Emeraude Lines

Emeraude Lines

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Emeraude Ferries (Emeraude Lines) ceased operations in November 2005 for its Channel Islands (Jersey and Guernsey) crossing to St. Malo (France) due to the parent company, Sogestran, being unable to fund a new ferry service for 2006. The Channel Islands ferry service Emeraude Lines is therefore no longer available to book through AFerry.com.

Emeraude Ferries provided a service connecting Jersey and Guernsey (Channel Islands) with St. Malo in France. The company began in 1904 with the main aim of transporting passengers and freight along the Emerald (Emeraude) Coast of France.


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