Articles tagged with: ferry-travel
Dom Joly has been recruited as the face of the Car-cation campaign on TV and press across the UK and Ireland – as Stena Line announce that they believe 2012 is going to be the year of the car-cation.
A 24-hour national public sector strike across Belgium is planned for this weekend, causing disruption to the entire Belgium rail network.
In a statement released today, SeaFrance thanks customers for their loyalty and addresses the issue of refunds.
SeaFrance has been ordered to cease its ferry services by a French court, leading to up to 1,000 job losses, including 127 in the UK.
Stena Line has announced measures to deal with a potential increase in ferry passenger numbers if the ash cloud resulting from a volcanic eruption in Iceland leads to further air travel disruption.
To mark National Ferry Fortnight this month, Irish Ferries has announced an extension to its 'lowest fare' deal.
Condor Ferries is this week launching a competition to find a travel writer to help the company promote its services and destinations.
I decide upon visiting the old markets of Calais because I hear the produce in this port town is to die for.
Just when we thought it was safe to travel a UK bookie has today cut the odds on Iceland's Katla volcano being the next one to erupt.
The first of the world's two largest Superferries, the Stena Hollandica, made its maiden voyage across the North Sea between Harwich and the Hook of Holland on May 16th 2010.
To celebrate National Ferry Fortnight, all customers that book a return crossing with SeaFrance between May 8th and 22nd 2010 will receive a voucher for a half price day trip.
It was history's greatest amphibious assault and replete with heroism and tragic loss. <i>Travelbite.co.uk's Natasha von Geldern</i> discovers a receptacle of the world's memory on Normandy's D-Day Landing beaches but also an appropriate destination for a family holiday in France.
Once a year a flurry of activity descends on this pretty town on the Isle of Wight and this summer Cowes Week looks set to be especially popular as Brits take 'staycations' in their droves.
Irish Ferries' has confirmed its service will return to full strength from February 27th, with its Dublin Swift morning sailings reinstated following fuel cost reductions.
Cross Channel ferry operator SpeedFerry has gone out of business, with the loss of 100 jobs.
Brittany Ferries launched its new luxury cruise ferry in Helsinki yesterday. Due for delivery in December, the Armorique will enter service in March 2009.
It would seem that the dream of going abroad for this year's summer holiday is still afloat.
A new luxury ferry service from Portsmouth in the UK to Santander in northern Spain will cut the journey to only 24 hours, Brittany Ferries has announced.
The chances of finding a cheap ferry crossing to France have increased this summer as Brittany Ferries has announced it is cutting its summer fares .
Pets are joining their owners on their holidays in record numbers, new figures from Brittany Ferries show.
A new brochure focused on small family-run hotels in France has been launched for 2007 by Brittany Ferries.
A special autumn package has been announced today for travellers interested in learning more about D-Day.
Holiday-makers and thrill-seekers alike are being advised to avoid the usual tourist hotspots when they go travelling, and to seek out delights that are more off the beaten-track.
Brittany Ferries is offering holidaymakers a ten per cent saving on holiday bookings made before December 31st 2005.