The Vent des Îles
An elegant and comfortable boat
The Vent des Îles is a superb, two-deck craft, able to accommodate 170 passengers. The lower deck features a dining room and lounge. On the upper deck, you’ll find the wheelhouse and solarium allowing passengers to admire the beauty of the scenery while remaining inside, sheltered from the sun. For those who prefer the feel of the breeze, an outside walk is perfect for sitting in the fresh air.
The perks of Le Vent des Îles
Walking bridge and solarium for maximum visibility
A solarium to stay out of the weather
A dining room and a living room for maximum comfort
A fully-equipped boat
What can Le Vent des Îles offer you
- Two decks, including a promenade deck
- Dining room and lounge
Home port : Berthier-sur-Mer harbour (Reception and restoration)
Length : 80 feet
Width: 22 feet
Available rooms and capacity
- 32 people banquet format
- 75 people cocktail dinner
Deck B – Indoor
- 20 people cocktail dinner format
Deck B – Outdoor terrace
- 70 seats
- 20 people, including 10 seats
Access for people with reduced mobility
- Accessible on the entire boat (including decks);
- Assistance is given by the deckhands for moving around the boat;
- Maximum of 5 wheelchairs accepted on board.
- Not accessible at all times.
Want the full Vent des Îles experience?
Discover our cruises departing from Berthier-sur-mer.
Cruise and visit of Grosse-Île
Off-limits for a long period of time, Grosse-Île now reveals its mysteries! Accompanied by Parks Canada guides, visit what was once a human quarantine station to counter epidemics, where tens of thousands of immigrants passed through between 1832 and 1937. A must-see that is only 35 minutes from Quebec City!
- Look up your ancestors' names on the memorial
- Visit the island's must-sees
- Enjoy a guided cruise by the Lachance captains
Razorbill Observation Cruise in Chaudière-Appalaches
Come and observe the Alca Torda! Less than 35 minutes from Quebec City, come aboard the Vent des Îles and meet 1,000 little penguins during a guided and commented cruise available for a limited time.
- Small penguins from the far east of the St. Lawrence come by the thousands to the islets of the archipelago to carry out their brooding
- An exceptional opportunity to discover these fascinating creatures
- In the company of specialized guides