Weddings Jolly France: Sanitary pass is not mandatory on the boat from Granville to Chausi

Stephanie Blanchett, director and manager of Weddings Jolly France in Granville. (© La Gazette de la Manche)

Stephanie Blanchett, Director Jolly France players Assessing the situation in Granville.

A health pass is not mandatory to go to Chausi. Enough to mask the bottle.

Stephanie BlanchettDirector of Weddings Jolly France in Granville

Many are calling to know. Pass is mandatory. Some think it is mandatory. This does not apply to short trips. Attendance has not been much better since the summer began. Blame it on Kovid and bad weather.

A new player

A new speedboat has arrived at the port of Granville. Belly France has been traveling between the islands of Chausi and Granville since August 8th. This is to replace Dawes France, ”explains Stephanie Blanchett, director and manager of Weddings Jolly France. The old ship left the port of Granville for Ireland.

The ship contains four boats. There are three ways to carry travelers: New, Jolly France 1, and Jolly France 2. La Chausius ensures delivery of goods to the Channel Islands, Jersey, Guernsey, SAARC and Alderny.

The new star has 300 seats as before. The number of rotations remains unchanged. On the other hand, the seats are more comfortable. “The fabrics have been replaced with plastic for the seats and the new star will be used for seminars and events after the summer.

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