cross channel ferry

Cross-Channel services to France

Ferry and tunnel services to France - 2018 - the thematic guide to France

From the shortest crossing, Dover - Calais, to the longest, Hull - Zeebrugge and Plymouth - Roscoff, there is a good choice of ferry and tunnel operators running from a number of UK ports.
► Choose your port, then click on the operator link to go to the ferry company's own website.

► Booking directly with the ferry company protects you from any possibility of a third-party failure, and makes it generally easier and cheaper  to change or cancel a booking if you have to change your ticket. Though take note: some of the cheapest tickets available are now sold on a "no change / no refund / no cancellation" basis, and in this case it make little difference if you have booked directly through the ferry company, or through a fare-comparison site.  

All the ferry routes from UK to France
Route Ferry operator 
    ► See Eurostar page for trains from London or Ashford to France and Belgium
Dover - Calais  -  three carriers including Eurotunnel (from Folkestone)
The shortest and quickest services to France. 

Appropriate for reaching any region of France. Check out
Routes from Calais
Eurotunnel le Shuttle - up to 4 crossings each hour
DFDS Seaways  Up to 10 crossings a day
P&O Ferries  Up to 23 crossings a day
Dover - Dunkirk DFDS Seaways   Up to 9 crossings a day
Hull Zeebrugge (Belgium)   The least hassle from the North of England . Quick access to France  P&O Ferries  1 overnight crossing in each direction
Newhaven - Dieppe DFDS Seaways  1 crossing a day, outward departure 11 pm
Portsmouth - Le Havre - two carriers Brittany Ferries  Seasonal late March to late October: usually 1 crossing each day, generally leaving at 7 a.m. from Thursday to Sunday, or 11.15 Monday to Thursday
Portsmouth - Caen.  May save time for trips to western France ... but usually much more expensive than short crossings. Brittany Ferries  Daily up to 3 sailings a day
Portsmouth -  Cherbourg Brittany Ferries  1 sailing a day by fast catamaran - 3 hrs.  Seasonal: late April - early September
Portsmouth St Malo Brittany Ferries  1 sailing most nights; outward crossing departs 8.15 pm. Crossing time about 11 hours
Poole - Cherbourg  Brittany Ferries  Daily 3 Jan to 8 March, then 30 Apr. to 01 Nov.  One sailing a day usually at 8.30 am - outward.
Plymouth - Roscoff (Brittany)   Useful only for reaching Brittany and the Atlantic regions of France Brittany Ferries   Seasonal : sporadic in winter, daily from 12th March to 25th Sept. One crossing a day - very varied departure times depending on day
** It is also possible to sail to France using Condor Ferries, but most UK-France sailings on Condor involve a change of ships in the Channel Islands

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