Following the end of the state of alarm, Brittany Ferries is resuming passenger embarkation and disembarkation between the Port of Bilbao and the United Kingdom and Ireland, with all the security measures required to carry out this service.
The first ferry, Cap Finisterre, will depart with passengers for the English port of Portsmouth on Tuesday 30 June at 10.30h, whilst the passenger ferry Kerry will resume service to the Irish port of Rosslare on 2 July at 18.45h.
Throughout the state of alarm, Brittany Ferries has maintained its services with the United Kingdom and Ireland, though since the end of March it has only been transporting freight. To publicise the new security measures in place, now that it will be re-embarking passengers, the company has drawn up a 12-point guide. For its part, the Port Authority of Bilbao, in coordination with all parties handling passenger entry and exit operations, guarantees that all required security measures will be implemented at the ferry passenger terminal.
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