Passengers finally making their way home after being stranded in France after industrial action prevented Brittany Ferries crossings between Plymouth and Roscoff will arrive in Plymouth around an hour late than scheduled - that's 10.30 pm.
The company says passengers expected for the return journey should still turn up at the normal time. People have been refunded their petrol to the port and complimentary cabins have been offered where possible. Those who've had to cancel their sailings altogether can get a full refund.
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