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  • Hotels near Ferry Ports

    Finding a hotel near your chosen ferry ports is quite often one of the most important and yet most overlooked parts of a holiday to Europe. A large proportion of holidaymakers who travel to France and the rest of Europe, do so by ferry from one of the many ports along the UK coast. Many of these travellers live some distance away from the ports and more often than not decided to book an overnight stay prior to catching the ferry to France.

  • Free Wine Day Trip Offer

    Do you fancy a quick trip across the Channel? Maybe you want to go shopping at one of the wine superstores, maybe you fancy checking out the shops and restaurants in Calais or maybe you just fancy doing something different for a change. Whatever your reason for taking a day trip to France, P&O Ferries wonderful offer is well worth the money.

  • Early Booking Offer

    If you're planning a trip to France before the 30th June 2017 then this could be the offer for you! DFDS Seaways are offering travellers the chance to book a return or one way ferry to France from Dover to Calais or Dover to Dunkirk with 10% off.

  • The Pride of Canterbury is the sister ship to the Pride of Kent and the Pride of Burgundy in that it was once a freight only ship. The Pride of Kent however is more similar in it’s design and styling. Constructed in Germany in 1991, the Pride of Canterbury entered into service in 1992 as the European Pathway on the Dover to Zeebrugge ferry route.

  • The Pride of Burgundy is one of P&O Ferries’ older and smaller ships standing at just 28138 gross tons. Constructed in Germany in 1991, the Pride of Burgundy was initially a freight only ship called the European Causeway. It once operated between Dover and Zeebrugge however due to the sheer number of people wanting to travel from Dover to Calais, it was converted into a dual purpose ferry and in 1993 the Pride of Burgundy began to work on the Dover to Calais ferry route.