Booking your Ferry Crossing

Ferry Crossing

If you’ve chosen to take your own car and drive to resort, you will need to book a ferry crossing to cross the Channel, the North Sea or for a ferry direct to Spain.

When you call to book your ferry you will need to tell them all your passenger details, the car you will be travelling in and any special requirements (e.g. car trailer, height of car etc). For the longer ferry journeys you can choose to book a cabin or a seat for each of you to sit in. For the short Dover – Calais crossing this isn’t necessary – most people just sit in the restaurant area have a cup of tea, maybe a bite to eat and read a book / newspaper and you are there before you know it!

Please find below a list of ferry companies available for you to book your ferry crossings with, at the lowest prices:

Brittany Ferries –
Available Routes to France & Spain: Portsmouth – Caen; Portsmouth – St Malo; Portsmouth – Cherbourg; Poole – Cherbourg; Plymouth – Roscoff; Plymouth – Santander; Portsmouth – Santander; Portsmouth – Bilbao and Cork – Roscoff.

DFDS Seaways –
DFDS Seaways operate 3 ferry routes: Newcastle – Amsterdam (Holland); Dover – Dunkirk (France) and Harwich – Esbjerg (Denmark). DFDS has been providing shipping services for over 140 years and carry approx. 1.7 million passengers and 200,000 vehicles across the 3 routes.

P&O Ferries –
P&O Ferries offers a wide choice of routes and crossings: Dover – Calais (France); Hull – Rotterdam (Holland) and Hull – Zeebrugge (Belgium). They operate 5 ferries and offer 23 crossings a day between Dover and Calais with just 90 mins journey time. Crossings are every 45 minutes at peak times.

Irish Ferries –
Irish Ferries offer 2 ferry routes from Ireland to France return:Rosslare to Cherbourg return and Rosslare to Roscoff return.Irish Ferries are proud to be recognised as “The Low Fares Ferry Company”, which puts them in a strong competitive position against their rivals and also with the cheap airlines.