Where is the armorique ferry now?

North East Atlantic Ocean
Armorique ferry current position Armorique ferry current location is at North East Atlantic Ocean (coordinates 50.10558 N / -4.16140 W) cruising at speed of 14.4 kn (27 kph/ 17 mph) en route to FRROS. The AIS position was reported 1 minute ago.

What does armorique mean?

the country which faces the sea
“Armorique” being the ancient name for the coastal north-western region of France meaning “the country which faces the sea.” It is also the name of an outstanding national park in Brittany.

Can I book a cabin on board Brittany Ferries?

No, there is no waiting list for cabins on any of our ships. If you were unable to reserve your preferred onboard accommodation at the time of booking, you can call us periodically to see if there have been any cancellations. You can also ask at the information desk when you get on board.

What is Brittany Ferries new ship?

Setting sail in Spring 2022, Salamanca is the second of our brand new ships designed especially for our Portsmouth to Spain routes.

Is food included on Brittany Ferries?

Aboard Galicia, you can enjoy one 3-course dinner and one continental breakfast, included in the price of your ticket when travelling to and from Spain*. There’s a fantastic choice of different places to eat and drink whether you want a full meal or a light snack.

Do Brittany Ferry cabins have showers?

All of our cabins are ensuite, air conditioned and have fresh linen and towels. Soap and shower gel are also provided in case you want to freshen up and you’ll also find at least 1 continental plug socket to use or to charge any electrical appliances that you may have.

Who is Brittany Ferries owned by?

BAI Bretagne Angleterre Irlande S.A.
Brittany Ferries

MV Pont-Aven departing from Portsmouth
Total assets €444.2 million (2018)
Owner BAI Bretagne Angleterre Irlande S.A.
Number of employees 2,787 (2018 average – high and low seasons)
Website brittany-ferries.co.uk

How fast does a Brittany ferry go?

180 mph
With the potential to connect existing ferry ports, the craft are expected to fly at speeds of up to 180 mph with a battery-powered range of 180 miles. The voyage from Portsmouth to Cherbourg, for example, could be covered in as little as 40 minutes.