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P to withdraw Portsmouth to Bilbao route From Daily Echo Note that Brittany Ferries recently moved their Poole N Spain service to Portsmouth and LD Ferries also operate a louis vuitton purses vintage similar service out of Portsmouth so competition is fierce.

Also the charter cost for the Pride of Bilbao has always been high and the company owner Dubai Ports World has some financial issues so not unexpected news. Note that Brittany Ferries recently moved their Poole N Spain service to Portsmouth and LD Ferries also operate a similar service out of Portsmouth so competition is fierce. Also the charter cost for the Pride of Bilbao has always been high and the company owner Dubai Ports World has some financial issues so not unexpected news. Condor Man wrote: long distance ferry crossings are not attractive, there was one in the 90's from Southampton to Beyonne which failed. People want a quick/cheap crossing, hence why Dover to Calais is the most popular routeyou could not be more wrong. Brittany ferries have just purchased a Ferry to increase sailings to Santander. They are becoming MORE popular and are forecast to become increasingly popular. The P story is not to do with popularity, its to do with many other factors. One that springs to mind is on the Pont Aven you can get a fantastic french meal that would exclipse most meals you can get from UK restaurants at 18 per head. on the pride of bilbao the food is nowhere near the same standard. People want a quick/cheap crossing, hence why Dover to Calais is the most popular route[/p][/quote]you could not be more wrong. Brittany ferries have just purchased a Ferry to increase sailings to Santander. They are becoming MORE popular and are forecast to become increasingly popular. The P story is not to do with popularity, its to do with louis vuitton at neiman marcus atlanta many other factors. One that springs to mind is on the Pont Aven you can get a fantastic french meal that would exclipse most meals you can get from UK restaurants at 18 per head. on the pride of bilbao the food is nowhere near the same standard. People want a quick/cheap crossing, hence why Dover to Calais is the most popular routeyou could not be more wrong. Brittany ferries have just purchased louis vuitton neverfull ebene a Ferry to increase sailings to Santander. They are becoming MORE popular and are forecast to become increasingly popular. The P story is not to do with popularity, its to do with many other factors. One that springs to mind is on the Pont Aven you can get a fantastic french meal that would exclipse most meals you can get from UK restaurants at 18 per head. on the pride of bilbao the food is nowhere near the same standard. just one example. wrote: Condor Man wrote: long distance ferry crossings are not attractive, there was one in the 90's from Southampton to Beyonne which failed. People want a quick/cheap crossing, hence why Dover to Calais is the most popular routeyou could not be more wrong. Brittany ferries have just purchased a Ferry to increase sailings to Santander. They are becoming MORE popular and are forecast to become increasingly popular. The P story is not to do with popularity, its to do with many other factors. One that springs to mind is on the Pont Aven you can get a fantastic french meal that would exclipse most meals you can get from UK restaurants at 18 per head. on the pride of bilbao the food is nowhere near the same standard. Very popular service but again the cost of vessel charter (the ship was one of the original Olau Line vessels which traded between Sheerness and Vlissingen)was too high to make the service viable liong term [quote][p][bold][/bold] wrote: long distance ferry crossings are not attractive, there was one in the 90's from Southampton to Beyonne which failed. People want a quick/cheap crossing, hence why Dover to Calais is the most popular route[/p][/quote]you could not be more wrong. Brittany ferries have just purchased a Ferry to increase sailings to Santander. They are becoming MORE popular and are forecast to become increasingly popular. The P story is not to do with popularity, its to do with many other factors. One that springs to mind is on the Pont Aven you can get a fantastic french meal that would exclipse louis vuitton bags eshop most meals you can get from UK restaurants at 18 per head. on the pride of bilbao the food is nowhere near the same standard. just one example.[/p][/quote]Also, as I recollect, the Soton to Bayonne service was freight only (perhaps 12 drivers carried) It was the Stena Sealink service which operated out of Soton to Cherbourg with freight and passengers in the 1990's. Very popular service but again the cost of vessel charter (the ship was one of the original Olau Line vessels which traded between Sheerness and Vlissingen)was too high to make the service viable liong term wrote: Condor Man wrote: long distance ferry crossings are not attractive, there was one in the 90's from Southampton to Beyonne which failed. People want a quick/cheap crossing, hence why Dover to Calais is the most popular routeyou could not be more wrong. Brittany ferries have just purchased a Ferry to increase sailings to Santander. They are becoming MORE popular and are forecast to become increasingly popular. The P story is not to do with popularity, its to do with many other factors. One that springs to mind is on the Pont Aven you can get a fantastic french meal that would exclipse most meals you can get from UK restaurants at 18 per head. on the pride of bilbao the food is nowhere near the same standard.

Very popular service but again the cost of vessel charter (the ship was one of the original Olau Line vessels which traded between Sheerness and Vlissingen)was too high to make the service viable liong termGod Brigade tells us the Jesus walked on water; now without the ferry will they be able to drive over it?[/p][/quote]American tourist visiting the Sea of Galilee and asks a local boatman how much he charged for being rowed across. "$100.00 my dear friend" quotes the ferryman.


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