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  • Condor Ferries Cherbourg Terminal : Cherbourg ferry terminal, port directions, and facilities
    ferry service operates on Sundays from the end of May to the beginning of September Portsmouth to Cherbourg Ferry Times Getting to Cherbourg Click on a map to enlarge it By Car A network of major roads from Brittany the Loire and the South lead to the N13 motorway and from there straight into the centre of Cherbourg When you arrive Our shore handling in Cherbourg is provided by Brittany Ferries On arrival at the port please following signs for Brittany Ferries vehicle check in to Portsmouth On presenting your booking reference and passports you will be issued with a boarding hanger Cherbourg Port Contact Quai de Normandie 50100 Cherbourg Normandy France Essential Info Currency The currency in Cherbourg is Euros Cafeteria There is a bar open all day Bureau de Change There is a bureau de change facility available Cashpoint Machine There is a cashpoint available in the town centre Shop There is a souvenir and newsagent shop available Telephones Phonecard payphones are available Disabled Services Services for the disabled are available Lost Property Left Luggage There is no lost luggage facility Short Long Stay Car Park Parking is available nearby Baby Changing Facilities Baby changing facilities are available

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/cherbourg-port.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Condor Ferries : stmalo features
    following Top Ten Experiences in St Malo full article Enjoy the Countryside Driving and Cycling routes in some of France s stunning countryside Enjoy the Countryside full article Cycling and Driving Routes Cycling and Driving in some of France s most stunning countryside Cycling and Driving Routes full article Cafe LOuest menu 2 Cafe LOuest menu 2 full article Last chance to get away With the kids now back at school it s the perfect opportunity to get away and enjoy that last bit of summer sunshine and the quiet beaches We ve pulled together a list of things for you to do just in case you needed some inspiration There s somethin Last chance to get away full article A Day in Dinard Once one of the most fashionable seaside resorts in Europe Dinard is just a stone throw away across the River Rance and is a beautiful place to relax shop and wander A Day in Dinard full article Market Shopping in St Malo Browse bric a brac handicrafts fresh produce and discover magical festive cheer at St Malo s traditional street bazaars Market Shopping in St Malo full article St Malo Overview Rugged rocks and grey granite stone edge the coastline of this historic city a jewel of the French Emerald Coast and most visited destination in Brittany St Malo Overview full article St Malo is a Britt of all right Jersey being so close to the French coast it would be a shame not to add a Brittany excursion to your island holiday St Malo is a Britt of all right full article Cafe LOuest menu 1 Cafe LOuest menu 1 full article Top 10 St Malo hidden gems The walled city of St Malo is the perfect setting for your next city break We have

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/stmalo-features.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Condor Ferries : St. Malo Events
    Apr 1st May Classique au Large St Malo May 2016 28th Apr 1st May Classique au Large St Malo 16th Festival of Brittany Brittany 29th Marathon de la Baie du MontSaintMichel St Mont Michel June 2016 21st Fête de la Musique Saint Servan July 2016 1st 31st Festival le comououlle Quimper Quimper 1st 31st Tromenie de Locronan Breton Brittany 1st 31st Temp Fete Festival Brittany Douarnenez 1st 31st Where Land meets sea Morlaix Bay 13th 19th International Maritime Festival Brest 16th Les Tombees De La Nuit Rennes August 2016 11th 14th La Route du Rock summer edition Rennes St Malo 28th Grand prix de Cézembre Beach Hoguette September 2016 17th 18th Journées Européennes du Patrimoine St Malo Travel tips Currency The currency in France is Euros There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the right hand side Parking Most of the parking in St Malo operates on a pay and display system Shopping Almost all shops are closed on Bank Holidays including the hypermarkets Some shops and banks close on Mondays Most shops in the Old Town are open on Sundays in August excluding the Hypermarkets Many shops have a 2 hour lunch break but do

