42) Heres something bigger that fine ship, the Falaise, the Southern Regions first post-war vessel. She was designed for all kinds of cross-Channel. work. Now shes in service on the Southampton St. Malo route to France, and during the summer months has taken passen-gers on weekend cruises from England, across the Channel and up the river Seine as far as Rouen and all for nine guineas! She has also run between Dover and Calais on the short sea route to the Continent. Voyagers think her one of the steadiest of cross-Channel ships, for she has underwater fins six feet wide which can be extended in rough weather to reduce rolling. They are operated by a press-button on the bridge.