As Chinese New Year fell on our production yard in Weihai earlier this month, those working on the Côte d’Opale got a well-deserved rest. They’ve earned it as their hard work has meant the ship is almost 90% complete.
As one of the largest ships on the Channel, the Côte d’Opale is well equipped for post-covid travel. It will offer a choice of dining options with plenty of space to enjoy a meal onboard while socially distancing.
Those who set sail on the Côte d’Opale will have the pleasure of an inclusive meal on every crossing. For light bites, the Lighthouse Café will offer sandwiches, bean-to-cup coffee and too good to resist cakes. A range of French dishes inspired by regional ingredients such as Magret de Canard and Tartiflette will be available in our 7 Seas restaurant. Alongside these, classic options for breakfast, lunch and dinner will also be available, with a special children’s menu.
For a more exclusive experience, the Premium Lounge is a relaxing space with complimentary refreshments, prosecco and stunning sea views. The Relax Lounge will be a haven for weary travellers, with personal pods for passengers to rest their heads on their journey.
Not forgetting our freight drivers, the dedicated Road Kings Lounge will give drivers a filling meal and a place to rest while they take a break from their hard work. Our premium facilities for freight drivers also include hot showers and a quiet lounge for them to sleep while they sail.
With sea-views, spacious seating and delicious dishes, we’re expecting the Côte d’Opale to be a hit!
Read more about Côte d’Opale here.
The Lighthouse Café will offer a light, airy space to enjoy a bite to eat, with large windows offering sea views.
The 7 Seas restaurant will offer a range of hot and cold meals to enjoy at any time of day.
The Premium Lounge will offer comfortable seating, complimentary refreshments and a relaxed environment to spend a peaceful sailing.
February 22, 2021