Every morning in season, a unique spectacle is played out on the beach of Quiberville, a spectacle not to be missed. It’s the traditional hauling of boats to the tractor for the fish market. These small, flat-bottomed boats are called Doris. Traditionally made of wood, and used in the 19th century by the ships that left to fish for cod on the banks of Newfoundland, particularly from Fécamp (the famous Terre-Neuvas), they were quickly used for coastal fishing by local professionals. Replaced at the beginning of the 20th century by trawls in the ports, they will remain in use in the villages of the Breton and Norman coasts, as is the case in Quiberville, the lighter aluminum having replaced the wood.