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Armorique

The state-of-the-art €120 million cruise ferry Armorique joined the fleet in February 2009, designed specifically for use between Plymouth and the Breton port of Roscoff, replacing Pont l'Abbé.

imageThe modern design and décor captures the lights, colours and space of the Brittany region and its maritime heritage, as well as celebrating the Breton culture, its traditions, spirit and innovation.

Says managing director David Longden: “Unlike aircraft, each ship has its own character and Armorique is no exception. We take great care with the design and décor to provide our passengers with an environment which is both comfortable and stylish, and our designers have followed a theme that reflects the ‘colours and space of Brittany’ to give this ship a very modern feel.

“One of the great luxuries when travelling nowadays is space and, while this commands a huge premium when travelling by air, it is something that all passengers on Armorique benefit from. We are confident that passengers will enjoy travelling on her.”

Vital Stastics

Launched: 2009
Builders: Aker shipyard, Helsinki
Gross tonnage: 29,500
Passengers: 1,500
Crew: 106
Cars: 470
Trucks: 55
Berths: 788 in 248 cabins including

  • 4 berth Club “Plus”
  • 4 berth Club
  • 4 berth inside
  • 2 berth outside (Disabled Accessible)
  • 2 berth inside
  • Cots
  • Reclining Seats: 336
    Length: 552ft
    Width: 88ft
    Service Speed: 25 knots

    Facilities

    Self Service Restaurant, Cafe, Main Lounge Bar, 2 Cinemas, Childrens Playroom, Video Games Area, Slot Machines, Sundeck, Wi-Fi Internet Access, Baggage Room, Cash Machine (dispensing Euros), Disabled Toilets, Baby Changing Room

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