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Ferries to Gijon

LD Lines Saint Nazaire to Gijon
Crossing Duration 3 Sailings Weekly
Sailing Schedules 15 hour crossing
Ferry to Gijon reviews
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Our most recent Gijon customer reviews are below, read more by visiting our ship pages.

"St Nazaire to Gijon and Gijon to Poole"

Reviewed 05 September 2014 by Anonymous

The St Nazaire to Gijon trip was fine and everything worked well for us. Very polite and helpful staff. Breakfast time could have been earlier for us. The Gijon to Poole trip was too long for us (24hrs) and the swell in the Bay of Biscay made it a rough journey which would have been more stable and comfortable in a larger boat. Sorry, but this wasn't a pleasant experience for us but we were just unlucky with the sea conditions which spoilt the trip.

'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Gijon with LD Lines on Norman Atlantic

"Good experience. We hope the service remains to Gijon"

Reviewed 29 August 2014 by Anonymous

Good crossing between St. Nazaire and Gijón. The ship was comfortable, having into account that the night before, we have slept in one considerably larger across the channel.

'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Gijon with LD Lines on Norman Atlantic

"Cruising the Bay of Biscay"

Reviewed 28 August 2014 by Jose Odilo

As always a journey that is almost a cruise, good service and unforgettable experience

'Jose Odilo' travelled by Ferry to Gijon with LD Lines on Norman Asturias

"LD Lines"

Reviewed 22 August 2014 by Anonymous

I enjoy ferries, but sadly what was advertised was not exactly what was available. As a child travelling to Ireland the ships would have a cinema, duty-free shop and lots of other facilities. On LD Lines to Gijon, the DVD room was a TV and DVD player in the corner of the lounge bar. The child area was a three-foot wide section of the bar with pens, paper and some sponge lego-shaped mats underneath a small table. The food was OVER priced - bring your own. Bar staff were often worked 24 hours whilst others seemed to be standing around whilst bins etc. needed to be emptied on the decks. The cleanliness was superb (obviously down to the army of cleaners who board the boat when it docks). The room was sufficient - simple, but clean and comfortable (bit like a budget hotel). For 25 hours, activities were very quickly exhausted - sit on deck, sit in the lounge bar (reading), eat, walk on deck, read some more,,,,,, etc. I love travelling by sea, but my fellow travelers were bored very quickly and vowed, "Never again!"

'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Gijon with LD Lines on Norman Asturias

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