The Brittany Ferries Roscoff Plymouth ferry crossing between France and England is the only service operating on this route. With crossing durations from 5 hours 15 minutes, the route is scheduled to run around 10 times per week.
The regularity and duration of crossing varies from time to time so it is advisable to get a live quote for current availability.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Roscoff Plymouth route is a car and 2 passengers.
"Pleasant, punctual and quiet. Thank you"
A relaxing ,well organised trip.
'Dorothy' travelled Roscoff Plymouth with Brittany Ferries on ArmoriqueRead More Read Less
"Roscoff to Plymouth"
The ferry sailed on time and arrived on time. Pleasant crossing. Staff friendly and helpful. Disappointed with the meal menu - vegetarian option had been substituted for something different which meant my wife did not get an evening meal: just a snack. Plenty of room for the number of passengers. Very pleased to get a sailing to Plymouth - these are like gold dust!
'Alec' travelled Roscoff Plymouth with Brittany Ferries on ArmoriqueRead More Read Less
"Review of Roscoff to plymouth"
Excellent in every way.
'Royston' travelled Roscoff Plymouth with Brittany Ferries on ArmoriqueRead More Read Less
"No fuss efficiency!"
The Amorique, which crosses the channel from Roscoff to Plymouth, provides a smooth efficient crossing. The day crossing is quick and very pleasant, although the wifi could be better, the staff are hard working and efficient without being to 'in your face'. He night crossing also is very efficient, the cabins are clean and mean a good rest before the long drive south once arriving in France.
'Adam' travelled Roscoff Plymouth with Brittany Ferries on ArmoriqueRead More Read Less
The French town and seaport of Roscoff is located in the Brittany region of north western France. The town and surrounding area is a great introduction into Brittany's charms. The town itself has been labelled "Petite cite de caractere de Bretagne" (the small town with character) due to the lovely architecture on display. Located next to the coast are 16th century granite buildings and charming streets filled with restaurants, small art galleries and gift shops. Many of the town's specialities, which include fantastic local seafood and Breton crepes, can be found in many of the town's restaurants or street side creperies. Alternatively, sample some famous Brittany thalassotherapy - rejuvenating, healing and relaxing therapies using seawater and sea products.
The port was opened in 1973 and is unfortunately somewhat deficient in passenger facilities. Ferry services using the port depart to Rosslare and Cork in Ireland with crossing times of 17 hours and 13 hours respectively. The nearby Île de Batz, called Enez Vaz in Breton, is a small island that can also be reached by launch from the port.
The city of Plymouth is located in the south west of England, in the county of Devon, and has a long and rich maritime history and many famous residents over the years which includes Sir Francis Drake. It is the largest city in Devon and has a lovely location on the coast. The city has a large city centre that has been redeveloped and contains lots of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants and also has a number of prominent modern suburbs. Perhaps the best known and most popular attraction in the city is the amazing National Marine Aquarium that contains large tanks of gigantic proportions, underwater tunnels and plenty of large sharks! Plymouth Gin with its famous distillery that dates back over 400 years is also a popular attraction as is the Dartmoor Wildlife Park to the north east of the city, which is popular with families. Green spaces within the city includes Central Park which features a range of sports facilities and a large leisure complex.
Ferries from Plymouth depart to Roscoff in France and Santander in Spain.