cross-Channel ferry

cross-Channel ferry

n
(Nautical Terms) a ferry that transports passengers and vehicles across the English Channel
Translations

cross-Channel ferry

[krɒsˌtʃænəlˈfɛrɪ] ntraghetto che attraversa la Manica
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WHEN police swooped on a Black Country woman as she stepped off a cross-Channel ferry, they found PS240,000 of drugs in her suitcase.
A VISA system for travellers post-Brexit is a "nightmare scenario", the boss of a cross-Channel ferry firm has warned.
CROSS-CHANNEL ferry passengers have been warned it could take up to three hours to get through passport controls amid heightened French security checks.
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A CRITICAL incident was declared at the Port of Dover after 15 asylum seekers were found in a tanker on a cross-Channel ferry.
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The pair were spotted on CCTV on a cross-Channel ferry and their images were broadcast on French TV.
Inset: Megan Stammers and her teacher, Jeremy Forrest, from a CCTV image on a cross-channel ferry.
Novel sensors developed by the Chelsea Technologies Group are to be fitted to a cross-channel ferry to collect vessel motion data as part of the WaveSentry project which is being managed by Marine South East.