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Next departures to Cherbourg - Portsmouth

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Fri, 08/12/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA
Thu, 08/18/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA
Fri, 08/19/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA
Thu, 08/25/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA
Fri, 08/26/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA
Thu, 09/01/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA
Fri, 09/02/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA
Thu, 09/08/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA
Fri, 09/09/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA
Thu, 09/15/2022
12:00
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA

Next departures to Portsmouth - Cherbourg

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Fri, 08/12/2022
07:01
Brittany Ferries
CONDOR LIBERATION
Sat, 08/13/2022
07:01
Brittany Ferries
CONDOR LIBERATION
Sun, 08/14/2022
07:01
Brittany Ferries
CONDOR LIBERATION
Wed, 08/17/2022
23:15
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA
Thu, 08/18/2022
23:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA
Fri, 08/19/2022
07:01
Brittany Ferries
CONDOR LIBERATION
Sat, 08/20/2022
07:01
Brittany Ferries
CONDOR LIBERATION
Sun, 08/21/2022
07:01
Brittany Ferries
CONDOR LIBERATION
Wed, 08/24/2022
23:15
Brittany Ferries
SALAMANCA
Thu, 08/25/2022
23:00
Brittany Ferries
GALICIA

Cherbourg

Cherbourg
Address of the port of Cherbourg
Cherbourg (in Norman Tchidbouo) is a locality and a French municipality deleted of 27.121 inhabitants located in the department of the Manche in the Normandy region.
From February 28th 2000 it merged with the town of Octeville creating the municipality of Cherbourg-Octeville.

Portsmouth

Portsmouth
Information about Portsmouth
Portsmouth is a port city and naval base on the south coast of England, which mainly occupies Portsea Island and is known for its maritime heritage and the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The shipyard houses the interactive museum National Museum of the Royal Navy, the HMS Victory wooden warship, in which Nelson died during the Battle of Trafalgar, and the HMS Warrior of 1860. Even the Tudor Mary Rose era ship is preserved in a shipyard museum.