Cross Channel Ferry Routes

Cross Channel ferry offerings are among the widest list that is available on the internet. If you are looking for a stress free and easy way of getting across the channel then book your Cross Channel ferry trip with Ferry France, a leading ferry ticket provider.

Major Routes and Operators

You can cross from Dover to Calais in seventy minutes when you choose to cross with SeaFrance who offer up to 15 crossings every day. You can also travel from Dover to Calais when you choose P&O ferries which also have a crossing time of 70 minutes but can offer as many as 25 crossings a day.

Norfolk Line Ferries

The Norfolk line offers four passenger ferry routes including eleven sailings a day between Dover and Dunkirk and from Dunkirk to Dover with a fast crossing time of only one hour and 59 minutes. The ferry route is close to the main motorways and thus a more convenient way of reaching Calais than many other routes.

The Norfolk line also offers three sailings a week between Rosyth and Zeebrugge, the crossing time for this route is 20 hours. There are crossings from Liverpool (Birkenhead) to both Dublin and Belfast. There are 12 sailings a week to Dublin and the crossing time is seven hours, it takes eight hours to cross to Belfast and there are 13 sailings a week.

Brittany Ferries

If you wish to travel to Caen in France then you will need to travel from Portsmouth via Brittany Ferries. The company operates multiple daily crossings to Caen with an approximate crossing time of six hours if you travel during the day and seven hours if you prefer to cross at night. Alternatively you can travel on the fast craft which will get you there in three and three quarter hours in the day time. There is also a fast craft daily crossing from Portsmouth to Cherbourg, which takes around three hours. If you are travelling to France from Ireland, Brittany Ferries offers one weekly sailing of fourteen hours between Cork and Roscoft.

If you are travelling from Portsmouth to St. Malo then Brittany Ferries offers a daily service with a crossing time of eight and three quarter hours but it takes longer at night when the crossing time is eleven and a half hours. There are three sailings a day from Poole to Cherbourg and this is their shortest crossing between England and France. There are three ferries a day from Plymouth to Roscoft with eight hours allowed for overnight crossing while the crossing takes only six hours if you travel during the day.

Condor Ferries

Condor Ferries run from Portsmouth to Cherbourg on a daily basis except for Sundays. Sunday crossings are only available between the 25th May and 17th September. Condor Ferries also operate various crossings to the Channel Islands every day with fast crossing times of between two hours and two hours forty minutes.

LD Ferries

LD lines operate daily services from Portsmouth to Le Havre and Newhaven to Le Havre with crossing times of five and seven and a half hours and five hours to Le Havre. It also runs crossings between Dover and Boulogne and Ostend to Ramsgate.

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