Henriette-Marie is the first pilot cutter known from Le Havre. Built in 1847, it was piloted until 1890. The Henriette-Marie was a fast and very maneuverable boat, its crew consisted of 2 men and a ship’s boy. The pilot cutters were nicknamed the Swallows of the Channel because of their liveliness and their black hulls with white flags.
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