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DFDS Ferries

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  • Day Returns : From £39
  • Each Way Fare : From £39

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Crossing Information

  • Ferry Crossing InformationPassengers Per Car : Up to 4
  • UK Ports : Dover, Portsmouth, Newhaven.
  • Destination(s) : Calais, Dunkirk, Le Havre, Dieppe
  • Crossing Time : from 90 minutes
  • Check-in Information : at least 30 minutes prior to departure

DFDS offer daily ferries from Dover to Calais or Dunkirk (the only UK provider to do so) and you can be sure of a low cost trip with convenient schedules and timetables.

DFDS Latest Offers

Voucher 5-Day Return To France For Just £75 With DFDS Ferries When You Use Voucher Code E120N Offer Ends 14-12-2018

Voucher 1-Day Retrun To France For Just £35 With DFDS Ferries When You Use Voucher Code E24N Offer Ends 14-12-2018

Voucher 3-Day Short Stay Return Trip From DFDS Ferries For Just £65 When You Use Voucher Code E72N Offer Ends 14-12-2018

Offer DFDS Spring Offer Save £7.50 On Ferries Between Dover & Calais Offer Ends 30-04-2018

Why Choose DFDS Ferries?

DFDS Ferries to France Information

DFDS are the fastest growing ferry operator across the channel. Having taken over Norfolklines ferries to France in February 2012 as part of an initiative between DFDS Seaways and LD Lines, they now offer unparralled access to France and the rest of Europe.

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