Portsmouth Le Havre Ferry reviews
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"Portsmouth -Le Havre April 2014"
Reviewed 11 April 2014 by Phil
I love using the ferries--I appreciate "slow travel"-- an opportunity to read a good book and observe others.
The service is very good all-round- courteous staff, very clean ships and general efficient operation etc
I have just a couple of quibbles-- its a sham,e your catering staff have succumbed to the lowering of standards that seems to be creeping in in other places- leaving the customer to take out the tea bag. Its a little thing but it represents a lowering of standards.
The second small point- could yopu consider offering a gluten-free option and soya milk for tea/coffee. Allergies are now very big and limits many peoples' ability to eat out- but many outlets are now catering for them.
'Phil' travelled Portsmouth Le Havre with DFDS Seaways on Norman Voyager
"The Cheaper Alternative"
Reviewed 10 April 2014 by Daniel
The last time I travelled on this route was with LD Lines and this was quite luxurious but this is the no-frills alternative. Seats in the lounges were big but not totally comfortable especially on the overnight crossing so any sleep you can get is a bonus. Facilities were quite good and the cafeteria reasonably priced compared to some other ferries so all in all it offers a good alternative especially if you are heading towards the South West because of the time saved in driving.
Will be using again.
'Daniel' travelled Portsmouth Le Havre with DFDS Seaways on Seven Sisters
Reviewed 06 April 2014 by Jane
Basic but everything you need. We paid £78 return Portsmouth - Le Havre and can't complain at all about the facilities on board. Excellent value for money.
'Jane' travelled Portsmouth Le Havre with DFDS Seaways on Norman Voyager