Port of Dover

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Dover, Kent, England, UK)

Dover port offers three ferry routes operated by four established companies: P&O Ferries and SeaFrance operating on the Dover-Calais route; Norfolkline on the Dover-Dunkirk route; and SpeedFerries on the Dover-Boulogne route.

Dover to Calais

P&O Ferries has up to 35 return crossings per day on its Dover-Calais route aboard state-of-the-art vessels, with a journey time of approximately 1 hour, 15 minutes. SeaFrance also runs the same route, but in a faster time of 1 hour.

SeaFrance offers 20 daily return crossings. Hoverspeed has recently discontinued its ferry service from Dover to Calais. Calais is the main port of entry into Europe from Britain and comes with fantastic passenger facilities including money changers, cash machines, and a wide range of shops and eateries.

Dover to Dunkirk

Norfolkline provides 10 return crossings per day to Dunkirk in France with a journey time of approximately 2 hours, depending on weather. The Port of Dunkirk is one of France's busiest; with a huge catchment area in the north of France. Its Norfolkline Terminal has a range of facilities, including a comfortable lounge and a selection of shops.

Dover to Boulogne

SpeedFerries runs to Boulogne in France five times per day, 364 days per year. The journey time is approximately 50 minutes. The port of Boulogne-sur-Mer is France's largest fishing port, but port facilities are fairly limited, with a newsagent, shop and convenience store; there is, however, a tourist information office nearby.

Dover Port

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