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21 January 2013 - UK Press Release

Explore Victor Hugo’s Guernsey with Condor Ferries

With Les Misérables smashing box office records for a movie musical in its first week, interest is rising in the enigmatic author of the original novel, Victor Hugo. Fans of the famous French writer don’t need to travel to the continent to find out more about the great man however – he lived on the Channel Island of Guernsey for 15 years in political exile, during which time the majority of Les Misérables was written.

Passengers travelling with Condor Ferries to Guernsey this year can take advantage of new initiatives put in place by tourism group Visit Guernsey to help them discover more about the creator of well-loved characters Jean Valjean, Fantine and Cosette.

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18 January 2013 - Guernsey Press Release

Condor Express Sailing Cancelled

Ian Milner, Guernsey Director, Condor Ferries said:

 “Condor Express was due to sail to the Channel Islands from Poole this morning. Unfortunately, due to an electrical fault with two of the four generators onboard, the service has been cancelled.


“All passengers due to travel on the fast ferry service today have been transferred to the conventional ferry sailing which operates from Portsmouth and where necessary, are been accommodated in hotels overnight.”

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18 January 2013 - Jersey Press Release

Condor Express Sailing Cancelled

Steve Bailey, Jersey Director, Condor Ferries said:

 “Condor Express was due to sail to the Channel Islands from Poole this morning. Unfortunately, due to an electrical fault with two of the four generators onboard, the service has been cancelled.


“All passengers due to travel on the fast ferry service today have been transferred to the conventional ferry sailing which operates from Portsmouth and where necessary, are been accommodated in hotels overnight.”

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