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  • Condor Ferries St. Malo Terminal : St. Malo ferry terminal, port directions, and facilities
    Fast ferry service from May to September to St Malo operating via Guernsey and Jersey The fastest way to France with your car Poole to St Malo Ferry Times Guernsey to St Malo Fast Ferry There are a wealth of direct indirect via Jersey and connecting services in Jersey throughout the year for Guernsey residents to travel to St Malo Guernsey to St Malo Ferry Times Jersey to St Malo Fast Ferry Year round fast ferry to St Malo from Jersey Take your car and pack everything you need without the worry of excess baggage charges Jersey to St Malo Ferry Times Getting to St Malo Click on a map to enlarge it By Car Excellent toll free dual carriageway links St Malo to the N137 and the rest of the French road network To get to the port follow signs at each exit on N137 for St Malo to the Terminal Gare Maritime du Naye By Bus The coach bus terminal is located opposite the tourist information office about a 10 minute walk from the terminal By Train The railway station is about 2 km from the terminal When you arrive When you arrive follow signs to the check in where you can collect your boarding passes St Malo Port Contact Telephone 02 99 40 78 10 or 0 825 135 135 Essential Info Currency The currency in St Malo is Euros Bureau de Change There is no bureau de change available Cashpoint Machine There is no cashpoint in the terminal building Shop There is a shop available selling snacks and magazines Telephones Payphones are available for use Disabled Services Porters are available to assist Lost Property Left Luggage There is no left luggage facility Short Long Stay Car Park Pay and display nearby Baby Changing Facilities Baby changing

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/stmalo-port.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • How Tides in the English Channel affect Timetables
    of feet further from the land than at high tide This characteristic of Jersey Guernsey and the St Malo region is part of their astonishing beauty but it does create some challenges for the mariner It means that the amount of water in the ports of Jersey Guernsey and St Malo under the ships hull can also vary by the same amount and at some times of the month a port like Jersey does not have enough water to allow the ships to berth You may notice that the linkspan which vehicles use to embark will sometimes be level and others slope downwards because of a change in the tide as the pictures above show How often do the tides change It varies again by location However in general in the Channel Islands there are two low and two high tides a day The times of these shift each day and the more the tide has to go out or come in the longer this may take and the faster the tidal stream will flow Tidal stream is a phrase used commonly to describe the current created by the flow of a tide in or out The best known example on our routes is the Race of Alderney What about Spring Tides The first thing you need to know about Spring tides is that they are not confined to the Spring season but happen all year round Each month the amount by which tides rise at high tide and drop at low tide changes with the phases of the moon A spring tide will occur around twice each Lunar month roughly the same length as a conventional calendar month and it causes the biggest difference between high and low tides The opposite kind of tide is known as a Neap tide which also occurs twice a month where the tide goes in and out by the least amount Some people abbreviate these to Springs and Neaps How does the tide affect Condor Ferries Fast Ferry schedules The first and most important of these challenges is that even our fast ferries which have a draught of about 3 5m or abut 13ft cannot always berth in Jersey as the port closes for up to four and a half hours per day during the Spring tides as the commercial port does not have sufficiently deep water to allow the ships to enter the harbour and berth safely St Malo which has the same big tidal ranges can also be affected by the same problem though less often Guernsey which also has the same tidal ranges is fortunate in that St Peter Port has deep water and it is possible for our ships to berth in almost all states of the tide all year round Unfortunately the tidal restrictions in Jersey Harbour mean that during some Spring tides as well as shifting our scheduled sailing times we have no option but to schedule several ferries one after another or at the same time

