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Salamanca sails the Suez Canal then heads to Spain
30th December 2021

Salamanca will arrive at the port of Suez, at the southern end of the canal on New Year’s Day 2022, before entering the canal a day later.  This follows a 7,529-nautical mile journey from China crossing the Yellow Sea, East China Sea, South China Sea and Indian Ocean.

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Fast Channel sailings are back
22nd November 2021

For 2022, French ferry company Brittany Ferries is restoring its fast UK to France cross-Channel ferry route. The summer service – the fastest on the Western Channel – was suspended in 2020 due to the pandemic.

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LNG bunker terminal construction begins in Bilbao
21st September 2021

Brittany Ferries welcomes the start of construction of LNG bunker facilities in Bilbao. Fuel giant Repsol has confirmed the news which paves the way for the arrival of Brittany Ferries’ first LNG powered-ship Salamanca. Work on the bunker terminal be completed in the first half of next year, coinciding with the ship’s arrival.

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Brittany Ferries et CMA CGM concluent un partenariat alliant transport de passagers et de fret
14th September 2021

À l’occasion des Assises de l’économie de la mer, plus importante réunion annuelle du monde maritime français, Brittany Ferries, premier armateur maritime transbordeur sous pavillon français, et le Groupe CMA CGM, un leader mondial du transport maritime et de la logistique, annoncent la signature d’un accord d’investissement de CMA CGM dans Brittany Ferries d’un montant de 25 millions d’euros, dont 10 millions d’euros en quasi-fonds propres. À travers cet accord, CMA CGM souhaite accompagner le redressement de Brittany Ferries à la suite de la crise de la COVID-19.

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Brittany Ferries and CMA CGM form a partnership in passenger and freight transport.
14th September 2021

On the occasion of the Assises de l’économie de la mer event, the largest annual meeting of participants in France’s sea economy, Brittany Ferries, the largest ferry company operating under the French flag, and the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, announced that CMA CGM has agreed to make a €25 million investment in Brittany Ferries, including €10 million in quasi-equity. Through this agreement, CMA CGM is seeking to support Brittany Ferries’ post-Covid-19 recovery.

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Two new hybrid ships for Brittany Ferries’ UK-France operations
21st July 2021

Two new hybrid LNG-electric ships are coming to the Brittany Ferries fleet. They will arrive in 2024/2025 to serve routes connecting Portsmouth with St Malo and Caen. As well as significantly cutting emissions, the hybrids will deliver less noise, less vibration for passengers and a step towards future-proofing the company.

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Brittany Ferries opens early for 2022 reservations
6th April 2021

Brittany Ferries has today opened its books for 2022 reservations. The move comes three months’ earlier than normal and is partly designed to meet customer demand for holidays next year. But it also aims to deliver reassurance to those who hold 2021 reservations, should a return to international travel be delayed.

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Brittany Ferries plots recovery course, after worst year in decades
19th March 2021

Brittany Ferries has published some of the most disappointing figures in its history, following its AGM in St Pol de Leon, France today. In a year dominated by the Covid crisis and amid on-going Brexit concerns, 2020 passenger numbers fell to less than a third of normal levels. Freight fared slightly better, with figures down by 20 percent. Company turnover halved, as lockdown measures and restrictions on travel in all markets forced passengers to stay at home.

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As travel restrictions persist, Brittany Ferries extends suspension of some services
17th February 2021

“We had hoped for a return to service for all our routes in mid-March, but the reality is that most people are simply unable to travel at this time, " said CEO Christophe Mathieu. "Booking levels are extremely low and we are relying on loans to carry us through this difficult period. It is therefore simply not viable to run loss-making routes at this time.”

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