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Croisières Inter-îles (Shipping company, France)

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House flag of Croisières Inter-îles - Image by Ivan Sache, 30 November 2019


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Presentation of Croisières Inter-îles

Croisières Inter-îles (website) is a coastal cruise company based in La Rochelle. The company serves from the ports of La Rochelle and La Tranche-sur-Mer the three islands of Aix, Oléron (Boyardville and Saint-Denis-d'Oléron), and Ré (Saint-Martin-de-Ré).
The company was established in 1988 when the General Council of Charente-Maritime sold its fleet of ferries and boats that connected Ré island to La Rochelle before the building of the toll bridge. In 2004, it absorbed the Vedettes Oléronaises, which operated a scheduled line between Oléron and Aix.

Ivan Sache, 30 November 2019


House flag of Croisières Inter-îles

The house flag of Croisières Inter-îles is a rectangular version of the company's logo, vertically divided blue-green by a thin white vertical line. "CROISIERES / inter" is written in the blue part, "CROISIERE" in much smaller letters and with the accent on the "E" replaced by a white seagull, while "îles" is written in the green part.
The house flag is commonly seen hoisted on boats and ticket booths (photo, photo, photo).

Ivan Sache, 30 November 2019


Compagnie vendéenne

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House flag of Compagnie vendéenne, current and former flags - Images by Ivan Sache, 30 November 2019

n 2005, Croisières Inter-îles merged with the Compagnie vendéenne (website), a company established in 1999 to serve Yeu and Noirmoutier islands from the ports of Fromentine and Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie (Vendée).

As expected, the Compagnie vendéenne (photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo) has a similar logo and flag, but with a different color scheme, blue and yellow.
A seemingly older version of the flag (photo, 2011) was white with the company's logo.

Ivan Sache, 30 November 2019