Ship information and on board services
Operating on our Portsmouth to St Malo route, Bretagne has first-rate onboard facilities, including excellent dining, shopping and live entertainment, and can accommodate over 2000 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.
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 the accommodation on board Bretagne
The food outlets & bars on Bretagne 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 Bretagne
The facilities on mv Bretagne include Cabaret (DJ, Magician, Live Band), Children's Entertainment Programme, Games Room & Slot machines, 2 Cinemas, Sundeck, Wi-Fi Internet Access, Baby Changing Room, Disabled Toilets, Tourist Information & Bureau de Change View facilities & entertainment on board Bretagne
Bretagne was built at the Chantiers d'Atlantique Shipyard in St Nazaire, Western Loire. She was launched on 4 February 1989 and entered service on 16 July. View the history & specification of Bretagne
Brittany Ferries cruise ship Bretagne holds a special place in the fleet, being the namesake of the company's heritage Watch the video
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Download our guide to Bretagne's on board services including deck plans.
Give in to temptation with a superb choice of dining options. View our sample menus on board Bretagne.
- Self-service Menu Day by Day (3.3 Mb)
- Self-service Restaurant (3.3 Mb)
- Le Café Menu (933 Kb)
- À la carte menu (264 Kb)
- Buffet Menu 1 (370 Kb)
- Buffet Menu 2 (370 Kb)
- Les 4 saisons Entre Terre et Mer sample menu 1 (364 Kb)
- Les 4 saisons Entre Terre et Mer sample menu 2 (364 Kb)