A strike by Brittany Ferries staff in France has been called off.
More than 1,200 crew members have been on strike over proposals to withdraw allowances and change working hours.
Tens of thousands of passengers have been affected by the strike which hit the firm’s ferries from Portsmouth and Plymouth to France and Spain.
Eight ferries have been laid up in French ports since the firm shut down its services on 21 September in response to the strike.
Services will resume on Tuesday said the firm on its website and it “apologised sincerely” to those affected.
A spokesman said a majority of crew members voted on Sunday to accept a deal which included “a number of concessions” by the firm which has been making losses for the last three years
“The majority of our plan has been accepted,” he said.
“It puts us on a more stable footing for the future.”