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Tomorrow's ferries between Jersey and St Malo have been cancelled due to poor weather.
Condor say the latest forecast indicates that the gales are outside the safe operating limit for their high speed craft.
- St Malo to Jersey at 1pm
- Jersey to St Malo at 2:45pm
The ferry company are also warning of disruption to all services on Friday, again due to the weather.
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Condor Rapide sailings from St Malo to Jersey and Guernsey have been cancelled today due to weather conditions.
It comes after sailings from the French port have been cancelled for three days in a row due to industrial action.
Thousands of islanders are stranded in St Malo and Condor say there is a continuing risk of industrial action.
- St Malo to Jersey at 8am
- Jersey to St Malo at 9:05am
- St Malo to Jersey at 1pm
- Jersey to Guernsey at 2:10pm
- Guernsey to Poole at 3:50pm
Condor had rescheduled the sailings for 4pm this afternoon but have since delayed these by another hour:
- St Malo to Jersey at 5pm
- Jersey to St Malo at 6:15pm
Condor Rapide sailings from St Malo to Jersey have been cancelled for the third day this weekend.Read the full story ›
Condor say they are disappointed at the short notice of today's industrial action, and are warning passengers of further disruption later in the week.
We are dismayed that the action taken by the stevedores at short notice is, once again, affecting the travel of our passengers and we share their abject disappointment.
Our customer facing teams are contacting just under 1,000 people to offer them a full refund or reschedule their sailing. Those who opt to travel south to St Malo are being advised that there is a risk that their return travel may be affected by further disruption later in the week.
Condor are urging passengers who plan to travel this weekend to check their website for updates on any further changes.
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