Barfleur

Launched in 1992, the Barfleur is named after a picturesque, small fishing village in Normandy, only 25 kilometres from Cherbourg. Smaller than the rest of the fleet, she offers en suite cabin accommodation with or without porthole, self service restaurant, bar and reserved seats lounge.

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On board Barfleur

Facilities & entertainment

  • La Boutique
  • Childrens playroom
  • Video games room
  • Free Wi-Fi internet access
  • Baggage room
  • Disabled toilets
  • Lifts are available that access all decks

Barfleur features plenty of deck space so you can stretch your legs and and enjoy a calm spot to relax, while enjoying the sea air and incredible views, particularly when entering or leaving the port.

Accommodation

All of our cabins are ensuite, air conditioned and have fresh linen and towels. Soap and shower gel are also provided and you'll also find at least 1 plug socket to use or to charge any electrical appliances that you may have.

  • 4 berth outside cabin
  • 4 berth inside cabin
  • Reserved Seating
  • Cots (suitable for infants up to the age of 12 months)

Dining & bars

Self-service restaurant - Turquoise

The main restaurant on Barfleur is the self-service, Turquoise, located on deck 7. Little like what you'd expect from a self-service restaurant, Turquoise offers a fantastic choice of foods from around the world, as well as French favourites such as our minute steaks, cooked to your liking on the spot! There's also a salad buffet, great choice of desserts, and drinks, including wines and beers to accompany your meal. You can also enjoy special meals rates for children.

Main lounge bar - Les Alizés Bar

Situated towards the rear of the ship, Les Alizés Bar is a great place to relax during your crossing. Enjoy a great choice of beverages with everything from our finest French wines to delicious cocktails. Also on the menu are hot and cold drinks and snacks. There are also a number of flat screen televisions showing big sports matches and news updates.