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Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries

 

Brittany Ferries Facts


  • • Nearly 1 million vehicles and 3 million passengers every year
  • • Up to 23 daily sailings providing capacity for 35,000 passengers and 11,000 cars
  • • Brittany Ferries' staff can make up more than 6600 beds per night. That is more than the combined total of the Ritz, the Savoy and the Waldorf hotels in London for a week
  • • 750,000 nautical miles covered each year, enought to go 35 times around the world
  • • The Pont-Aven, their biggest ship, has 650 cabins and more than 2,000 berths
  • • Each year are served around 3 million meals including up to 200 tons of fried chips and 3 million baguettes

 

Onboard cabins

All cabins are en suite and include air conditioner, toiletries, towels and linen.


Commodore

  • • More spacious
  • • Twin beds and recess bed/sofa bed
  • • Porthole
  • • TV (Flat screen)
  • • DVD player
  • • Hair dryer
  • • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • • Newspaper
  • • Mini bar

*Note: ships including Commodore cabins: Pont-Aven (with balcony), Mont St Michel, Bretagne and Normandie.

 

Club 4 "Plus"

  • • More spacious
  • • Twin beds and two pull-down beds
  • • Porthole
  • • TV (Flat screen)
  • • DVD player
  • • Hair dryer
  • • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • • Newspaper
  • • Mini bar

*Note: ships including Club 4 "Plus" cabins: Armorique.

 

De Luxe

  • • More spacious
  • • Pont-Aven: twin beds
  • • Cap Finistère: double beds
  • • Porthole
  • • TV (Flat screen)
  • • DVD player
  • • Hair dryer
  • • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • • Newspaper
  • • Mini bar

*Note: ships including De Luxe cabins: Pont-Aven and Cap Finistère.

 

Club 4

  • • Bunk-style beds
  • • Porthole
  • • TV (Flat screen)
  • • Tea and coffee making facilities

*Note: ships including Club 4 cabins: Pont-Aven, Armorique and Bretagne.

 

Finistère Club

  • • Renovated cabins with an enhanced atmosphere and decoration
  • • Twin beds with two pillows per bed and upgraded bed linen
  • • Porthole
  • • TV (Flat screen)

*Note: ships including Finistère Club cabins: Cap Finistère.

 

Two & Four berth

  • • Bunk-style beds
  • • With and without porthole
  • • Cap Finistère has two berth cabins with portholes and twin beds

*Note: ships including Two & Four berth cabins: all.

 

Pet friendly

  • • Bunk-style beds
  • • Porthole
  • • Laminate flooring

*Note: ships including Pet friendly cabins: Cap Finistère.

 

Onboard restaurants

Brittany Ferries offer French cuisine restaurants, self service restaurants, bars, cafes and food outlets (Petit Marchés).


Main Restaurants

They offer buffet of French cuisine on the menu. With options for all tastes: langoustines or smoked salmon as starters; fish, meat and vegetarian dishes as main courses; and delicious desserts and French cheeses.

 

Self-service restaurants

If you prefer a more British option, self-service restaurants offer fish and chips, salads, baguettes, sandwiches and other snacks, buffets, and hot dishes. There is also a special Children's menu for those under twelve (main dish, drink, apple compote, lollipops and two gifts).

 

Coffee shops

They serve juices, cold and hot drinks, baguettes, tarts and different kinds of pastries.

 

Bars & lounges

Wide selection of comfortable bars and lounges. Different atmospheres for you to choose and enjoy.

 

Entertainment

Brittany Ferries offer its passengers a wide range of entertainment options for all ages.

 

Swimming Pool

Only in Pont-Aven and Cap Finistère

 

Live Entertainment

You can check the day's entertainment program at the Information Desks. Depending on the season and ship's scheduled you'll be offered DJs, live music, cabarates and/or magic shows amongst other entertainment options.

 

Games room

Specifically designed for teenagers. With air hockey and a wide range of arcade video games.

 

Children's Play Areas

Small children can enjoy specifically designed areas in all ships, except for the Normandie Express.

 

Updated: 28 February 2020

by Paul Quigley