Condor Ferries Welcomes Everyone Aboard, not Just Lord Sugar's Apprentices

By Condor Ferries, PRNE
Wednesday, December 8, 2010

POOLE, England, December 9, 2010 - Condor Ferries launched its 2011 summer timetable to the Channel Islands
and France last night, just after Lord Sugar's winning team of apprentices
were treated to a gourmet break in the beautiful island of Jersey.

The victors from last night's fiercely contested boardroom battle were
treated to a day of gastronomic decadence on the beautiful Channel Island of
Jersey as a reward for success in the final task of the series.

Justin Amey, Marketing Manager for Condor Ferries said:

"It's fantastic that Jersey has been featured on such a popular programme
as the Apprentice and to see the contestants enjoying the delicious food and
beautiful scenery this lovely island has to offer. We launched our 2011
summer timetable just after the show had been aired and we have already seen
a boost in bookings as a result of the BBC coverage."

"People shouldn't forget all the other holiday experiences the Channel
offer; adrenalin fuelled activities, long lazy afternoons on
un-crowded beaches, French road names, inspiring cliff top walks, and
fantastic restaurants to cater for everyone. Both Guernsey and Jersey benefit
from the prevailing south-west winds and the Gulf Stream, meaning they boast
the warmest summer and mildest winter in the British Isles. With 2,000
sunshine hours every year and temperatures reaching 30 degrees in the summer
- the Channel Islands make the ideal holiday destination." Justin added.

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About Condor Ferries

Condor Ferries operates a year-round service connecting the UK through
Poole, Weymouth and Portsmouth, the Channel Islands through Guernsey and
Jersey and the ports of St Malo and Cherbourg in France.

Condor Ferries operates Condor Vitesse, Condor Express, and Condor Rapide
fast cat ferries. The Commodore Clipper is a conventional car, passenger and
freight-carrying vessel which offers an all-weather, year round service. Each
year Condor Ferries carries some one million passengers and 200,000 passenger

Condor Ferries also operates Commodore Goodwill, as a freight only
vessel. The Condor Ferries fleet carries 100,000 freight vehicles into the
Channel Islands each year as well as exporting tonnes of local produce.

Condor Ferries is also an active member of the communities within which
it operates and supports numerous organisations through sponsorship and

Contact: Justin Amey - Condor Ferries., +44-(0)1202-207-207

Contact: Justin Amey - Condor Ferries., +44-(0)1202-207-207, Justin.amey at

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