Mr Rees added that changing family sizes and travel patterns meant the number of passengers catered for on the new ferry remained the same as on the old - 2,000 - but with many more spaces for cars needed.'When the Pride of Calais was built, cars going on board would have contained families of four or five, he said.
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As the new ship, built at a cost of £157million, has three vehicle decks instead of two, its increase in freight capacity is even more impressive.
It can take up to 180 articulated lorries at once, compared to just 85 on the old ship.
Disaster was predicted for the ferries when the tunnel from Folkestone to France opened in 1994, offering a quick and seamless rail trip under the Channel.
Then increasingly cheap air fares arrived, and the seafarers faced battle on a second front.