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Sailing on her for the first time a week on Thursday, first time on Portsmouth/Caen for about 30 years ( last sailing on Duc de Normandie )....just a day return, well day/night actually - out on the 14:45 from Portsmouth to Caen on the Thursday afternoon, back on the 23:00 same day from Caen....same cabin in both directions - I don't suppose they will let me stay onboard? Originally when I saw the times I thought great, won't have to hang around in the terminal for long but now I realise that actually the timings are rather tight with a minimum 1 hour check-in.

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Useless fact of the day: this is the 10th thread in the forum entitled simply "Mont St Michel"!

​Cant beat a generic title, adds to the suspense of what the thread is about whilst it loads. Mont St Michel restaurant opening hours would be far too boring as I wouldn't need to wait for it to load to know what its about! haha

 

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The food selection will depend on how busy the sailing is. If it is very quiet, they won't put on the buffet, there'll be a bistro menu of starters, mains and desserts.s That's not very likely, though, during summer. the next possibility is buffet plus mains (with options to have just the starter & dessert buffets, or starter buffet + main, or main + dessert buffet, as well as the full 4 courses). Finally, you may get the full menu, with buffet and chef-prepared starters & desserts, which will be very similar to Pont-Aven or Bretagne evening sailings. It's almost always very good, the quality is identical to Bretagne/Pont-Aven, it's just the choices which differ.

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