Brittany Ferries' first hybrid ferry, SAINT-MALO has been launched, and the keel for the second, GUILLAUME DE NORMANDIE, has been laid. The company is replacing older vessels with hybrid ferries to significantly reduce fleet emissions as part of the largest fleet investment in its history.
Brittany Ferries has today confirmed the charter of two brand new cruise-ferries to serve its long-haul UK to Spain routes. Both ships will be built at the Avic International Weihai shipyard in China to the Stena E-Flexer design, with the first arriving in time for the 2021 holiday season.
White-hot plasma jets cut through sheets of steel at the FSG shipyard in Germany today. The steel cutting ceremony marks the first step in the construction of Brittany Ferries’ Honfleur, a ship that will take little over a year to complete.