Brittany Ferries UK-France sailings resume: updates

A Brittany Ferries ship

Passengers must book a cabin or reserved seat, and masks must be worn in all public areas as operator initiates measures to prevent spread of Covid-19

Channel ferry company Brittany Ferries is slowly reintroducing passenger services, three months after it stopped all crossings other than freight due to the coronavirus crisis.

The first passenger service left Caen on Monday, June 29, destined for Portsmouth. Connexion reader Julie Bosworth was on the return sailing and said though passengers had been warned loading would take longer than normal and they left 45 minutes late, the whole process was well organised and not much different from pre-pandemic sailings, though all passengers had to reserve cabins or seats.

On the Brittany Ferries website, CEO Christophe Mathieu said the company is still some way from returning to full ...

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