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Frequently Asked Questions
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provide brief answers to many common questions about booking and travelling with Brittany Ferries.
Founded in 1972, Brittany Ferries is now the leading maritime carrier on the western and central Channel.
Terms and conditions
Advice on taking your pet abroad
From what to bring to what you need to do before returning to the UK, this guide will help you with what need to know to make taking your pet abroad a walk in the park.
Holiday planning can be exciting but once you've picked your fabulous destination and are all set for an adventure, don't forget the little things too!
Whether you're just looking for a few tips or are completely new to ferry travel and driving abroad - we've got lots of useful travel information for you.
Travelling to the EU after Brexit
As the UK’s relationship with the EU changes, there will be revisions to the reciprocal travel arrangements between both parties.
Travel advice for disabled passengers
Brittany Ferries very much hopes that all passengers enjoy a totally relaxing journey on board our ships and this is particularly so for a passenger with a disability or reduced mobility.
Regular travellers can enjoy substantial savings on all our routes and services between the UK, France and Spain by joining Club Voyage
Brittany Ferries & the environment
As a company founded and still largely owned by French farmers, we are committed to preserving the environment in which we operate, by including our customers in our approach.
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