Passengers on the Commodore Clipper from Portsmouth to St Helier, Jersey spent 24 hours on-board overnight as the English Channel continues to be hit by the winter storms.
The ferry crossing normally only takes 9 hours!!
That must have been a very long night
An image below from our marine traffic website at shipfinder.co shows the Commodore Clipper finally in port at St Helier!!
Looks like it was keeping moving and staying sheltered!!
The 125 passengers must have been very pleased to set foot on dry land!
Thanks to John Feltham for the picture above.
Type: Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship
Operator: Condor Ferries
Builder: Van der Giessen-de Noord, Krimpen, Holland
Length: 129m x Beam: 28m
Displacement: 13,460 gwt
Speed: 18 knots
Cars: 279 - lanemetres: 1,265
Route: Portsmouth - Channel Islands
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