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Eddies

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  1. Looking at my pic's which I took from the web cam, I'd say yes.
  2. This may well may have been covered, how ever on the news today it has been reported about Le Havre being closed. Sorry it's in French, how ever the link is: https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/normandie/seine-maritime/havre/dernier-ferry-britanny-ferries-quitte-portsmouth-havre-ce-7-septembre-1870562.html
  3. Is the re-start of the ships coming to a slow or even stop some routs again if France, is added to the list of not to travel too. ??
  4. Is that at the station ? As I've been paying 15 euro's each way when I book online, and 30 euro's one way at the station on the day.
  5. I have just been to the link above and I cannot find anything about the start date on that page, were did it come from. ??
  6. Is it not part of the EU, in which migrants register in the first EU Member State, that they get too, which would mean to me that when the UK, is out of the EU, they can then send them back under any new rules the UK, put's in place. ??
  7. I live just South-East of Le Havre, and have done so for the past 12 years, in all this time I have not seen any adds to promote it in it's own right, with all the history it has to offer, you can take a bus ride given in English, and parks to visit where you can do a picnic. I am also sure that even day trippers would come if the docking times was moved so that they get the 8:45 bus to Honfleur and the get back to Le Havre by 17:00 to depart again at 18:00. As do Caen, and Cherbourg, but they only get covered a short time each a year for D-Day, but that don't bring many young one's
  8. The number of deaths in the UK yesterday as reported was 63 had passed away.
  9. A mix is that maybe Baf, can do Le Havre or we are all wrong untill the sailing's scheduled's are listed in full.
  10. I'm or we are not in Cherbourg, I live near to Le Havre, with a car and my other lives near Portsmouth, who also has a car, so now with the decision not to take foot passengers it now means we may meat again one day, as the cost of taking a car for day trips along with a cabin it would not be worth it.
  11. Well with this decision we will not have the need to re-new the membership, then with the loss off discount we will not be traveling anymore with BF.
  12. With so many if/but's or a maybe, looking at BF's, booking website I don't think I'll be sailing any place now as they are not taking bookings for foot passengers, not even on a day trip, I don't need to take a car as we have one on both side's of the water and yet if I had a motorbike they would take me, so the question now is, is this a form of discrimination. ??
  13. I have had my own interest in the ships for a long time now but I do feel it's now coming to an end with the problems that it may well face for a long time. We have been doing trips to and from Le Havre, since taking a home here but at this time we have been apart when all trips was stopped to the every day traveller, now with the lack of facts, with what the cost will be due to the fact of reduced numbers at this time if they can restart and needing the use of a cabin for a short crossing it will be a long time before any sort of the norm will come back. Many of us in the past, have
  14. Looking at BF, website I found I can do a booking in July, this year but not as a footy but I can take the car and have to book a cabin, which don't pay anyone if going for a weekend.
  15. With what's going on with Honfleur, build, if she was to be moved to another port, to be completed, how would any of the guarantees work or would they not void
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