Brexit: Brittany Ferries Increases Freight Traffic from Le Havre, Cherbourg and Roscoff

To avoid the risk of congestion in the “Brexit” scenario, Brittany Ferries is increasing its freight capacity by 50% in three French ports, including Le Havre. The announcement follows an agreement with the British Ministry of Transport. To prevent the risk of monster truck plugs before boarding for the United Kingdom in the event of a ”  hard Brexit “, the shipping company Brittany Ferries announced …

Normandy: Medical Evacuation on a Passenger Ship off the North Cotentin

Sunday 17th June, at just after midnight, the Navy helicopter, based in Maupertus intervened on the Brittany Ferries “Bretagne” ship to evacuate a passenger in infarction off the Cotentin. On the night of Saturday 16th to Sunday 17th June, at 10 minutes past midnigth, an alert is launched by the ship Brittany Ferries, Bretagne  off the coast …

Ouistreham: Dockworkers on 48 hours Strike Tomorrow Morning

Dockers of the Brittany-Ferries renew their strike for 48 hours. Tomorrow Thursday, 26th May, they will block cargo trucks. But not passengers … Ouistreham dockworkers have decided to continue their strike for 48 hours, from tomorrow Thursday,26th May from 6.30am to 11.30pm.  The Same for Friday, 27th May, “But we will let passengers pass” says the CGT. …

Damage of the ‘Normandie’: 12 Connections between Caen and Portsmouth canceled

The unavailability of the “Normandie” until Sunday, 17th April forced the company to cancel twelve connections between Caen and Portsmouth. The damage on the Normandie will take longer to fix than expected . Consequently, the connections between Caen and Portsmouth will be disrupted until Sunday, 17th April 17.  The company will contact all affected passengers …