a cruise on a privatized boat.
In addition to your boat trip, we suggest you many services with our partners, located around the Basin.
-Oyster tasting on board or during a stop in an oyster-farming village.
-Have dinner in a restaurant or on board.
-Picnic or aperitif on board
-Visit of the Cap Ferret lighthouse
-Winter visit of the city...
THE BOATMEN'S PINASSES
Belle Créole, Macymara, Mandarine.
Ideal for small groups, tray yourself and chose to discover the Basin on an authentic wooden pinasse.
Choose your program... We take care of your reservations.
"2h45 unforgettable cruse: we started from the Eyrac pier, we saw the beautiful cabins o the Bird Island then the boat left for the Cap Ferret, I really enjoyed the whole part on the oyster farming with the parks, the Cap oyster-farming villages, the captain explained the different farming techniques and, finally, the light was wonderful on the Arguin Bank and on the Dune. Just passing by Arcachon for the day, this excursion allowed us to discover the Bay in a minimal timing."