Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany
184.6M x 30.9M x 9.7M
Berths: 2, 011
|Route||Roscoff-Cork (and UK-France/Spain)|
On April 3rd the eagerly awaited new flag ship made her maiden Roscoff-Cork-Roscoff voyage, greated in Cork by a civic reception along with Breton and Irish pipers. She is a ferry first offering her more than 2, 000 passengers’ facilities that are usually found on cruse ships, including cabins with balconies and a swimming pool with a retractable roof. With the service speed of 27 knots, provided by her four MARK engines she cross between Cork and Brittany in just eleven hours. The ship is named after the picturesque fishing village near Lorient famed as a haunt of artists including Paul Gaugin.