A Condor passenger has vented her anger on social media after her car was repeatedly showered with corrosive seawater during a three hour crossing from the Channel Islands to the UK.
Jean Dean posted a warning to fellow travellers after she was asked by staff to park her car outside in the bow of the boat.
She then watched helplessly as her car was lavished with seawater during the journey.
Jean had voiced her concerns to staff about her car being venerable to the elements, but she was reassured it would be kept dry unless it rained.
She then went up to the passenger deck and took photos of the sea washing over the bow of the ship, onto her car below.
When the boat had reached its destination, she asked the crew why her car was stowed in the bow when there was space in the more sheltered inside deck, Jean says she was told it was in order to balance the boat.
Condor has responded to Jean's complaint explaining that cars are carefully positioned in order to balance the boat for safety reasons.