June 9, 2021

Relocation of the Saint-Pierre ticket office

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SPM Ferries is pleased to announce the relocation of its ticket office in Saint-Pierre. We are still in the ferry terminal but facing you when you enter the station.

This new space, twice the size of the previous one, will facilitate the accessibility of the ticket office to users and improve the working conditions of our agents. We will be ready to start the summer season and to welcome you in a much more pleasant space.

The work was carried out by SPM Ferries’ operations department, who we would like to thank for the quality of their work.

 

May 21, 2019

Happy Birthday!!! It’s already been a year…

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It’s already been a year since the ship NORDET started sailing between our islands. Meanwhile, the vessel SUROIT will celebrate its one year of exploitation on June 18th.

For one year, 45 people work daily to ensure the quality of the service that is offered.

In one year, SPM Ferries has completed 625 rotations, carried around 52,000 passengers and 1730 vehicles.

Recently the ferry terminal has come into service and welcomes you in better conditions.

Soon SPM Ferries will offer you a freight service adapted to your needs. Step by step, SPM Ferries builds its transport offer in order to meet the demand of all users.

May 4, 2019

DIRECT CROSSING BETWEEN FORTUNE and MIQUELON

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For SPM Ferries the month of May is the beginning of the summer season with a progressive increase of crossings with FORTUNE.

Crossings are scheduled on Saturday and it is now possible on Mondays in May to come directly from Fortune to Miquelon, to spend a few hours and return to Saint-Pierre the same evening, or to stay a few days.

From June until the end of September, these direct crossings between Fortune and Miquelon will be scheduled  on Mondays and Saturdays.

 

April 2, 2019

FEARING FOR THE JEUNE FRANCE

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After NORDET and SUROIT it is the turn of the JEUNE  France which ensures the rotations between Saint-Pierre and Langlade to make its obligatory annual refit.
The ship climbed this morning, Tuesday, April 2, on the Saint-Pierre slipway.
Langlade rotations is scheduled for the end of April.