Ship information and on board services
Launched in 1992, the Barfleur is named after a picturesque, small fishing village in Normandy, only 25 kilometres from Cherbourg. Smaller than the rest of the fleet, she offers en suite cabin accommodation with or without porthole, self service restaurant, bar and reserved seats lounge.
There's nothing better than arriving at your destination fully refreshed for the journey ahead. Whether you choose to sleep away the miles overnight, or enjoy comfort and privacy during a day crossing (when cabins are at a reduced rate) our range of on board accommodation offers the perfect haven. View accommodation on board Barfleur
The food outlets & bars on Barfleur offer a fantastic range of delicious food and drink that helps turn your journey into part of your holiday. View the dining options on board Barfleur
Brittany Ferries’ Barfleur has great facilities including boutique shopping, play areas and games rooms for the kids. View the facilities & entertainment on board Barfleur
In 1990 Brittany Ferries decided to increase capacity on the hugely popular Poole-Cherbourg route, by ordering the construction of Barfleur. Following sea trials she entered service between Cherbourg and Poole in April 1992. View the history & specification of Barfleur
|Reserved Lounge Seats||295|
Download our guide to Barfleur's on board services including deck plans.
Give in to temptation with a superb choice of dining options. View our sample menus on board Barfleur.
- Self-service Restaurant (562 Kb)
- Self-service Drinks Menu (502 Kb)
- Self-service Breakfast Menu (390 Kb)