Transmanche Ferries

The Transmanche Ferries Newhaven Dieppe ferry service is now operated by DFDS Seaways.

Newhaven is the closest UK port to London and a short distance from the famous seaside resort of Brighton while Dieppe is ideally situated in Upper Normandy with fast connections to Paris and all parts of Northern France.

Transmanche Ferries all year ferry service between Newhaven and Dieppe operates with very comfortable and modern ships ensuring you have a great journey.

Directferries.co.uk allows you to compare Transmanche Ferries timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.

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Transmanche Ferries routes and ports

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Transmanche Ferries Customer Reviews

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  • "Pleasant and relaxed"

    The sailing is nice and relaxed with seemingly hassle free loading and discharge. I do feel that restaurant prices seem somewhat excessive and not good value for money. On the whole a decent link to France & Europe.

    'Keith' travelled with Transmanche Ferries

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  • "Newhaven to Dieppe "

    Great trip, ship on time, clean, staff friendly, arrived at dieppe on time and we were first off. Wonderful, thank you x

    'Janet' travelled with Transmanche Ferries

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  • "Ideal for crossing without hassle"

    The route: Ideal for South west France to South East England Dieppe a shorter drive than Calais and no sign of people smuggling on the approach roads. Also plenty of restaurants for a meal before the midnight ferry. Newhaven turned out to be an ideal landing place - Although I had no idea how to get to Kent, the approach road ended in a roundabout with signposts to Tunbridge Wells, so actually quicker than Dover for West Kent. Organisation: Very efficient at Dieppe with good lane discipline. Also DFDS flexible and helpful with change of vehicle from that originally hired. Ferry: French vessel with apparently good facilities. Plenty of reclining seats facing screen with curious mixture of programmes. Having been asleep, I enjoyed waking up to the rugby (Toulouse v Stade Français) which kept me entertained until disembarkation. However, as there was no demand, the bars and shops closed shortly after leaving Dieppe. The vessel was not at all crowded and most people just slept. One tiny criticism : Very disappointing Brouilly .... your supplier is letting you down. Disembarkation: Can be alarming if you descend the rear stairs when your vehicle is near the front. I was alarmed to find myself almost wedged between two enormous Portuguese lorries, until employee pointed out thee yellow line for pedestrians. Value for money: Significantly cheaper than Brittany Ferries, particularly at night, And every bit as good.

    'Simon' travelled with Transmanche Ferries

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  • "Ideal for crossing without hassle"

    The route: Ideal for South west France to South East England Dieppe a shorter drive than Calais and no sign of people smuggling on the approach roads. Also plenty of restaurants for a meal before the midnight ferry. Newhaven turned out to be an ideal landing place - Although I had no idea how to get to Kent, the approach road ended in a roundabout with signposts to Tunbridge Wells, so actually quicker than Dover for West Kent. Organisation: Very efficient at Dieppe with good lane discipline. Also DFDS flexible and helpful with change of vehicle from that originally hired. Ferry: French vessel with apparently good facilities. Plenty of reclining seats facing screen with curious mixture of programmes. Having been asleep, I enjoyed waking up to the rugby (Toulouse v Stade Français) which kept me entertained until disembarkation. However, as there was no demand, the bars and shops closed shortly after leaving Dieppe. The vessel was not at all crowded and most people just slept. One tiny criticism : Very disappointing Brouilly .... your supplier is letting you down. Disembarkation: Can be alarming if you descend the rear stairs when your vehicle is near the front. I was alarmed to find myself almost wedged between two enormous Portuguese lorries, until employee pointed out thee yellow line for pedestrians. Value for money: Significantly cheaper than Brittany Ferries, particularly at night, And every bit as good.

    'Simon' travelled with Transmanche Ferries

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