The Condor Liberation is returning to service after planned maintenance in dry dock in Falmouth.
The vessel is now back in Poole undergoing sea trials and checks before resuming sailings with passengers and vehicles on Friday.
Condor’s high speed craft have to be dry docked every year, and this is usually done in the winter months. The Rapide will do the same in January, with the Goodwill following next summer.
The Liberation’s return comes just days after Condor Ferries announced plans to increase its ferry capacity over Christmas and the New Year in case of bad weather or technical issues.
The A&P Group’s Falmouth port is used by Condor for its dry docks maintenance works and is the largest ship-repair complex in the UK.
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