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Ferries to Calais

DFDS Seaways Dover to Calais
Crossing Duration 10 Sailings Daily
Sailing Schedules 1 hour 30 minute crossing
Eurotunnel Folkestone to Calais
Crossing Duration 2 Crossings Weekly
Sailing Schedules 35 minute crossing
MyFerryLink Dover to Calais
Crossing Duration 8 Sailings Daily
Sailing Schedules 1 hour 30 minute crossing
P&O Ferries Dover to Calais
Crossing Duration 23 Sailings Daily
Sailing Schedules 1 hour 30 minute crossing
Ferry to Calais reviews
Read our most recent reviews
Our most recent Calais customer reviews are below, read more by visiting our ship pages.

"Crossing fine but allow more time for passport control"

Reviewed 15 December 2014 by Dominic

As I travel with P & O every month, I am accustomed to the loading and unloading drill as well as all the services offered by P & O. Everything is usually without incident. Through no fault of P & 0 however, it has become more and more frustrating to arrive at Calais and find an unacceptable queue of cars waiting to go through passport control. I have missed one crossing and only just made the last two due to a 45 minute queue - nothing to do with P & O but just a warning to all who get to Calais thinking that 30 minutes before the crossing will be enough.

'Dominic' travelled by Ferry to Calais with P&O Ferries on Spirit of Britain

"I will always use this company again."

Reviewed 14 December 2014 by Patrick

Overall the experience was good. You can smoke on the deck, there are plenty of drinking and dining areas and duty free shops for those who are interested. Personally, I was only interested in the cheapest possible return ticket for a car and three people and directferries were far cheaper than booking directly with P&O. In the duty free shops there weren't very many good deals, however I did find some decent wine, 6 bottles for £18 and my other half bought some make up, apart from that, the rest of the products were most expensive than most airport duty free shops. I wasn't interested in eating on the ship as there are far better places to eat on shore. My bother did have a roast dinner though, it was a bit worse than school dinners so I wouldn't recommend. The drinks at the bar are about the same as London pubs, about £4 for a bottle of berry cider, this I didn't mind. The main negative point were the toilets, they were pretty dirty, I'd avoid them if possible.

'Patrick' travelled by Ferry to Calais with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy

"Good trip again"

Reviewed 10 December 2014 by David

Despite French strike action the ferry got there eventually but a slow crossing grateful for that. Got to Calais on way back straight on an earlier boat much appreciated. thanks

'David' travelled by Ferry to Calais with P&O Ferries on Spirit of France

"Hassle free journey highly recommended"

Reviewed 07 December 2014 by Anne

Self service check in simple and quick and smooth journey there and back. Really worth it to to make up driving time at the other end. Left precisely on time both journeys. Will definitely book again.

'Anne' travelled by Eurotunnel to Calais on Le Shuttle

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