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By Ferry
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Travelling by Ferry to France is a lovely way to relax on your journey, yes you can cross the channel a much quicker way by going via Eurotunnel but let’s face it, you don’t get too much time to relax, have breakfast, cup of Tea or Coffee before you’re on your way again. Whereas on the ferry you can do that easily and with time to spare. Taking the kids to Disneyland Paris by car? Then the Ferry is perfect, you get to the port, check in, park up and await your boarding, get on the ship, then head up to the restaurant or play area’s or even just the snack bar, then disembark in your French port and away you go, nicely refreshed and raring to go. There are many Ferry companies available to use not just the one’s listed here although these are the most experienced and trusted companies. you can also travel from a wide variety of UK ports, so there is a choice in local area’s. From Dover it’s around a 90 minute crossing to Calais, this is the UK’s shortest crossing, both P&O and DFDS use this route although DFDS also sail from Dover to Dunkirk which takes around 2 hours. Brittany Ferries could be a good idea too, they usually use the Portsmouth and Plymouth routes and travel to Cherbourg or Caen, so if you fancy a stop off in Normandy this could be a great option, Portsmouth to Caen takes around 5 hours, 45 minutes Take a look at the Brittany ferries Portsmouth to Caen ship Normandie information below.
Normandie Ship Information, Click Here
P&O have now announced heir North Sea Routes available for 2021 Bookings, So you can in fact start planning your travel from Hull to Zeebrugge and Zeebrugge back to Hull. Just a quick reminder too that P&O Short Sea Crossings (Dover etc) are now available to book for 2021 too.
Click Here for P&0’s Own webpage on this site
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By Ferry
European Time
Travelling by Ferry to France is a lovely way to relax on your journey, yes you can cross the channel a much quicker way by going via Eurotunnel but let’s face it, you don’t get too much time to relax, have breakfast, cup of Tea or Coffee before you’re on your way again. Whereas on the ferry you can do that easily and with time to spare. Taking the kids to Disneyland Paris by car? Then the Ferry is perfect, you get to the port, check in, park up and await your boarding, get on the ship, then head up to the restaurant or play area’s or even just the snack bar, then disembark in your French port and away you go, nicely refreshed and raring to go. There are many Ferry companies available to use not just the one’s listed here although these are the most experienced and trusted companies. you can also travel from a wide variety of UK ports, so there is a choice in local area’s. From Dover it’s around a 90 minute crossing to Calais, this is the UK’s shortest crossing, both P&O and DFDS use this route although DFDS also sail from Dover to Dunkirk which takes around 2 hours. Brittany Ferries could be a good idea too, they usually use the Portsmouth and Plymouth routes and travel to Cherbourg or Caen, so if you fancy a stop off in Normandy this could be a great option, Portsmouth to Caen takes around 5 hours, 45 minutes Take a look at the Brittany ferries Portsmouth to Caen ship Normandie information below.
Normandie Ship Information, Click Here
Stena Line