Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries is a French ferry company that runs ships between France, the UK, Ireland and Spain.

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Brittany Ferries - Onboard Facilities
... Brittany Ferries' vessels have a variety of onboard facilities ... In late 2009 Brittany Ferries have installed a paid wifi service across its fleet of traditional ferries ...
Cherbourg-Octeville - Public Transport and Infrastructure - Sea
... following operators currently run services from the port Brittany Ferries to Poole (up to 3 sailings daily during the winter, 5 in summer) and Portsmouth (up to 2 sailings daily, summer only) ... Celtic Link Ferries to Rosslare (3 sailings weekly) ... Irish Ferries to Rosslare (3 sailings weekly) ...
MV Cotentin - Regular Routes
... An October 2006 article in International Freighting Weekly included comments from a Brittany Ferries executive which suggested that the ship would be placed ... Up to mid-July 2007 the Brittany Ferries Freight timetable showed a two-ship service on Poole–Cherbourg after the delivery of the Cotentin, and no Portsmouth–Cherbourg sailings ... On 21 July 2007 it was announced by Brittany Ferries that the Cotentin would operate from Poole, a partially amended timetable for the Poole–Cherbourg route had been posted prior to ...
MV Armorique
... MV Armorique is a passenger and freight ferry built for Brittany Ferries by STX Europe in Finland at a cost of £81 million (€110 million) ... The vessel was delivered to Brittany Ferries on 26 January 2009, it was originally planned for her to be delivered in September 2008 ... Armorique is named after a national park of outstanding beauty in western Brittany ...
Sea France - Restructuring
... On 16 March 2009, Brittany Ferries announced it had also made an offer for SeaFrance ... The Brittany Ferries offer involved the creation of a new holding company in which Brittany Ferries would have a 75% stake with the remainder being owned ... the following day, to hear the appeal court’s verdict on its request that SeaFrance’s ferries be allowed to return to service ...