Condor Voyager is the latest addition to our fleet. Owned by Brittany Ferries, and leased to Condor, the high-speed catamaran previously sailed as Normandie Express and has seen regular service between the UK and France over the past few years.
The ship will be based in St Malo and take over sailings from Condor Rapide, serving Jersey, Guernsey and the UK.
Check out our frequently asked questions below for everything you need to know about the newest addition to our fleet, Condor Voyager.
Condor Voyager is 98m long and 26m wide.
Her maximum capacity is 850 passengers.
She can carry 235 cars.
Her maximum speed is 42 knots.
Condor Voyager will operate from her St Malo base to Jersey, Guernsey and the UK.
Transporting your pets between the UK and Channel Islands in your car is permitted. Transporting pets between France and the Channel Islands must comply with the PET Travel Scheme. It is not possible to travel on foot with pets on our international routes.
Condor Voyager was built in Tasmania, Australia in 2000.
Condor Voyager has two bars, a café and duty free shop. In the passenger cabins, there are standard seats and tub seats which are lounge chair seats with a small table. Recliner seats in the Horizon Lounge offer panoramic views and a private bar.
Yes we offer a Wifi service on Voyager.
Condor Voyager has two bars, a café, and duty free shop.
Rapide - 1997
Voyager - 2000
Rapide - 86 metres
Voyager - 98 metres
Rapide - 175 cars
Voyager - 235 cars
Rapide - 741 passengers
Voyager - 850 passengers
Voyager Seats are standard reclining seats, free of charge.
Voyager Tub Seats are lounge chair seats with a small table, free of charge.
Recliner Seats in the Horizon Lounge come with panoramic views and a private bar. Upgrade at £10.95 per person each way on all routes.
Premium Select seats come with a welcome drink, unlimited tea and coffee at the café, and comfortable leather reclining seats with a foot rest. Upgrade at £15.95 per person each way on all routes.
Condor Voyager is a proven cross Channel ship and is larger than the ship she replaces – Condor Rapide – so can carry a greater number of cars and passengers.
She sails at 42 knots and we are sure her large interior and wide open spaces will prove popular with passengers.
Sea travel is also a safe and convenient way of getting around post-Covid. Added to that, Jersey and Guernsey are perfect for a staycation or for those wishing to be a little more adventurous this summer.