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The St Malo Portsmouth ferry line is served by the maritime operator Brittany Ferries who provide availability for 7 sailings per week with primarily morning departures and crossing times shorter than 8 hr 50 min. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. In addition to deck space, all ferries offer more comfortable solutions ranging from reserved seating to various cabins, suitable for singles, couples and families. There are toilets, bars, shops and self service restaurants on board.
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Port of ST MALO
The walled city of Saint-Malo had a long history of piracy; the city earnt a lot of its wealth from local extortion and overseas adventures. In 1944 during the Second World War, the Allies heavily bombed Saint-Malo, which was garrisoned by German troops. Since then, the city has become a popular tourist centre, with a ferry terminal serving Portsmouth, Jersey, Guernsey and Poole. Getting to and from Saint-Malo Travelling by car the N137 is a dual carriageway without tolls, that connects St Malo with the rest of France when you are nearby just following signs for the Terminal Ferry ... [More information]
Address: Gare Maritime du Naye, St Malo, 35400
Directions: Google Map @ St Malo, port
Guide of PORTSMOUTH
Portsmouth, situated very close to the south coast of England, is separated by the narrow Portsea Creek – making it the UK’s only island city! Considered the home of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth houses two-thirds of its fleet. A brief history of Portsmouth In the thirst century, the Romans built a port nearby at Portchester. In 1180 a merchant called Jean De Gisors founded a little town in South-West corner of Portsea Island, and the city was born. In 1188 a Parish church was built along with houses, buildings and a market. However, by the 14th century, England was in a period of alm... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 8 hours 50 minutes