Brittany Ferries has announced that it is further suspending its passenger services.
In a statement, the company said that in light of the Covid-19 situation and government advice, it is further suspending all passenger services until June 28.
The company operates a number of services from Cork, the UK, France and Spain.
The next ferry service to depart Cork is currently scheduled for July 4th.
The company has told customers whose sailings may be affected that it will be in touch with them shortly.
Meanwhile, Brittany Ferries has said there will be a number of changes to its passenger services when these do resume.
Both passengers and crew will have to wear masks in all public areas and in the ports.
Passenger numbers will be reduced to allow social distancing rules to be enforced.
The company says further bookings from foot passengers and cyclists will not be accepted as "there are significant operational hurdles involved in transporting them."
Some catering options will also change, the company said.