New all-electric craft concept foils like a hydrofoil and flies like a plane – all with the comfort and convenience of a ferry
The next ship to join Brittany Ferries’ fleet will be called Salamanca, she will be powered by cleaner LNG and she took to the water for the first time last week.
A unique profit-sharing contract between the technology group Wärtsilä and French operator Brittany Ferries, signed in 2018, is resulting in significant benefits for both companies
Brittany Ferries has confirmed names for its next ships. Kerry will be the name for the one-year charter vessel arriving in November 2019.
Portsmouth International Port’s relationship with major European ferry operator, Brittany Ferries, has been strengthened following the announcement of an additional five years to a joint long-term agreement.
The Compagnie bretonne has just confirmed the chartering of a third ferry type E- Flexer. This new vessel will be the second E-Flexer powered by LNG (Natural Gas Gas).