Ferry crossing to France

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AshleyGerrald
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Ferry crossing to France

Post by AshleyGerrald » Mon Jan 05, 2009 10:03 am

Few days before, my colleagues had discussion on ferry timings. They told me that (promy dover) ferries won't be available on Sunday's, if Monday is a holiday. Ferry timings are based on local timings. Is it so? Any personal experiences? Shortly we will plan to go holidays through ferry to France.

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Re: Ferry crossing to France

Post by NeilG » Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:46 am

AshleyGerrald wrote:Few days before, my colleagues had discussion on ferry timings. They told me that (promy dover) ferries won't be available on Sunday's, if Monday is a holiday. Ferry timings are based on local timings. Is it so? Any personal experiences? Shortly we will plan to go holidays through ferry to France.
I doubt you will have a problem getting over. Try the comparison function on http://www.aferry.to. It will give you fares for all the routes your can choose from.
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Re: Ferry crossing to France

Post by Scots_Charles_River » Wed Jan 07, 2009 8:05 pm

I use, from Scotland all the way down, Norfolk Line. £19 retrun for 1 car and up to 7 people. Traveling off-peak any day of the week.

Nick

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