Are there any ferries from UK to France?
Ferry crossings from the UK to France are operated by 3 companies: DFDS, P&O Ferries & Brittany Ferries . The most popular ferry route from the UK to France is Dover – Calais (38 daily crossings), while the fastest way to cross the Channel is via the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle train (35 minutes).
Can I get to France from Dover on a ferry?
Ferries to France With DFDS, it’s easy to sail from Dover to France . Our routes include crossings from Dover to Calais and Dunkirk, as well as Newhaven to Dieppe, all with comfortable onboard facilities so you can really relax and enjoy the journey. Only vehicle travel is permitted on our Dover – France routes.
Are ferries running from Dover to Calais?
The DFDS service runs up to 9 times per day with a sailing duration of around 1 hr 30 min while the P&O Ferries service runs up to 10 times per day with a sailing time of 1 hr 30 min.
Are there any ferries from UK to Denmark?
The only direct route from the UK to Denmark is Immingham to Gothenburg with DFDS. There are six crossings per week with each crossing taking from 26 hours, depending on the time of departure.
Are there any ferries to France?
Brittany Ferries offers the most convenient cross Channel ferries to France , with the widest choice of ferry crossings. Depart from Portsmouth, Plymouth or Poole and travel to Cherbourg, St Malo, Caen, Le Havre or Roscoff for a direct Channel crossing to your holiday in France .
Can I catch a ferry to France?
Which ferries travel to France ? At this moment in time, there ferry connections offering around almost 1,000 sailings per week that travel to France – from a multitude of locations, such as the ferry from Portsmouth, the ferry from Dover, and the ferry from Poole.
Is Ferry cheaper than Eurotunnel?
Generally speaking the ferry is usually slightly cheaper , but whichever option you choose, make sure to shop around for deals and book well ahead of time to get the best-value fares.
What is the cheapest ferry crossing to France?
What is the cheapest ferry crossing to France? If you’re looking for a cheap ferry to France, then look no further than Dover . With two ferry companies and two ferry routes, prices are competitive and it’s always worth comparing.
Do you stay in your car on Eurotunnel?
You and your pets stay in your vehicle throughout the journey – sit back and relax to get through the Eurotunnel , it only takes 35 minutes to cross.
Can you just turn up at Eurotunnel?
Tickets are available at the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle check-in but this is subject to availability. As our prices are based upon the demands of our service, the further ahead you book the cheaper the ticket is likely to be. Tickets purchased at check-in will therefore always be at the highest cost.
Can I just turn up at Dover and get a ferry?
Many of the most popular ferry operators on the most popular routes, such as DFDS Dover Calais and Eurotunnel sell their freight tickets as “Open Tickets”. This means you can turn up and get on the first available ferry when you arrive at the port.
Can you be a foot passenger on the Eurotunnel?
Eurotunnel Le Shuttle trains are the only way to transport your car through the Channel Tunnel , and crossings depart on an extremely frequent basis with as many as four departures an hour. If you wish to travel on the Channel Tunnel as a foot passenger you will need to use the Eurostar passenger train service.
Are there any ferries from UK to Scandinavia?
Although we no longer offer ferries to Denmark from the UK directly, there are still a number of convenient ways to get to Scandinavia from the UK using our other routes. DFDS offer a number of North Sea passenger ferry routes, including three crossings to Scandinavia .
Can I get a ferry from UK to Norway?
The only direct freight ferry route from the UK to Norway runs from Immingham to Brevik with DFDS Seaways. Sailings from Immingham to Norway go twice a week and take up to 36 hours.
Is there a ferry from UK to Hamburg?
Sail on Stena Line’s ferry from Harwich to Hook of Holland and you can easily drive to Hamburg , Hannover, Bremen and Germany’s other northern cities. Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg has plenty to offer.