The French shipping company Brittany Ferries, founded in 1973 by Alexis Gurwennec, has a large fleet at its disposal. Ferries and cruise ships operate numerous routes between France and England, Ireland and Spain, and between England and Spain. All destination ports of the routes are interesting cities that can interest any tourist. Each port city has its own attractions, as well as many stores, bars, cafes and cozy hotels.
Brittany Ferries was founded in 1972 by Breton farmers who decided to export their goods from Roscoff to Plymouth. Their venture soon grew into a major maritime exporter on the Western Channel, connecting the south coast of England with Northern France and Northern Spain. Lounging rooms, bars, movie theaters and small cafes are available for passengers. Thanks to the cozy cabins, truck drivers can rest during the crossing. And during the trip from England to France, there is an opportunity to get a 50% discount on meals. The same offer is valid for tourists on ferries between Britain and Spain.
Even on Brittany Ferries' simple ships, tourists receive cruise ship level service. Amenities abound on the ferries, and modern French restaurants serve a variety of refreshments. Comfortable cabins and stores are also available to passengers.
On routes from Portsmouth to Le Havre and Santander, you can choose to travel in economy class. This allows you to get to France or Spain at affordable prices without the cruise service. The Etretat ferry is used for such a crossing. But tickets for such trips should be booked at least a month in advance, as they are popular with both locals and tourists. In this case, the ferry Etretat is a good choice.
The pride of the company is the Armorique, a one hundred and twenty million pound modern cruise ferry. It was designed specifically for travel between Plymouth and the port of Roscoff. It has its own restaurant, lounge bar and café, lounge area, Wi-Fi, open sundeck and different classes of cabins.
The company's flagship is the £100 million luxury cruise ferry Pont-Aven.
The ferries run between England, Spain, France and Ireland on 22 different routes. The most popular of them – is «Santander-Portsmouth». It is now possible to book a crossing between the English ports of Plymouth, Poole and Portsmouth, as well as Bilbao and Santander in Spain, Cork in Ireland and the ports of Cherbourg, Caen, Saint-Malo and Roscoff in France. In addition, Brittany Ferries has a new Cork-Santander destination available to its customers.
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