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Irish Ferries Dover to Calais ferry crossings. Best prices from Drive-Alive

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Dover to Calais with Irish Ferries

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Irish Ferries latest crossing is between Dover in the UK and Calais across the Channel in France. Irish Ferries pride themsleves on the quality of both their ships and their crews to ensure a friendly welcome in comfortable surroundings. In fact they decribe their ships as "Cruise ferries", and they offer plenty of amenities to keep you happy during the hour and a half crossing between England and France.

They operate up to 10 daily return crossings in each direction, with approximately 2 hours between sailings during the daytime and a less frequent service during the night. You should check the online timetables" for days and times of actual sailings.

 

FFERRIES ON THE ROUTE BETWEEN DOVER AND CALAIS

oscar wilde ferry Dover to CalaisIrish Ferries vessels the Isle of Inishmore and the Isle of Innisfree serve this route. Both modern fast cruise ferries, with a range of restaurants, a cinema, children's play area, bars and shops. The Isle of Innisfree has relaxing cabins where you can enjoy your own space,  as well as attractive public areas for your comfort. There's free wifi, a quiet reading area and panoramic sea views. There's the extra comfort and space of a club lounge, for an extra payment.

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Dover port information
The port of Dover is situated in south-east Kent, just 25 miles from France. Dover is best accessed via the M20/A20, and is about 1 hour's drive from the M25.

Calais ferry port is just outside the town and as you leave the port you feed straight on to the A26. From Calais to Paris takes about 2 and a half hours on the A26/A1. If you are heading towards the South of France, Switzerland, Southern Germany or the Alps, bypass Paris by following the A26 to Reims then onwards.

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