Banking on a calm crossing

Archer, Jane
May 2003
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;5/5/2003, Issue 1666, p51
Trade Publication
Discusses the efforts of ferry operators in Great Britain to increase family bookings by offering products for children. Brittany Ferries' offering of computer games and music for kids; P&O Ferries' installation of computer arcade games on the Dover to Calais vessels; Fjord Line's offering of children's entertainment during school holidays; Free sailings offered by Irish Ferries. INSETS: New Children's Features.;Best Ship For Kids..


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