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  1. I know a lot of you have driven in France recently. If this has been asked before forgive me. The more I read about brexit the more confused I get. I have read that I may need to exchange my UK driving license for an EU one, is this true ? also talk about an IDP to allow me to drive there ... I'll be back in July, obviously post brexit and want some clarification as to what i'll need. I have been loads of times before and am familiar with all the other requirements and extras, it's really just the license and the permit issue .... cheers guys.
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    Operational matters

    We wish to inform you that, for operational reasons, the departure time of your sailing from Roscoff to Cork has been amended to the earlier time of 20:30hrs. Please find attached an updated ticket . Thank you once again for choosing Brittany Ferries.
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    Operational matters

    It was always 21.30 on previous trips as was this one until they changed it.
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    Operational matters

    Ah .. I see ... it's the PA ... thanks for the reply.
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    Operational matters

    A recent email has said the my sailing from Roscoff to Cork in July has been brought forward 1 hr to 20.30 ... just curious as to what are the 'operational matters' .. thanks.
  6. I've been reading a few reviews on Tripadvisor about PA starting to show her age, I know 15 is not really old for a ship and that she's due in soon for some work, pehaps a refit ? not too sure. 2017 was my last sailing on her and I will sail again in July next year. Are any of the newbuilds intended to replace her on the Cork/Roscoff route ? personally I love the PA and always look forward to my trips but it was just a question to throw out there.
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    No worries Cabin Boy ... saves me 34 euro on a return seat too
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    Thanks for the replies ... this is my response fom BF.ie > We do allow a maximum 5 passengers (2 > of which are children) to occupy a 4 berth cabin. As there are 2 lower > & 2 upper bunks in a 4 berth cabin, either 2 children will have to > share a bunk or 1 of the children will have to sleep on the floor.
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    Thanks guys ... I will go with the fact that I have paid a deposit and my booking form clearly says .. 1x4 berth cabin, 3 adults, 2 children ... seems legit enough that they have accepted it.
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    I have just went onto the manage my booking page to reserve a seat, when I get to the end it asks for all my card details again ... unsure what to do next, is this just for confirmation ?
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    The system never prompted me to book a seat, unlike Irish Ferries, It just let me proceed with 5 in a 4 berth so hopefully it will be ok.
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    Hi Gareth, it is Cork/Roscoff.
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    Cabin for 5 ?

    I have always booked 2 adults and 3 children into a 4 berth cabin on Pont Aven with no problem. Now that my eldest is 16 she is classed as an adult but I have still been able to book us all into 1 cabin, the two smaller girls just share a bunk. Irish Ferries will not let me do this however and says I am over subscribed for the cabin and need to book extra, hopefully this will be ok when we come to check in and and we are not told otherwise ... thanks.
  14. I eventually got through in the end and thought I would chance my arm with a 4 berth cabin for 3 adults and 2 children, my eldest is now 16 so is classed as an adult now for travel. We have done this on all our sailings as our two youngest girls just share a bunk, but I did think I would have to book a reclining seat aswell .. it never asked me to ! ... do you think this will raise it's head at a later date or will we be ok .... thanks.
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