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Liberation on reduced power after fuel pump failure

Liberation on reduced power after fuel pump failure

Tuesday 03 September 2019

Liberation on reduced power after fuel pump failure

Condor Liberation will be operating on reduced power until Wednesday so that engineers can carry out more maintenance.

Following a revised service over the weekend and on Monday, the Liberation will continue to operate from Poole to Jersey, Guernsey and back to Poole on Tuesday and Wednesday, instead of its normal rotation from Poole to Guernsey, Jersey then back to Guernsey and Poole.

Condor Ferries said this had been decided to allow engineers to carry out "preventative maintenance" following a notification from MTU, the ship’s engine manufacturer that involves replacing Liberation’s main fuel pumps.

She will resume her usual schedule on Thursday (5 September.)

The ferry operator has warned passengers that check-in will close 60 minutes prior to departure time. Due to sailings being busy, any passengers that require extra assistance are being asked to check in 90 minutes before departure time.

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