A number of meetings involving the management and French crew unions have taken place throughout the weekend in Roscoff where Brittany Ferries head office is located. Proposals have been put forward by both sides. As yet, no agreement has been reached which will enable the company to resume services which therefore remain suspended, except the Poole-Cherbourg passenger service, which is operated on Brittany Ferries’ behalf by Condor Ferries.

Passengers are being asked not to attempt to contact the company by telephone but to visit the website www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/routes/sailing-updates for the latest information.

Because of this indefinite stoppage Brittany Ferries is recommending customers to travel to Dover where they currently have special arrangements in place with P&O Ferries and MyFerryLink to accept Brittany Ferries tickets. A full refund willbe given for the unused Brittany Ferries crossings. Brittany Ferries staff are at Dover and Calais to assist passengers.

Brittany Ferries says it very much regrets the effect that the disruption is having on its customers and would like to reassure everyone that the management is working hard to reach a swift end to the dispute.

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