Yachts moored in La Rochelle yachting marina, Charente Maritime, France with beautiful colourfully painted wooden houses in background under a bright blue sky and crystal clear turquoise water.
A small yacht sailing into the port of La Rochelle, Charente Maritime, France with the two medieval harbour towers in the background under a clear bright blue sky.
The French yacht Tahia (formerly L'Oréal) was navigated by Maud Fontenoy, a famous French sailor, who sailed alone, against the winds, round Antarctica.
Canoes in the port of La Rochelle, Charente Maritime, France with the two renowned medieval towers guarding the exit of the harbour.
These colourful nautical flags are mainly used by the oyster fishermen on the Oleron Island Charente Maritime, France.
Colourfully painted wooden huts found on the Oleron Island, Charente Maritime, France are used by oyster fishermen along with the flat-bottomed boats.
A colourful harbour found on Oleron Island on the Atlantic coast of Charente Maritime, France.
The port of Les Salines on the Oleron Island in Charente Maritime France