Specifically designed and built for Brittany Ferries, the Armorique was introduced to their fleet in 2009. Carrying up to 1,500 passengers and 470 cars, the ship follows a modern design with décor that beautifully captures the lights, colours and space of the Brittany region and its maritime heritage. There's plenty of space to move around on board (both inside and on deck) with an open plan feel, and lots of areas to relax, including a quiet zone.
Armorique offers passengers a choice of 248 cabins - all of which are en-suite and air conditioned as well over 300 reclining seats spread throughout the ship. There are also a number of cabins adapted for disabled passengers.
Armorique features a self-service restaurant offering a fantastic choice of foods from around the world, as well as French favourites such as mouth-watering minute steaks, cooked to your liking on the spot! There's also a salad buffet, great choice of desserts, and drinks, including wines and beers to accompany your meal. This all takes place in a very light and spacious dining area with a choice of tables to suit your group size as well as panoramic views. The children's soft play area is also situated within this area, so is a great place for families.
Serving sandwiches, cakes, pastries and hot and cold drinks, Le Café, not only offers a delicious choice of snacks, it's also a great place to relax and enjoy time with your fellow passengers in a relaxed atmosphere with a number of flat screen televisions and plenty of space and seating.
Just a long from the restaurant area, the main lounge bar continues Armorique's open plan feel offering further seating as well as a quiet zone. Serving everything from the finest French wines to cocktails as well as a choice of cold and hot drinks, this light and airy area is ideal for relaxing over a drink and enjoying the terrific views. There are also a number of flat screen televisions showing big sports matches and news updates.
Perfect for gifts, souvenirs, or just a treat for yourself, Armorique boutiques offer a fine range of spirits, wine, tobacco, perfumes and cosmetics, leather goods, confectionery, toys, fashion, decoration, souvenirs, newspapers, games, cameras, sunglasses, jewellery and much more! All are at great prices, and certainly worth a browse.
Purchases made on board may be paid for in Euros or Sterling. Payment can be made in cash, by credit or debit card. Prices are shown in both currencies and you can combine different payment methods.
There are 2 cinemas onboard where you can catch some of the latest films. 'Wi-Fi time' can be purchased from the information desk. Armorique features plenty of deck space so you can stretch your legs and and enjoy a calm spot to relax, while enjoying the sea air and incredible views, particularly when entering or leaving the port. There is also a cash machine dispensing euros, a baggage room and baby changing rooms.
Armorique is a very child friendly ship. Young children can enjoy fun and games in the playroom and during peak season the ship features a special entertainment programme and children can enjoy everything from games to treasure hunts. There is also a games room which features the latest video games and air hockey table which will keep teenagers entertained throughout the trip.
The ship is wheelchair friendly with wheelchair accessible cabins and lifts that access all decks.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Armorique guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
100% of our customers recommended this ship
An excellent service; easy to book and very punctual. staff very helpful.
Reviewed 09 September 2015 by Cedric who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
great views from the deck all around the ship. the on board magician came around to the tables and entertained people in family groups, he was brilliant, doing card tricks and slight of hand, amazing!
Reviewed 06 September 2015 by Paul who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
this was our first time using the ferrie and it was just so easy. The boarding staff were helpful and friendly and the ships facilities were more than eceptible. It was a good experience and we will be doing a lot more trips via the ferrie. I would recommend getting a cabin for the night crossing..
Reviewed 03 September 2015 by Giles who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"I'll do it again"
Excellent service on ferry crossing
Reviewed 29 August 2015 by Nikola who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Having not travelled abroad for 30years;the crossing was exceptional, the facilities were clean, comfortable and the staff very professional. We would definitely travel by boat again in the future.
Reviewed 22 August 2015 by Lyn Hilton who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Recently took the ferry for our holiday to France. Excellent service, plenty to keep the children entertained and the food was good.
