Cabins on the Roscoff Ferry

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  1. OddSocks

    OddSocks Read Only Funster

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    Do you have to get a cabin? I will be travelling with my motorhome..... :BigGrin:
    Can't I just sleep in that?
     
  2. simply

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    Ferry sleeping

    Passengers are not allowed on ferry car decks whilst at sea.
     
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    you can have a recliner then kip in the bar.
    i do it on the santander ferry. used to do it on the roscoff one .
     
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    Treat the ferry like a mini cruise and enjoy yourselves. The 4 berth cabins are only about £20 more and much more comfortable for two.
     
  5. landscaper

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    Used ferries from Roscoff to Plymouth many times. Always book a cabin now - have used the reclining seats but, even in the summer, the boats can be freezing at night. Cabins are comfortable and fine - we usually go overnight - get on board with MH, have something to eat and go to bed - wake up in the morning have breakfast and you are there! brilliant!
     
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