Talks are ongoing in an effort to resolve the dispute that's resulted in all Brittany Ferries services being cancelled.
The company has confirmed that tomorrow there will again be no sailings from Plymouth, but have stressed the strike will not affect the company's long term future in Plymouth.
Our business correspondent Seth Conway has spent the day at the French port of Roscoff. Workers there have told him that, contrary to reports, they're not on strike - and in fact they've been locked out.
Here's his report from France...
Talks are underway to resolve a dispute at Brittany Ferries that has disrupted passengers and haulage firms in the west country
Hundreds of ferry passengers are being disrupted today and after a second day of strikes on Brittany Ferries.