27 January 2015 11:00 - Press Release

Condor New Ferry Named

Condor Ferries is pleased to announce the official name of its brand new, state-of-the-art ferry - Condor Liberation - recognising the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Channel Islands.


The name has been chosen by a judging panel following a naming competition held in the Channel Islands, which received an incredible 7,146 competition entries. Clive Davies from Guernsey was the ultimate winner – he will receive a year’s free travel with Condor Ferries and will have the opportunity to visit Condor Liberation to see the name he chose being painted onto the ship in Poole.


Alicia Andrews, Executive Director – Commercial at Condor Ferries, said: “We’re delighted with the name of our brand new ship, Condor Liberation. We felt it was particularly apt in this, the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Channel Islands and are very pleased that Liberation is a name that will be as significant to our French passengers as it is to our Channel Island and UK passengers.

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08 January 2015 13:00 - UK Press Release

Condor 102 customisation begins

The customisation of Condor 102 – the latest addition to the Condor Ferries fleet – has started in Poole where interior refurbishment specialists Trimline will complete a full internal fit out.


Trimline’s work will include the installation of a new Duty Free shop, children’s play area, Information Desk and range of eating and drinking outlets. The team will also finalise the three new seating lounges, including two upgrade areas that will enable passengers to travel in ultimate style.


In the Duty Free Shop installation alone, Trimline has used 1,000m2 of lightweight honey combe board, 72m2 of solid surface board, 1,656 pieces of stainless steel and 180m of strip lighting.

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08 January 2015 09:30 - Channel Islands Press Release

Record breaking response to name Condor’s new ferry

A competition to name Condor’s new high speed ferry has attracted entries from thousands of islanders across the two Bailiwicks

Inspired by the opportunity to name the new ship and win a year’s free ferry travel, over 7,000 responses to the competition, which was run in conjunction with the Jersey Evening Post and Guernsey Press during December, were received.

The state-of-the-art 102m trimaran ferry is currently being customised in the UK, and will serve the UK to Channel Islands routes from the end of March.

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