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  1. Having just travelled on Galica I thought it would be useful to share some pictures and experiences. I was booked on the 2145 Cherbourg-Portsmouth service on 14/12. Despite the advice for checkin to be 90 minutes before, I arrived approximately 75 minutes before and it looked like they had only just started checking people in. There were around 20-25 cars on the crossing. Car were loaded onto deck 5 starboard. Lorries were towards the front. Headed up to deck 7 to find my cabin for the night. I'm back over on Galicia later in the month in a 2 berth Commodore,
  2. Truckline was formed in 1972 as a freight-only operation between Poole and Cherbourg, with the first sailing on 29 June 1973. During 1985 Brittany Ferries purchased Truckline and a summer-only passenger service began the following year, still operated as Truckline Ferries. By 1989 two freight ships Coutances and Purbeck as well as the passenger ferries Trégastel and Corbière were on this route. As Poole-Cherbourg had substantially grown in popularity, it was decided to replace the ageing Trégastel (1971) and Corbière (1970) with a brand new superferry, the Barfleur. Introduction Barf
  3. Good Evening! So Quick Voyage Report from my trip to Cherbourg on Friday. Took advantage of the great BFe offer, managing to get on the Friday departure from Poole, coming back via Portsmouth. Would have done Saturday but was booked up (as was the Portsmouth Friday outbound crossing). So arrived at Poole station into some hazy mist! Cycled down to the harbour and joined the queue. Passing through, finally got told to cycle up to the top vehicle deck. Barfleur was well loaded. Picked up the breakfast meal deal of two mini-croissants, hot chocolate and apple juice before departu
  4. What was thought to be the second 'final' ever Barfleur crossing between Poole and Cherbourg - 3rd October 2011
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