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11 July 2017 17:34 - Channel Islands Press Release

Media Statement 11-07-2017

Fran Collins, Executive Director – Operations, Condor Ferries:


‘THE circumstances of this unfortunate incident are quite complicated and Condor is cooperating fully with the investigating authority – the Guernsey Harbourmaster.


We have submitted our preliminary report to them as part of the formal process and therefore cannot comment further nor confirm when the findings of the investigation will be published.


We wish all of those affected by this incident a speedy recovery.’

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10 July 2017 17:30 - Press Release

Condor Ferries Statement Update - La Vallette Bathing Pools

Fran Collins, Executive Director – Operations, Condor Ferries:


THE investigation into the reported incident by La Vallette bathing pools on Saturday afternoon is progressing well despite the complex circumstances in relation to ship movements in the area at the time in question.


The work required is very detailed and comprehensive including analysing the ships’ onboard data systems and charts. We are liaising closely with Guernsey Harbour Master and will submit our report to them in line with usual procedures

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10 July 2017 12:00 - Press Release

Condor Ferries' Statement - La Vallette Bathing Pools

WE are aware of reports of an incident that took place yesterday afternoon near St Peter Port Harbour.

Clearly, we take such reports extremely seriously and have launched an immediate and comprehensive investigation using all information available.

We would hope to have a preliminary outcome by tomorrow afternoon

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06 July 2017 10:00 - Ferry News

Condor puts on new Clipper Sunday service for summer

CONDOR has scheduled a regular Commodore Clipper sailing this summer between the Islands and Portsmouth on Sundays for the first time.


The new service started last weekend and operates every Sunday through to 10 September, accommodating an additional 500 passengers and up to 100 cars each week.


Justin Amey, Condor’s Head of Marketing, said the company had received many requests for an increase in weekend services and hoped the Sunday sailing would prove positive for tourism and create more travel opportunities for islanders.


‘We’ve seen demand for a seasonal service so this extra crossing means visitors can now spend the whole weekend in Guernsey or Jersey at the end of their holiday and islanders are also able to travel overnight to the UK for their trip away.’


The timetable sees Commodore Clipper operate her usual Monday to Saturday timings, departing Guernsey on Sunday at 17:20 and arriving in Jersey at 19:20. She then leaves St Helier at 21:20 and travels overnight, reaching Portsmouth at 06:30 on Monday morning.

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