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Ferry crossings

UK – France Ferry

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Ferry crossings

Norfolkline Ferries, now DFDS

Sail from the UK to Europe with DFDS, formally Norfolkline Ferries. With a short, 90 minute route from the UK to the continent, DFDS has continued the great work of Norfolkline, connecting people across Europe. Short crossing times and a free meal onboard make the journey across the channel easy. Book now and if circumstances change, you can rearrange for free with our Travel Guarantee.

Over 30 daily crossings

No baggage restrictions

Travel with or without your vehicle

    Free meal

    Travel Guarantee means free re-bookings until 31 Dec 2021



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Regular sailings for the current week listed in local time

Please note that timetables may change subject to weather conditions.

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All DFDS European Ferry Crossings

DFDS - the World’s Leading Ferry Operator - offers multiple ferry routes from popular European ports in Europe to the UK, as well as routes in Scandinavia and across the Baltic Sea.

Book now and travel with DFDS.

Onboard experience

Our routes

Driving in France - road signs

Driving in France

France is a big country with an excellent motorway network, so it’s easy to get around, making it a great destination for a driving holiday. Cruise through the unspoiled French countryside, past idyllic villages and medieval towns and see why it’s the most popular tourist destination in the world. Read our guide for full information on French driving rules and regulations.

WTA Winner 2022

Award Winning Ferry Crossings

We are proud to have been voted World’s Leading Ferry Operator 2022 at this year’s World Travel Awards for the 12th year in a row! We have also won Europe's Leading Ferry Operator 2012-2022 and World’s Best Ferry Operator Website 2021-2022.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us and voted for us for over 12 years. Let’s sail the seas together with world class service!

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