INFORMATION

BREXIT

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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. We’ve already experienced considerable disruption to schedules as a result and we can anticipate further changes as the transition period draws to a close.  

Although many of the proposed changes being discussed in the media have not yet been agreed, we do anticipate changes to pet travel arrangements, the personal goods you can bring into or out of a country, freight traffic and the travel documentation you may need.  

For our part, we’re as committed to sailing between the UK, France, Spain and Ireland as we have ever been. Our route network has expanded, our fleet investment is undimmed and our confidence in the future continues to grow.  

Undoubtedly in the coming weeks and months the impact of Brexit on travel between the UK and EU will become clearer and we’ll do what we reasonably can to keep you up to date.

There has been and will continue to be plenty of speculation and rumour-mongering among media outlets as agreements and conclusions are reached (we’ve already seen some pretty alarming stories making their way into daily conversation). Our advice in this respect is to avoid the speculation and await clear updates on governmental websites. 

Official guidance

We always recommend checking each country’s specific requirements on the UK government’s website before travel. Visit gov.uk for the latest information.

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