PLAN YOUR TRIP
When you arrive at the port please follow signs to check-in, where you can collect your boarding passes. Motorists should check in a minimum of one hour before departure. Passengers on foot should check in a minimum of 40 minutes before departure.
The currency in St. Malo and the rest of France is Euros
Free Wifi access
Free access to WiFi
Baby Changing Facilities
There are baby-changing facilities in the terminal and in the car compound
Single storey building is easily accessible with a wheelchair and disabled parking is available in front of the terminal building. Both disabled toilets and emergency wheelchairs can also be found in the terminal. A shuttle bus equipped with a ramp is used for transportation from the port to the ship
Bureau de Change
There is no bureau de change available
Payphones are available for use
Lost Property & Left Luggage
There is no left luggage facility
There is a café selling drinks and snacks and a self-service coffee/drinks machine (euro coins)
There is a shop available selling snacks and magazines
There is no cashpoint in the terminal building
Short & Long Stay Car Park
Pay and display in terminal and nearby. Taxi rank can be found outside of the terminal building. Rental cars desks in terminal (only open to collect the car when booked in advance)
Check-in closes 60 minutes prior to your departure
Check-in closes 40 minutes prior to your departure
Travelling on Foot
Before you travel, we will have emailed you an e-boarding pass. Please print this off and bring it with you on the day. Or, if you plan to show it on a mobile phone or tablet, please have this ready for our port team when you arrive at the terminal, with the brightness turned up.
Travelling by Car
Please print off the e-boarding pass we will have sent you, and bring it with you on the day, placing the itinerary page (pink copy) on your dashboard. If you’re using a mobile phone or tablet to show your boarding pass, please have this ready for our Port staff when you arrive at check-in, with the brightness turned up.