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  1. 2 night minicruise to St Malo on the Pont completed using the BFE offer. Our drive down to Portsmouth from North Yorks was smooth and no real traffic issues meant we arrived about 18.15. A wait for 45 mins or so to board and we were up to deck 4. Parked, dropped bags in cabin and headed to to Le flora for the buffet and a main course of lamb on bulgar wheat, my wife had the duck and both of us were very happy with our meals. Excellent service from the waiter. We were positioned by a window on the port side, and so got a glimpse of the aircraft carriers, the inbound Normandie and the loit
  2. Annoyingly later then the 14:15 her AIS showed, so a bit dark and noisy...
  3. Bretagne has been a familiar sight in Portsmouth for over 25 years, and this weekend she is celebrating her 30th birthday. She was the first fully commissioned cruise-ship for Brittany Ferries and a great achievement for a company that was relatively new. Since being launched from the Chantiers de L’Atlantique in St Nazaire, she has become a moving tribute to the hard work and determination of the Breton farming cooperative that started the company, bearing the same name as the region in which the company began and their headquarters still remain. Bretagne is one-of-a-kind, thanks to
  4. Hi, This forum really helped me with choosing cabins for our Pont Aven, Portsmouth-Santander, trip this May. Thanks. I’ve never really booked a long time in advance before, does anyone have any experience on the cheapest time of year to buy tickets for the following Summer (July)? Looking for the same journey, for 2 cabins. Is it worth booking now, or are there certain times of the year/months before travel when they are definitely cheaper? Any wisdom gratefully received! Thanks
  5. The Barfleur passes the outbound Mont St Michel (Bound for Ouistreham) on her way into Portsmouth, before heading to Santander for scrubber installation. 8th March 2015
  6. The Ferry Man

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    The Cap Finistere seen arriving at Portsmouth
  7. Ferries leaving Portsmouth to have armed French military personnel and plain-clothed security onboard From today's Portsmouth News (03/07/17) http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/business/ferries-leaving-portsmouth-to-have-armed-french-military-personnel-and-plain-clothed-security-onboard-1-8036488
  8. C-Bed's 'Wind Solution' arriving into Portsmouth - 25/04/17
  9. Mont St Michel departs Portsmouth on Easter Sunday 2017
  10. Mont St Michel departs Portsmouth on Easter Sunday 2017
  11. Having only travelled on the Baie de Seine once before, on an overnight sailing, the winter schedule provided the ideal opportunity with her 1045 departure from Portsmouth on Tuesday. I had originally booked for the 7th March but bad weather resulted in this sailing being cancelled, so it was moved to the 21st instead. The weather felt like spring on arrival in Portsmouth, which made a change from the downpours of the previous days. It was a very lightly loaded sailing, with only 40 passengers onboard and a handful of freight - this being more of a passenger carrying ‘positioning trip’ to
  12. The Ferry Man

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    Night shot of the Mont St Michel seen berthed at Portsmouth
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