I was on the Pont Aven from Roscoff to Plymouth yesterday morning (having also arrived on her from Cork) - there was a technical issue and also an electrical issue (stopped serving any hot breakfasts / hot beverages for over an hour). However the main problem was the weather in Roscoff yesterday. I arrived on her from Cork (a fairly lumpy crossing on the Saturday night) and it took some attempts to get her alongside as the wind was blowing very hard from the north and keeping her off the berth (took 3 attempts to finally get her close enough to the pier to get lines ashore). The Engines and bow thrust had to be kept running during discharging and re-loading to keep her sufficiently alongside, such was the force of wind against her, but she was still ranging quite a bit all through discharge and loading. Getting back out of Roscoff was was an interesting manouevour - soon as she started going astern clear of the pier she took on some very heavy rolling until she was headed directly into the wind. Once clear of the berth and heading north she was plowing through some very heavy and high swells and at times the speed was down to 10 kts. Before we left Roscoff they advised that the open decks would be closed for the duration of the crossing. Have a few videos of the berthing attempts (all too big to share here), but here is a pic taken at the time showing sea state.