The strike that's hit ferry services between Plymouth and Europe is entering its second week, with no sign of a resolution.
The action began when Brittany Ferries staff walked out over planned changes to pay and working conditions and it's estimated to have cost the South West economy up to £20 million.
The services affected are between Plymouth and Santander in Spain and Roscoff in France, where passengers are still waiting to get home.
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.