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/plan-your-trip/tides-and-timetables.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Condor Ferries : News - 2 2016
    tidal conditions when the sailing was originally scheduled said Captain Fran Collins Executive Director Operations at Condor Ferries Our crew is looking after the passengers on board Condor Rapide and providing them with free food and refreshments The return journey to St Malo is still expected to leave on time at 1740hrs Download PDF 10 February 2016 11 00 Press Release Condor Rapide Dry Dock Media Statement 9 February 2016 Condor Rapide s period of certification and maintenance in dry dock will take place later than originally planned however she remains scheduled to return to service before the busy Easter holiday period We have been planning Condor Rapide s period in dry dock for many months but have had to wait for final confirmation of the specific dates that she is able to enter dry dock As a result we have had to alter the schedule between 10 March and 21 March which has meant the re scheduling and cancellation of some sailings We are sorry for the disruption this has caused to people who have been affected by these changes and have contacted all passengers to offer alternative dates for travel or a refund if they choose to cancel their sailings Condor Rapide will be out of service from 02 March until 23 March returning in time for the important Easter holiday season News Archive February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 March 2014 February 2014 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 January 2013 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/news/ (2016-02-15)
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  • limits Wind speed is set to dissipate at approximately 2100 After liaising with the Master we anticipate the following schedule for this evenings rotation Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Service Disruption Monday 11 January 2016 A period of stormy weather is currently forecast to pass through the channel on Monday evening into Tuesday 12th January Weather conditions are out of limits for a cross channel service from Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday After liaising with the Master of Condor Rapide and the local port teams and in order to ensure Condor Rapide makes port calls in the Channel Islands and completes a cross channel service it is necessary to amend Monday s services as follows Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Rescheduled Service Saturday 09 January 2016 The weather is forecast to deteriorate during Saturday after liaising with the Master in order to ensure Condor Rapide can make both her Guernsey and Jersey calls it is necessary to amend Saturday s ST JE GU JE ST service as follows Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Service Cancelled Friday 08 January 2016 During Commodore Clipper s cross channel passage this afternoon a ventilation cowl on the forward deck was damaged in heavy weather and the Master therefore had to alter direction of the ship to enable the crew to safely effect repairs The crew have now completed repairs and made all appropriate safety checks and tests of equipment The Commodore Clipper has resumed passage to the Channel Islands however due to tidal restrictions in Jersey it is now necessary to amend the route to call into Guernsey first and then continue onto Jersey Due to crew hours of rest on arrival in Jersey the vessel will discharge and then resume normal service on Friday 8th January leaving Jersey at 1905 northbound to Guernsey and Portsmouth Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Service Cancelled Friday 08 January 2016 Further stormy weather is forecast for the English Channel on Thursday which means that it will not be possible for Condor Rapide to reposition to provide a service between Poole and St Malo via the Channel Islands on Friday 8th January 2016 This service was originally scheduled to be operated by Condor Liberation but as announced on Monday 4th January Condor Rapide was designated to operate this service in her place Condor Rapide will therefore remain in St Malo to operate the southern route whilst passengers due to travel from the UK to the Channel Islands will be offered alternative travel on Commodore Clipper Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Service Delay Condor Rapide 03rd Jan Sunday 03 January 2016 We regret to inform that Rapide has suffered a failure with the PTO pump on her Port Inner Main Engine PIME We regret to inform that Rapide has suffered a failure with the PTO pump on her Port Inner Main Engine PIME UPDATE Rapide has lost a further 40 mins due to

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/sailing-updates.aspx?m=January&y=2016 (2016-02-15)
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  • 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Revised St Malo Service Wednesday 23 December 2015 Due to current weather conditions Condor Rapide has been retimed as follows Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 CLIPPER SERVICE DISRUPTION Tuesday 22 December 2015 Commodore Clipper is expected to arrive into Portsmouth this morning at 0845 At the current time we estimate a departure of 11 30 The tidal closure in Jersey this evening is 2030 0010 As a result of the above and after liaising with the Master and Freight teams We regret to inform you that it is necessary to re route the Clipper Guernsey first today Tuesday 22nd December Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Service Cancellation 22nd December Tuesday 22 December 2015 After reviewing the latest forecast with the Master we regret to inform you that conditions are outside legal operating limits for High Speed operations on Tuesday 22nd December A prolonged period of stormy weather remains forecast to pass through the channel from Monday 21st December through until Wednesday 23rd December Whilst we will make every effort to operate sailings the predicted conditions cross channel may affect our UK CI UK high speed operations for services on Wednesday 23rd December i e the services may be outside legal operating limits Based on the current forecast for Wednesday 23rd and after liaising with the Master we are currently optimistic the Poole Channel Islands Poole however conditions remain unsettled Next update for Wednesday the 23rd December will now be Tuesday 22nd December at 10 00 As a result we regret to inform you that the following sailing is cancelled Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Amended Service Rapide 21st December Sunday 20 December 2015 To provide a link from Stm to Gsy and Gsy to Stm the Rapide will operate an amended service on Monday 21st December Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Condor Liberation 21st December Sunday 20 December 2015 After reviewing the latest forecast I regret to inform you that conditions are outside legal operating limits for High Speed operations on Monday 21st December A prolonged period of stormy weather remains forecast to pass through the channel from Monday 21st December through until Wednesday 23rd December Whilst we will make every effort to operate sailings the predicted conditions cross channel may affect our UK CI UK high speed operations for services on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd December Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Delayed Service 20th December Sunday 20 December 2015 After reviewing cargo volumes with the freight team the decision has been made to add a Guernsey call to Sunday s Commodore Clipper s Portsmouth Channel Islands As a result of the above Commodore Clipper is running as follows Updated At 01 01 0001 00 00 00 Clipper Service Delay Friday 18 December 2015 Commodore Clipper arrived in Guernsey today Friday 18th December 1 hour behind schedule due to deteriorating weather conditions and strong tides weather conditions tomorrow

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