The strike by Brittany Ferries staff in France has been called off.
More than 1,000 crew members have taken industrial action over plans to change working hours and withdraw allowances.
Tens of thousands of passengers have been affected by the strike which hit the firm's ferries from Portsmouth and Poole.
The firm shut down its services on September 21st in response to the walkout.
Crossings will begin again tomorrow.
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