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Brittany Ferries fleet movements

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ccs

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Few pics of Connemara at Roscoff on Tuesday last 16th April











giftgrub

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Nice pictures, someone in BF needs to get a few cans of white paint !

ccs

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Nice pictures, someone in BF needs to get a few cans of white paint !

My beffer half would be of the same opinion as the Connemara came into view she said  "That ships looks a bit scruffy"  ;D   

Chef

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Nice pictures, someone in BF needs to get a few cans of white paint !
The thing is,she is not owned by Brittany Ferries .

IFPete

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The Brand is important, even epsilon looks well on the outside

giftgrub

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Nice pictures, someone in BF needs to get a few cans of white paint !
The thing is,she is not owned by Brittany Ferries .

Donít think Stena RoRo would object to someone painting and maintaining their vessel,
Last Edit: April 22, 2019, 03:03:33 PM by giftgrub

Chef

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The crew are  not Brittany  Ferries employees either ,  so probably the reason for the not so Brittany Ferries standard of hull maintenance .

giftgrub

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True, crew provided by Northern Marine as far as I know. Pity they donít have time to care for the ships appearance.

Chef

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I am sure it has not escaped someone's eye considering that Brittany Ferries HQ is in Roscoff . The Connemara represents their brand weather or not they own it .