Press Releases

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Brittany Ferries Faces Future With Optimism Despite Awful Year

Despite numbers slashed in 2020, France-based ferry company Brittany Ferries is looking positively to the future.

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Major Calmac Ferry Replacement Project Begins

CMAL has started the process to secure substantial renewal of Caledonian MacBrayne "small vessel" fleet

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Covid Travel Restrictions Force Brittany Ferries To Extend Ferry Cancellations

Brittany Ferries has been forced to further delay a return to full service.

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Brittany Ferries Calls For Covid Vaccine Travel Corridors

Brittany Ferries believe that as Covid-19 Vaccination programmes roll out, there are opportunities to re-start travel.

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Traffic Continues To Move At Port of Dover After Brexit

The Port of Dover has reported that a month on since the end of the Brexit transition period, freight traffic volumes are at 90% of the level that is typical for the time of year.

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Re-engining For Baleària’s Fast-Ferry Avemar Dos

Baleària's 'Avemar Dos', the former 'Superstar Express' of P&O Ferries, is currently undergoing her second re-engining in six years.

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Day One For New Brittany Ferries “Brexit Bypass” Route

Brittany Ferries’ enhanced “Brexit-busting” Ireland – France services begin tonight, 4 February, when the ARMORIQUE departs Rosslare for St Malo at 2000. The vessel is due to arrive at Rosslare for the first time around 1600 today. ARMORIQUE had sailed early Wednesday from her lay-up at Le Havre to Ouistreham…

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Brittany Ferries Confirms New Brexit Bypass Routes

Brittany Ferries has confirmed its plans for temporary additional freight services between Ireland and France, with both Cork and Rosslare benefiting

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[PR] Agreement for the Construction of Three State-of-the-art Aero Catamaran Vessels to Serve the Saronic Islands

Attica Holdings has announced the signing of an agreement with Brødrene Aa shipyard of Norway, for the construction of three state-of-the-art Aero Catamaran vessels

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[PR] Go West to Take Unaccompanied Freight by Sea, says Brittany Ferries

French ferry company Brittany Ferries has confirmed that it will soon start two brand-new direct ferry routes linking Rosslare with France.

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[PR] Port Boulogne Calais Results 2020: traffic is down but the port remains solid

Port Boulogne Calais has released its 2020 results which show reduced traffic accredited to the challenges of Covid-19 and Brexit uncertainy.

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[PR] Stena Line to boost Ireland – France capacity next weekend.

Stena Line has today announced that they will boost freight capacity between Ireland to France next Saturday

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