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  1. Good Evening All, With the exciting launch of Honfleur getting ever closer, it made me think if newly built ships have advanced safety features, such as how cars develope in a short space of time? Will Honfleur have any advanced over other ships within the fleet? Best wishes,
  2. It would be nice if BF share photos this year of some of the works carried out. 🤞
  3. Hi All, Does Ulysses have more horse power than the Pont Aven? I am guessing the Pont has the most horse power within the BF Fleet?
  4. Hello All, I believe its possible to pre-order dinner on the all Spanish Routes? If so, is the procedure still to queue until reaching the desk? I guess the main benefit is that a table will be reserved as opposed to tucking in sooner 😁
  5. Hi Andy, sadly my French isn’t the greatest. In short, do you know what’s being said? ☺️
  6. Hi Gareth, Thanks for your reply. could it not be argued the captain should have known better prior to setting off? weather forecasts, other ships notifying of conditions, and all the other mod coms on the bridge?
  7. Hi, Was the Cap really in such danger as Lofty eludes too? Sounds very scary if indeed she could have been in danger when turning.
  8. I wonder if Pont will receive new carpet to her main bar area?
  9. Hi Ferry Man, no, I meant deck five of the Arm is open ended. At times there can be I believe signs of wetness on the garage floor, no doubt from the spray. Could water not reach the fifth deck in a severe storm, making surely a completely closed ship a little safer?
  10. Hi, yes, seems most likely I guess. car was i. Deck 5, so on the arm it's a straight forward down on the lift with no water tight doors. i do always wonder if these type of ships are as seaworthy as a fully enclosed ship.
  11. Evening All, Having returned yesterday afternoon onboard the Arm, I took the opportunity to buy a few boxes of excellent value wine. I was told we couldn't gain access to the vehicle decks (with a member of staff of course) until 30 minutes into the sailing due to safety reasons? Does anyone know the reasons for this? Cheers,
  12. Morning All, Having travelled on the Thursday night crossing from Plymouth to Roscoff on July 13th, we sailed for approximately one hour, and then turned off all engines. We were stationary until approximately 12.30 - 1am. i know many say this happens often, but this was the first time I had experienced. Yes, I had been on her when travelling very slowly but not the above. It made for a lovely vibration free and peaceful meal.
  13. Evening All, In drifting to waste time and save fuel on a Thursday evening, could this not provide a reduced comfort level for those onboard?
  14. Enjoy. You'll ha e a great time I am sure.
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