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  • Each Way Fare : From £40
  • Returns : From £29

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Crossing Information

  • Ferry Crossing InformationPassengers Per Car : Up to 9
  • UK Port : Dover
  • Destination(s) : Calais, France
  • Crossing Per Day from Dover : up to 23 daily return crossings
  • Crossing Time : from 75 minutes
  • Check-in Information : at least 30 minutes prior to departure
P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries are now offering one of the most decadent channel crossings available at prices that will leave plenty in the wallet to spend on the finer things in life.

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Why P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries to Calais crossing is a fantastic way to explore France for culture of a simple shopping trip, with several large hypermarkets you’ll find many luxury items at significantly cheaper prices than the UK. Plus with Northern France’s most popular tourist beaches, Boulogne-sur-Mer, and the boutiques and cuisine of Le Touquet less than an hour’s drive, Calais is the perfect place to start your adventure.

P&O Ferries Information

P&O Ferries currently offer a season ticket bargain which allows up to nine tickets. You can amend your ticket right up to the day before departure, so you can decide on a quick weekend break whenever you want with the minimum of hassle. Other great features with P&O Ferries include -

Restaurants

You’ll be spoilt for choice when you’re onboard with a superb selection of restaurants and bars, and if you really feel like 'pushing the boat out' why not try the Cruise à la Carte. For just £32.50 you can travel to Calais in the Club Lounge with a glass of champagne, then return to Dover whilst enjoying a delicious 3 course meal supplied by the on board West End restaurant, Langan’s Brasserie. There is a no smoking policy onboard, though there are designated outdoor smoking areas.

Comfort

Why not travel in luxury by using the Club Lounge as you sail from Dover to Calais in stylish surroundings. as you sail across to Calais. You can even book a personal shopper grabs all the bargains on your behalf from only £12 per person each way. Plus in 2010 P&O will be introducing two of the biggest ferries ever to sail from Dover to Calais. With a sleek new design carefully constructed through in depth customer research to establish what it is you want from your ferry experience. With more space onboard and large panoramic windows, these ferries represent a new era in ferry travel. Plus with bigger children safe play areas, you’ll be able to relax and put your feet up.

Shopping

With up to 30% off and many special offers across a wide range of wines, beers and spirits, buying on the ferry can sometimes be cheaper than in France itself. Plus, no onboard alcohol restrictions, you can buy as much as you want for your own use. Plus if shopping is your main aim of travel, why not use the ‘Car Park Shopper’ service? For just £10 return, you can shop your way to France and back without even getting off the ship, even getting off the ship. Just turn up, drive on and start shopping for a quick and easy way to save money.

Bereau de Change

Why not take advantage of P&O's onboard bureau de change, which offers a 0% commission alongside competitive sell rates on all currency exchange, and they will even take your unused euro coins.

P&O Ferries also won 'Ferry Company of the Year' and 'Best Cross Channel Operator' for 2008 at The British Travel Awards, alongside their coveted 'Europe's Leading Short Sea Ferry Operator' 2008 at the World Travel Awards. Even more reason to travel to France in style with P&O Ferries, who offer one of the most decadent and comfortable cross channel trips available.

P&O Ferries User Review

When you think of ferry crossings you immediately think of P&O. We have traveled with P&O on their Dover to Calais ferry crossing four times now as my husband is a property developer and we go to Calais to stock up on cheap materials.

Although it’s a pretty fast crossing we always enjoy it as there are loads of things to do on board. There are a few restaurants, a snack / bar type diner and plenty of bars to down a couple of Kronenberg and help get in to the French spirit!

We’ve also used the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle train crossing a few times but it’s not the same kind of atmosphere you get with P&O where the crossing itself is part of the holiday and each time is a different mini adventure. For example, the last time we went we saw a pod of dolphins which was a real bonus. My husband Mike was on the top deck, which gives a great view as you’re about 100 feet up and he shouted down to us that he’d seen a dorsal fin and joked that it was jaws! We ran up to the deck and soon there were about thirty dolphins all swimming along the side of the ferry. So if you’re looking for a good way to see dolphins on the cheap and not have to pay through the nose for special tours, this is as great way of seeing them.

What I didn’t realise but have since found out is that P&O often have their own wildlife officer on board who shouts out on the tannoy if whales or dolphins are spotted surfacing. Even people who have no interest in wildlife would suddenly find themselves racing to the side of the boat to get a look. Another bonus of sailing with P&O – we’d highly recommend them.

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