Reviewed 04 August 2015 by Steve who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Having travelled with P & O to Calais earlier in the week to get to France as we were driving to Brittany via Disneland we were very pleasantly suprised by Brittany Ferries in lots of ways, the experience couldnt have been more different or any better. The cabins were very comfortable and functional and all the communal areas eg bars, restaurants shops were all spotlessly clean and uncrowded. No problem finding somewhere to sit wherever we were on the ship. Staff incredibly pleasant and everything was so relaxed. Food and drink was not overpriced either and considering we were on there for 6 hours the time passed very quickly. My husband had a pint of stella for just £3.40 and you could get a proper meal for as little as £8. It felt like we were not being taken advantage of because they had a captive audience. There was even a magician who did a short act and then balloon models for the kids. I cannot praise Brittany Ferries enough and they will definitely be my absolute only choice from now on. I would definitely also recommend booking through Direct Ferries, I saved a lot of money on what is an expensive route between Brittany and England.
Reviewed 28 July 2015 by Mandy who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"A good experience"
We had a cabin for the outward journey and a seat for the return journey. The cabin was clean and well presented and the morning call timely. The breakfast was fast and efficient, The seat on the return was good and the food excellent if not a little pricey. All the crew where very pleasant polite and efficient.
Reviewed 18 July 2015 by Roger who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Couldn't be happier with our crossings. The cabin was spotlessly clean. No problem ebarking or disembarking. Very well organised, though breakfast was a bit hectic which is understandable. Will def. use again.
Reviewed 15 July 2015 by julie morris who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
In spite of a very slow disembarkation at Plymouth,my wife and I found this an excellent voyage
Reviewed 10 July 2015 by Brian who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"Plymouth to Roscoff"
A very convenient sailing for us, who live in Somerset. Staff all professional and helpful, smooth crossing, good choice of food including vegetarian options - which is good for a French concern!!
Reviewed 07 July 2015 by Alex Brian who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"Brittany ferry crossing roscoff to plymouth"
Very impressed with this ship its cleanliness and all the facilities offered
Reviewed 05 July 2015 by Serge who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"Pleasant, punctual and quiet. Thank you"
A relaxing ,well organised trip.
Reviewed 16 June 2015 by Dorothy who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Very pleasant journey. Well appointed ship and we were pleased to see some delicious healthy food choices.
Reviewed 15 June 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"Roscoff to Plymouth"
The ferry sailed on time and arrived on time. Pleasant crossing. Staff friendly and helpful. Disappointed with the meal menu - vegetarian option had been substituted for something different which meant my wife did not get an evening meal: just a snack. Plenty of room for the number of passengers. Very pleased to get a sailing to Plymouth - these are like gold dust!
Reviewed 02 April 2015 by Alec who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Despite not being able to travel to the uk for over a year, my wife and I were really looking forward to this trip. We were not disappointed. Despite the rough seas the AMORIQUE was a steady boat and a pleasure to be on board. We had travelled on the NORMANDIE previously and felt very much at home. The start and end of our holiday was as good as the family holiday we had in between. A pleasure to travel on Brittany Ferries again. Thank you
Reviewed 14 January 2015 by Ann and Geoffrey MEARS who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
This was the first time I've ventured across the Channel by sea ( Always preferring the Tunnel) and I was very very impressed with the quality of the 'Armorique'Ferry travelling over to Caen. I had a beautifully designed, clean and contemporary cabin and the rest of the ship was equally beautifully presented, comfortable and warm. The food is outstanding and next time I travel over I shall eat a full meal on both crossings - French chefs know how to treat their customers as well as keep the food fresh and everything was spotless. The French/English staff were cheerful, professional and chatty. Most importantly the voyage for my husband and I was a real success and we'd definitely travel with Brittany Ferries every time.
Reviewed 07 December 2014 by Sara who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
"A Pleasant Experience"
My wife and I recently took at trip from Portsmouth to Normandy and return. Both crossings were very pleasant. Luckily the weather was mild and the sea was calm. We were both impressed with the overall level of cleanliness on both vessels. Armorique and Mont San Michel. Crews were pleasant and accommodating. I thought cost wise that the service was reasonable value for money.
Reviewed 26 November 2014 by Michael who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Portsmouth to Caen: beautiful ferry and very good crossing. helpful staff . Will use this ferry again
Reviewed 03 November 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique
Having left Caen at 16.30 pm our group went to book the main restaurant for a meal only to be told that the restaurant open at 18.15 pm on returning at 18.15 pm it still was not opening to 19.15pm .We dined in the self service restaurant which was fine ,but notice the main restaurant was more or less empty. Lost trade for your company.
Reviewed 01 November 2014 by chris burton who travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique