Norfolkline specialise in multi-trip bookings - the more trips you book, the more you save! 12 or more trips between now and December 2012 could bring the average cost per crossing of any duration down to £17 for a car and up to 4 people! Find out more by contacting Norfolkline
Norfolkline are now part of the DFDS Seaways network but the ships are still operated by DFDS under the Norfolkline brand.
With Norfolkline's brand new fleet, more than 2 million passengers travel each year over the English Channel and Irish Sea (with Irish Sea Ferries). There are 12 Norfolkline crossings between Dover and Dunkerque in France every day with crossings taking only 1 hour 45 minutes. This route is popular for people travelling with their car to Western European countries such as France, Belgium, Spain, Poland, Germany and Italy for holidays, short breaks,weekend trips, day trips, skiing, shopping etc.
When travelling on Norfolkline's brand new fleet of cross channel ferries, it takes approximately 1 hour 45 minutes from Dover to Dunkerque (France).
With direct links to the A16 and A25 motorways, the Dover-Dunkerque route is more convenient than Calais for many destinations in France and beyond.
Further, with twice daily sailings between Dublin and Belfast to Liverpool, crossing the Irish Sea has never been easier!
Whether you choose to travel on a day time or night time sailing from Belfast, Dublin or Liverpool (Birkenhead) you can be sure of a comfortable trip. Onboard ferry services include restaurant, cinema and spacious ensuite cabins.