Around 250 people spent the night on board a Brittany Ferries ship in Plymouth after a crossing to France was cancelled.
The Armorique was due to sail from Plymouth to Roscoff on Tuesday (May 7) evening, but passengers were delayed and most chose to stay on board.
The return crossing on Wednesday morning was also cancelled, and some passengers said they were frustrated at a lack of information.
Brittany Ferries said they were hoping the ship would sail at 3pm on Wednesday.
Services are facing ongoing disruption after a fire on one of the vessels at the end of April.
The Pont-Aven ship is currently in the French port of Brest awaiting repairs and is due to resume normal service on Sunday, May 12th.