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bobsnicholson

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Just booked my ferry Portsmouth-Santander, car & trailer with bike, 2 passengers ONE WAY £628 what the flip.

Anyone know of another ferry company that does UK-Spain???????????? Brittany Ferries are taking the piss cause i think they have a monopoly.:mad:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Oh yes Bob

cheap they are not ! which boat are you on ? we've sailed on the Pont Aven and that other converted train ferry they call their 'new ship' the Cap Finnestere, it's not new as in new it's new to them though :wacko: it rolls around like a rolling thing in heavy weather, the Pont Aven is by far the best, more cabin choices and restaurants.

 

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bobsnicholson

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Vulc

We have done them all several times each way over the years. Really bugs me that B.F have the monopoly.


The P&O ferry's doing the same routes a few years ago were far better, IMO, more entertainment, cheaper. Why they gave it up is beyond me.
Looks like i am going to have to continue selling my body to pay for it:biggrin::lol:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Bob

I have a spare plastic chair, see you on the N332 :laugh: 

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smidget

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smidget says:

Bob at

that sort of money which bit of the ferry do you get to keep?

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

Portsmouth - Santander

£530 return for Kate and I on the bike in July.  Having said that, because she has kids we have to go during the school holiday period when prices are at their peak.  I first did that crossing in 2000 when the route was still operated by P&O and the cost was £250 sharing a cabin with my mate.     

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bobsnicholson

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Marcus, don't know how they work the prices out.

We are going 30th July, Range Rover & trailer with my wing on it, plus inside cabin. ONE WAY £628.
I think B.Fs moto is "Stand and Deliver":ph43r:
I remember the P&O day's.

Smidget, all of it at those prices i should think.

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

Range Rover / Wing

Wouldn't you be better off with the Wing towing the Range Rover?  :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

bob

wish i knew another ferry company as well, cheeky bastards want more as less the same for a bike and passenger, believe or not its actually cheaper for me to book a hotel for two weeks full board and hire a bike for the week, did it last year and the cost was virtually the same, so f@ck um im  doing it agatn this year.

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