Stormy weather causes Condor cancellations

12th October 2018

Condor has cancelled its high speed sailings today and tomorrow [12th and 13th].

The ferry service says it has been forced to cancel, as Storm Callum brings predicted wind speeds of 50 miles per hour and wave heights of 4.5 metres in the English Channel.

The Commodore Clipper will be re-accommodating disrupted passengers, by travelling from St Malo to Jersey and Guernsey today and north to Poole overnight.

She will them operate the reverse pattern on Saturday, south to the islands and then on to St Malo.

Due to these changes, Friday evening and Saturday morning’s round trips from St Malo to Jersey have also been cancelled.

All affected passengers should be notified by Condor’s customer contact centre and port teams, and offered alternative sailings where space is available.

All passengers will be offered free transfers or a full refund.

Meanwhile, the Commodore Goodwill is being re-routed today due to the storm, and will operate Portsmouth to Jersey first and then on to Guernsey.

You can find updates on sailings here.

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