Brittany Ferries’ services are still suspended

The Brittany Ferry Bretagne at sea in front of St Malo
The Brittany Ferry Bretagne at sea in front of St Malo
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SAILINGS to and from France provided by Brittany Ferries are still suspended due to strike action.

The firm’s management and unions representing French crew have held a series of talks to try and resolve the situation over the weekend.

But whilst the firm says the talks have been ‘constructive’, no agreement has yet been reached.

All Brittany Ferries sailings from Portsmouth have been cancelled indefinitely.

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

A spokesman for the firm said: ‘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 will, of course, be given for the unused Brittany Ferries crossings.

‘Brittany Ferries staff are at Dover and Calais to assist passengers.

‘Brittany Ferries 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.’