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WHICH Ferry crossing to France?

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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
Hello,

which company would you reccomed / what is the best alternative (eurotunned or just a ferry - they dont do hovercraft anymore do they?) and through which website to book?

Many thanks
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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#1
norfolk line are usually the cheapest,they sail dover to dunkirk,prices vary greatly depending on the time you choose to sail.
#2
I'd recommend getting the euro tunnel, you can take your car on and it's quicker than the ferry. It's also great if, like me, you suffer from travel sickness.

If you're not taking a car they've got seats from £60 return if you book at the mo.

http://www.eurostar.com/UK/uk/leisure/latest_deals/200k_seats.jsp?CID=PPCuk
#3
thanks :thumbsup:what are the cheapest times then?
#4
no hovercraft. they went bust due to customs legal case i think. ferrys take arround 1 hour 45 mins i think. they are usuallu rough this time of year..... but the duty free is better. tunnel takes a lot less time. thats more expensive. check out the website and compare the prices. or even pricerunner. good luck
#5
My friend travelled with Norfolk line for the first time a couple of weeks ago and said the service was excellent and it was much cheaper than the tunnel and far less traffic
#6
ive been to france a few times and i go by ferry, ive also used the ferry to spain, not the cheapest but book a few months in advance as you can save a few quid.

http://www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/

i prefer spain to france myself, but everyone to their own :P
#7
fozzy17
ive been to france a few times and i go by ferry, ive also used the ferry to spain, not the cheapest but book a few months in advance as you can save a few quid.

http://www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/

i prefer spain to france myself, but everyone to their own :P


thanks Fozzy, I prefer Spain too but there is no EuroDisney there :)

Many thanks for the link, rep added!
#8
Bikebarbie
thanks Fozzy, I prefer Spain too but there is no EuroDisney there :)

Many thanks for the link, rep added!


There are two ferrys running i think its callais and the other is roscoff i believe.. what bike do you ride?
#9
Aprilia Dorsoduro :) and you?
#10
The best way to get to Disneyland Paris is by Eurostar as they have direct trains. If you need to take your car then I'd go by Eurotunnel. If you have any Tesco vouchers they can be used with Eurotunnel so will save a few £'s.
#11
ive had a few bikes but just sold a ktm 640 adventure, now have a ktm 690 smc supermoto, im waiting for the 690 adventure to come out.
#12
I did test ride the new duke and it was really fun but at the end went for the DD :)

Thanks for the advice on eutostar I think at the end that's what I'll end up using as there are good deals around ;)
#13
there is a company (nopt sure who they are) but they use a SeaCat

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