The Bretagne was Brittany Ferries’ first in a new generation of purpose-built ‘super-ferries’. She operates a daily service on the Portsmouth-St.Malo route.

imageIt has first-rate onboard facilities, including excellent dining, shopping and live entertainment, and can carry more than 2,000 passengers, almost half of them in cabin accommodation.

It is named after the French region Brittany, and is decorated in traditional Breton style and colours.

Vital Statistics

Launched: 1989
Builders: St Nazaire, France
Gross tonnage: 24,534
Passengers: 2,056
Crew: 130
Cars: 580
Trucks: 39
Berths: 1,146 in 376 cabins including

  • Commodore Class (sleeps 3 adults)
  • Outside Four Berth Club cabins
  • Four Berth cabins (with or without porthole)
  • Two Berth cabins (with or without porthole)
  • Disabled cabins
  • Cots
  • All cabins are en suite with air-conditioning
  • Club Class reclining seats: 454
    Length: 496ft
    Width: 85ft
    Service Speed: 21 knots


    Main restaurant (Les Abers), Self Service (La Baule), Coffee shop (La Gerbe de Locronan), Main Bar (Gwenn Ha Du), Piano Bar (The Yacht Club), live entertainment, dancing, Children’s Entertainment Programme, games room and slot machines, two cinemasi, Sundeck, Wi-Fi Internet Access, baby changing room, disabled toilets, Tourist Information and Bureau de Change

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