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"Great Sailings"

Reviewed 07 December 2014 by Sara

This was the first time I've ventured across the Channel by sea ( Always preferring the Tunnel) and I was very very impressed with the quality of the 'Armorique'Ferry travelling over to Caen. I had a beautifully designed, clean and contemporary cabin and the rest of the ship was equally beautifully presented, comfortable and warm. The food is outstanding and next time I travel over I shall eat a full meal on both crossings - French chefs know how to treat their customers as well as keep the food fresh and everything was spotless. The French/English staff were cheerful, professional and chatty. Most importantly the voyage for my husband and I was a real success and we'd definitely travel with Brittany Ferries every time.

'Sara' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique/Mont St Michel

"Portsmouth Santander"

Reviewed 02 December 2014 by Eric

we sailed on a nice ship, plenty of public room and in good condition, Some entertainment in the bar plus 2 cinemas, so something to do to pass the time. The cabin was very small, but had bathroom with shower, and was clean

'Eric' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Pont Aven

"Bilbao to Portsmouth Nov 2014"

Reviewed 01 December 2014 by Alec

The staff were all very helpful and polite. We had a problem as we had inadvertently booked bunk beds, inappropriate for elderly people with arthritis! However we were able to transfer to a 4 berth cabin with 2 lower berths. The restaurant was very good, but portions were too large for small appetites. Less carbohydrate and more vegetables would have been appreciated (I have diabetes and have a restricted diet). Public address system was mostly useless as messages were indistinct and, in the cabin, too feint to be heard. We expect to use Brittany Ferries again on our next journey to the UK.

'Alec' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Cap Finistère


Reviewed 01 December 2014 by Peter

I have now travelled a number of times from Manchester to the Malaga area on the Costa del Sol and without a doubt the most cost effective route is Portsmouth to Caen, the ship was clean and the food was excellent, I had a cabin which was extremely reasonable but gave me a considerable rest period, which is more than welcome on such a long journey, I will definitely be using this route in the future, to sum up in one word "excellent"!

'Peter' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Mont St Michel

Brittany Ferries offer a wide selection of ferry routes to Western France and Northern Spain as well as a ferry service between France and Ireland.

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When you sail with Brittany Ferries your destination port is more than just a port. Each of their destinations possesses its own character and is normally full of life with great places to shop, drink and eat.

Brittany Ferries offer a service which is centred on their luxury cruise ferries, which means your holiday starts the minute you step on board the ship.

The entertainment is varied and the food is French cuisine which of course has a great reputation. You can also shop in the many boutiques, or relax in your accommodation, which they have tried to make as comfortable and luxurious as they can.

On longer trips such as between England and Spain the cabin that you get can make a massive difference. Getting a cabin allows you privacy during the day along with a place to keep your belongings safe and by night provides you with a comfortable place to sleep.

Brittany Ferries also operate a no-frills service called Brittany Ferries économie on the Portsmouth Le Havre and Santander routes. The économie service is ideal for those who wish to travel to France or Spain at a very reasonable fare without either the cruise-style experience provided on other ships or the speed afforded by Normandie Express. Brittany Ferries économie uses the Etretat ferry.

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Brittany Ferries Routes

England < > France

8 Sailings Weekly
5 hour 15 minute crossing
1 Sailing Weekly
10 hour 15 minute crossing
6 Sailings Weekly
4 hour 15 minute crossing
14 Sailings Weekly
5 hour 45 minute crossing
7 Sailings Weekly
3 hour crossing
7 Sailings Weekly
3 hour 45 minute crossing
5 Sailings Weekly
8 hour 50 minute crossing

England < > Spain

France < > Ireland

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