La Côte D'Opale è ben avviata

This year we will welcome the Côte D’Opale into the Channel family and with just a few months to go until her maiden voyage, she is coming along nicely.

Construction started in May 2019 at the Avic Shipyard in Weihai, China, and there is just 15% of the build left until she is ready! Around 300 people siamo working on the ship to prepare her for the sea trials in May, after which the Côte D'Opale will be ready to welcome tu onboard. With her 214 metres length and the capacity for 1000 passengers, she will be the longest ferry on the Channel and will welcome both freight and leisure passengers.  

Il Côte D'Opale will have the largest retail space of all our channel ships stretching 1,100 square metres in an open plan conceptA large atrium with a bright skylight will be the centrepiece of the retail experience onboard. There will then be separate ‘wings’ for each product category including perfume & cosmetics, beer, wine & spirits and gifts & technology. Duty Free will add more excitement to the shopping experience, with huge savings on premium products available onboard. 

Steve Newbery, Onboard Commercial Director, said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming the Côte D'Opale to our channel routes this summer and can’t wait to welcome customers onboard when it’s safe to do so. Con shopping and dining experiences to rival large shopping centres or airports, the ship will offer more space, more choice, and a unique travel experience for our valued customers. 

Guarda at how our ship is shaping up and how our retail area onboard will look! Also see how she compares to Calais Seaways in this article.


The onboard shop will have a light, airy central atrium with a glass roof, which will flood the area with light. 



One section of the shop will be dedicated to beers, wines & spirits, with great savings on premium brands.  

 


A recent photo from the building yard shows the shop skylight being fitted.

Gennaio 20, 2021

1 commento
  1. Jan Preisler
    Jan Preisler dice:

    Jeg er forundret over, at rederiet ikke længere bruger malteserkorset som rederimærke på skorstenen.

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