Cork-Santander to become Rosslare-Bilbao

Brittany Ferries is to replace its existing Cork-Santander route with one between Rosslare and Bilbao but will maintain its existing service between Cork and Roscoff from 28 February. The line said that its customers sought better road connections and reduced driving distances and while passenger numbers had been encouraging, freight traffic was not sufficiently robust. Like the current Cork-Santander sailings, the new Rosslare-Bilbao sailing will be twice-weekly. All customers already ... [+]

Britanny to sail year-round to Cork

Brittany Ferries is to offer its first year-round service to Ireland with a twice-weekly service between Cork and Santander in northern Spain, operated by the Connemara. The operator’s other Irish route, from Cork to Roscoff, is a seasonal service and is due to resume in March 2019. Britanny Ferries said ... [+]

Brittany to go direct from Ireland to Spain

  Brittany Ferries is to launch the first ever ferry service between Ireland and Spain at the end of April, between Cork and Santander. The twice-weekly route will be operated by a new chartered vessel, which will also be used to add an extra weekly return sailing to Brittany’s long-standing service ... [+]

Brittany orders UK’s first gas-powered ferry

UK/France ro ro operator Brittany Ferries has become the first cross-Channel ferry line to order a new vessel powered by liquified natural gas (LNG) on its routes from the UK to Santander and Bilbao in northern Spain. The €270 million (£225m) ship will be built by STX France in St ... [+]

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