Brittany Ferries say that despite strike action at French ports, the vast majority of their sailings today are unaffected.
Earlier today on their website there were warnings of delays between Portsmouth and Le Havre, and Portsmouth and St Malo.
But now it appears the only sailing to be cancelled is tonight's overnight ferry from Le Havre to Portsmouth.
However they've also issued us a statement in the last hour with advice for passengers taking their cars to France, because of problems with the fuel supply
All our services to and from France are operating to schedule (these operate from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to Caen, Le Havre, Cherbourg, St Malo and Roscoff).
In general the fuel situation in the North West of France (and indeed across the country) continues to improve. For example, most of the stations in Brittany are back in operation and there is now almost no rationing at the pump.
We are advising customers to travel with a full tank of fuel and to fill up when they can in France, but there is certainly no suggestion that France is running dry. And the fuel supply situation continues to improve.
Despite the difficulties, our crew, staff and customers have been able to find fuel (we have 2,000 crew in France), sometimes with the help of external websites like www.carbeo.com and www.mon-essence.fr.
For safety reasons, petrol cans are strictly forbidden onboard our ferries, and the transport of diesel in vehicles is only permitted in containers/jerry cans specifically constructed for the carriage of diesel and to a maximum of 5 litres per vehicle.
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