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19 September 2011 - News Flash

Condor Ferries' booking system will be offline for approximately 18 hours from 19 September for an essential upgrade

During the time that the system is offline, passengers should check in as normal. Bookings for immediate travel can be made by contacting your local port office by phone or in person: Condor Ferries does not levy booking or other charges for reservations made by phone or in person. 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this short interruption to our systems may cause you.

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07 September 2011 - Press Release

A354 Diversion - 12 to 23 September 2011

On 24 August, Dorset County Council announced that the northern end of the A354 Weymouth Relief Road will be closed between 7pm and 6am  for 10 week day nights from 12 September to 23 September to enable completion of resurfacing and other works as part of the final phase of work.

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06 September 2011 - Channel Islands Press Release

Condor Ferries working with council on improvements in Weymouth

Following significant congestion in Weymouth which has affected Condor Ferries passengers arriving in the port, Condor Ferries has worked with the relevant authorities to introduce changes that have improved traffic flows around the port area following some traffic congestion in the peak summer weeks. 

At a meeting mid-August, Condor Ferries has presented their concerns about traffic congestion in central Weymouth to the Traffic Management Team at Dorset County Council. In addition the ferry company continues to raise their concerns about the quality of the port services with the local authority, Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, who own the port.

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05 September 2011 - Channel Islands Press Release

Condor Ferries' customer focus report on service quality and customer satisfaction published

Condor Ferries has recently published punctuality and customer satisfaction information for its passenger services, providing a clear prospective on its focus on customer satisfaction and the reliability of its year round lifeline operation to the Channel Islands. 

The punctuality report for services operated between 1 April and 30 June 2011, published on the Condor Ferries' website shows that over 98% of all scheduled passenger services took place.

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02 September 2011 - UK Press Release

Condor Ferries welcomes world record-breaking swimmer for homeward journey across the Channel

Record-breaking Guernsey swimmer Roger Allsopp has been welcomed on his journey back to his home in the Channel Islands by Condor Ferries. 

Travelling aboard Condor Express, Roger, aged 70- who earlier this week became the oldest man ever to swim the English Channel - was welcomed by Condor staff and kindly accepted the offer of a free crossing from Poole to Guernsey.

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