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Reviewed 09 April 2014 by Peter

Just the way I like it. No hassle, easy boarding, cabin for one as expected. Rather a lot of French children going home!

'Peter' travelled with Brittany Ferries, Portsmouth St Malo on Bretagne

"Rough trip in Bay"

Reviewed 09 April 2014 by Alex

Not Brittany ferries fault but the trip in December is a bit rough. Hardly slept due to heavy seas but apart from that the trip was very good. Really nice cabin and food and entertainment were excellent. One good thing was I hardly smoked as it was to windy and wet to go out on deck.Coming back on 1st april was excellent crossing. Looking forward to next crossing on 15th April. Thank you Brittany.

'Alex' travelled with Brittany Ferries, Portsmouth Santander on Pont Aven

"Very Nice"

Reviewed 08 April 2014 by Jose

This was my second crossing from the UK to Spain. Very prompt to get on board, on time, and very pleasant! Food was expensive, everything was nicely clean, and the staff was fine. Recommended!

'Jose' travelled with Brittany Ferries, Portsmouth Santander on Pont Aven

"Brittany Ferries booked via direct ferries"

Reviewed 06 April 2014 by Joanna

Direct Ferries make it so easy to compare different crossing choices! I travel twice a month at the moment, and was please with my choice of Brittany Ferries for less then £300 including a 4 person cabin one way. We very much enjoyed the crossing, and the restaurant breakfast was superb! Our boat was the Mont St Michel.

'Joanna' travelled with Brittany Ferries, Caen Portsmouth on Mont St Michel

"Pont Aven"

Reviewed 04 April 2014 by James

Having sailed on the Pont Aven a couple of times, the experiences were most enjoyable. If you like fine dining, I would make a point of eating in the ships La Flora Restaurant. All areas are clean and very comfortable. The wrap around deck is great to explore too.

'James' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Pont Aven

Brittany Ferries Irish Sea service takes you from Cork to Roscoff on the shortest and fastest route to the continent from Ireland.
Brittany Ferries ferry services are operated by their ship - ‘Pont Aven’. Find out what it’s like onboard by visiting our Pont Aven page.

Brittany Ferries offer a service which is centred on their luxury cruise ferries, which enable your holiday to start the minute you drive on board the ship.

The charming port of Roscoff is ideally situated for exploring all parts of Brittany while further afield fast roads take you quickly on to Western Loire, the Dordogne and the delights of France’s Atlantic coast.

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1 Sailing Weekly
13 hour 30 minute crossing
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