Le Tour De France Par Deux Enfants No. 2

Title: Le Tour De France Par Deux Enfants No. 2
Translated Title: 
A Tour of France by Two Children No. 2 (Ch. 3)
At daybreak, the "Poitou" sailed towards La Rochelle. Guillaume, the pilot. Put at the bottom of the bilge, little Julien writes down his impressions of the trip. "The 'Poitou' is taking its last voyage. Guillaume, the pilot, is moving to a small farm. The sea is choppy. We are approaching La Rochelle." Some shots of La Rochelle. "In passing, we will see Nantes." They then set course for Brest, but took a wide path due to the reefs of Quiberon. The sea started to become choppy. -- You seem worried, Guillaume. -- We are entering some difficult waters, and with that, the weather is turning bad. André, growing concerned, had put Julien on the bridge. A rescue boat came to help the shipwrecked men. The "Poitou" sank, but the travelers were rescued. They separated, to meet in Dunkirk at the home of Guillaume, the pilot. See what happens next in No. 3.