Brittany Ferries Re-Commences Sailings from Cork to Roscoff

Brittany Ferries Re-Commences Sailings from Cork to Roscoff

Friday 22 March 2013

Brittany Ferries Re-Commences Sailings from Cork to Roscoff

The Port of Cork is pleased to announce that Brittany Ferries will re-commence their summer sailings from Cork to Roscoff starting this weekend, 23rd March 2013. The flagship MV Pont-Aven will operate every Saturday from the passenger terminal in Ringaskiddy until November 2013.

Speaking about the upcoming 2013 season, General Manager of Brittany Ferries, Mr Hugh Bruton said: “This is always a busy time for us as we re-commence our service from Cork to Roscoff. We are delighted to report that the route is currently ahead by 12% on last year which is a great sign for The Gathering! It’s also an exciting time for the business as we are celebrating our 40th anniversary globally and 35 years of sailing from Cork to Roscoff. Our continued service offers affordable, convenient holidays to France which is perfect for families of all ages.”

Brittany Ferries offers the fastest direct ferry crossing from Ireland to France, taking just 14 hours and operating on a convenient weekend schedule.  With state-of-the-art facilities, the Pont-Aven is the newest and most modern ship to be found on any direct crossing between Ireland and France. Travellers on-board can enjoy unmatched cruise style standards and award-winning service.  On-board facilities include pool and bar areas with panoramic sea views, complimentary Wi-Fi, two cinemas, shopping malls, luxurious spa and a wide choice of restaurants.

For more information on Brittany Ferries 2013 schedule, please visit


For more information please contact:

Sara Mackeown
Commercial Marketing Executive
Port of Cork Company
Custom House Street
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4625 375
Mobile: +353 (0) 86 1044011
Fax: +353 (0) 21 4276 484

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