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The Roscoff Plymouth line is covered exclusively by Brittany Ferries who carry out 7 trips per week with primarily morning and afternoon boardings and crossing times ranging between 5 hr 15 min and 6 hr 10 min. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. For journeys lasting longer than six hours, vessels will provide various services to satisfy passenger needs and maximize comfort. Once on board, cabin crew will inform you of all the available services.
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Port of ROSCOFF
The port of Roscoff, located on the northwestern coast of Brittany, is commonly known as Bloscon. The port occupies a favourable position, at the end of the English Channel and serves many commercial ferry routes. There are passenger connections with Ireland, England and Spain. The passenger terminal offers various services such as an information centre, bathrooms and toilets, cafeteria and restaurant. How to reach Roscoff port There is a taxi station just outside the terminal, from which it is possible to get to the city centre, the journey costs around € 8.00. No direct buses are operat... [More information]
Address: Gare Maritime Port de Bloscon Roscoff 29680 France
Directions: Google Map @ Roscoff, port
Guide of PLYMOUTH
Plymouth is located on the south west coast of England. Its lies within the country of Devon and acts as a good starting point to explore the rest of this beautiful, western corner of England. A brief history of Plymouth Plymouth's history goes back to the Bronze Age when a settlement emerged at Mount Batten. This settlement became a trading post for the Roman Empire, until it was surpassed in the 9th century by the more prosperous village of Sutton, which became Plymouth, as we know it today. In 1620, English people departed Plymouth to create a settlement in the New World, they e... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 5 hours 15 minutes
Ships: ARMORIQUE , PONT AVEN