How long does it take to cross from Dover to Calais by ferry?

How long does it take to cross from Dover to Calais by ferry?

Making the journey in 35 minutes, it beats the 90-minute ferry crossing from Dover to Calais.

How long is the DFDS crossing Dover to Calais?

90 minutes
Flexible Sailing Many people ask ‘how long is the ferry from Dover to Calais’ and are to hear it takes only 90 minutes. It’s our fastest crossing and it gives you more time to explore Europe at your leisure.

What happens if I miss my DFDS ferry?

If you missed your sailing, you have no claim for refund or credits of the amount paid for the trip. On our English Channel services, if you miss your ferry crossing for any reason, you can transfer free of charge (subject to availability) to the sailing directly after your original booked crossing time.

How does the DFDS Dover to Calais ferry work?

The DFDS Dover to Calais ferry route operates up to 30 daily sailings between England and France. Thanks to the addition of 2 new ships on this route, it’s more convenient than ever to hop across the channel. With the option to catch the ferry before or after your booked crossing if you miss it, it couldn’t be easier to head to France with DFDS.

How long does it take to cross from Dover to Calais?

There are up to 15 crossings per day with DFDS and up to 24 crossings per day with P&O Ferries. The crossing time is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. The distance from Dover to Calais is about 26 miles (41.8 km). This route accepts all vehicle types and P&O Ferries also accept foot passengers.

How do I get from Dover to France by ferry?

Ferries to France. With DFDS, it’s easy to sail from Dover to France. Our routes include crossings from Dover to Calais and Dunkirk, as well as Newhaven to Dieppe, all with comfortable onboard facilities so you can really relax and enjoy the journey. Enjoy a bite to eat and take the kids to the soft play area or even explore outside on deck.

How many ferry routes does DFDS have to the UK?

Our Routes to the UK DFDS has one of the largest ferry networks in Europe, with four routes operating to the UK. The English Channelferry crossings are convenient and fast at highly competitive prices, meaning you can take your car with you and explore what the UK has to offer.