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Part 1 - Saint-Malo and its harbour
1.1 - An underwater graveyard
1.2 - Saint-Malo circa 1700
1.3 - The Natière site
1.4 - The Dauphine and the Aimable Grenot

Part 2 - Shipbuilding
2.1 - The structure of the Dauphine
2.2 - The structure of the Aimable Grenot
2.3 - Rigging for the two ships
2.4 - The shipwright
2.5 - Theory and practice

Part 3 - Life aboard ship
3.1 - Tight quarters
3.2 - The crew
3.3 - The roar of the cannons
3.4 - The ship's tools
3.5 - Navigation and time
3.6 - Meals
3.7 - Rest and relaxation
3.8 - Faith and religion
3.9 - Illness and death

Part 4 - Trade and navigation
4.1 - Trade circuits
4.2 - Commerce raiding
4.3 - Michel Dubocage, captain of the Dauphine
4.4 - Hugon des Prey, captain of the Aimable Grenot
4.5 - Long-haul navigation

Part 5 - Archaeological research
5.1 - Excavation methods and techniques
5.2 - Land-based processes
5.3 - Conservation and restoration
5.4 - Identifying the shipwrecks
5.5 - The return of the DRASSM to France's western coastline
5.6 - Adramar
5.7 - The excavation's partners
5.8 - The wrecks and the general public

Annexes

Map of the Shipwrecks
Underwater video
Dauphine reconstitution
Ressources