MyFerryLink

MyFerryLink operates on the popular Dover Calais route using the ferries previously owned and operated by Seafrance.

Sailing under the French flag, MyFerryLink offer a service for both freight and passenger vehicles with their fleet of modern ferries and promise a spacious and relaxing way to start your journey to the continent.

MyFerryLink is owned and run by the staff on board the ships - all members of a workers’ co-operative (SCOP) - operating the company’s sailings between Britain and France. Because the MyFerryLink crew have a stake in the business it goes without saying that they have all the more reason to go the extra mile for their passengers.

Direct Ferries provides a ferry timetable and price comparison, based on your search criteria, allowing you to compare MyFerryLink products with multiple ferry company timetables and fares in one search. Compare MyFerryLink timetables and prices now with all alternative ferry operators before booking your ferry ticket to ensure you get the best option for your ferry trip.

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MyFerryLink customer reviews

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  • "Pleasant crossing!"

    Very good, the timing and crossing was very pleasant. NOTHING ELSE TO SAY!!!!!!

    'Kamal' travelled with MyFerryLink on Rodin

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  • "Very happy"

    Very nice trip!

    'Stanislav' travelled with MyFerryLink on Berlioz

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  • "Good journey"

    I'm not a great seafarer, so wasn't able to do more than partake of a cup of tea and can't really comment on the catering facilities but the layout allowed me to stretch out and get to and from France in comfort.

    'Anonymous' travelled with MyFerryLink on Berlioz

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  • "Dover to Calais"

    I was received most pleasantly at the checkin and treated as well as anyone could wish. The onboard meal was good and the staff were courteous. If I have one complaint it is in the lack of "restful" seating.

    'John' travelled with MyFerryLink on Berlioz

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