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Wildlife watching-experience

What is Orca?

For many years, from the end of March to September, we welcome ORCA volunteers aboard our ferries. What is their mission? These Wildlife Officers, also known as Wildlife Officers, look after the animals that inhabit the North Sea and English Channel. One of their missions on board is to observe the different marine animals, like dolphins, whales and gannets. By listing the areas where these species live, volunteers can, in collaboration with the relevant authorities, take measures to protect them.

Orca observing wildlife Dieppe-Newhaven

Dieppe - Newhaven | Amsterdam - Newcastle

Maëva, Rose and Alex are the three naturalist guides of the ORCA association, present aboard our ferries. Find Maëva from Wednesday to Sunday until September 08 on our Dieppe-Newhaven ferries. Rose and Alex, meanwhile, are waiting for you on the King Seaways (Amsterdam-Newcastle), until September 27th. Presentations, animations, discussions and observations: this is the program of our guides who are eager to share their knowledge with you!

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Family on deck at sunset


With 4 routes to the UK, you can take your pick of ferry crossings to England.

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