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France is serviced by many different ferry operators and offers many route choices due to the large number of ports on it's long coastline. Compare and Book ferries with a choice of 13 ferry operators serving France from 6 countries and 18 locations to a choice of 19 french ports. To get a ticket price or book online choose your route & number of passengers and Click the 'Get Price' button.

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Choose Ferry Services From P&O, Brittany Ferries, Sea France, Condor Ferries, Irish Ferries, LD Lines, Transmanche Ferries, Celtic Link, Norfolkline, GLD Lines, SNCM and Corsica Ferries

With such a vast choice of ferry routes on offer to France you really are spoilt for choice when deciding on which Ferry Service to take. From the traditional Channel crossings offered between Dover and Calais from P&O Ferries and Sea France, routes to Brittany with Brittany Ferries or routes via the Channel Islands with Condor Ferries, the choice is yours.....

 
 

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P&O Ferries French Routes

P&O Ferries to France

Dover - Calais - P&O offer a large choice of crossings throughout the day between Dover to Calais, the most popular ferry crossing of the channel. There are 22 Crossings a day with an average crossing time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.

P&O stands for The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, which is usually known as P&O, was a British shipping and logistics company which dates from the early 19th century. Its head office was in London. In March 2006 it was sold to Dubai Ports World for £3.9 billion.

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Sea France French Routes

Sea France

Dover - Calais - SeaFrance is the only French owned cross-Channel ferry operator on the Dover to Calais route and currently offers up to 15 daily return crossings across its four strong passenger fleet. Ten of the 15 daily return crossings are operated by SeaFrance's two superferries, the award-winning SeaFrance Rodin and her sister ship, the SeaFrance Berlioz.

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Brittany Ferries French Rroutes

Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries offer 7 popular services direct to France and Spain from 3 English ports, Poole, Portsmouth and Plymouth via high speed vessels, conventional ferries and luxury cruise ferries.

Portsmouth to Caen - Brittany Ferries offer either a high speed service with a journey time of 3 hours and 45 minutes, or a classic cruise service with a large range of onboard facilities. The classic cruise service takes 6 hours in the day and 7 hours overnight.

Portsmouth to St Malo - St Malo offers fantastic links to Brittany and Normandy, and nearby coastal destinations, the Loire and the Dordogne. There are 7 crossings a week with the journey taking 9 hours during the day and 10 hours and 45 minutes overnight.

Portsmouth to Cherbourg - A seasonal high speed daily service running from April to the start of November. The service takes just 3 hours.

Poole to Cherbourg - The shortest crossing on offer from Brittany Ferries. Choose from a high speed service taking just over 2 hours or a standard cruise ferry service taking 4 hours and 30 minutes in the day and 6 hours and 30 minutes at night.

Plymouth to Roscoff - Travel to the popular port of Roscoff. There are 2 crossings per day with the crossing taking 6 hours in the day and 8 hours at night.

Cork - Roscoff - Brittany Ferries offer one service from Ireland linking operating on the luxury flagship, Pont-Aven. Each journey takes 14 hours but on the spectacular Pont Aven that might not be long enough!

Brittany Ferries offer Classic Cruise ferries and High Speed ferry services that sail from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to Cherbourg, Caen, Roscoff, St Malo in France and to Santander in northern Spain. Brittany Ferries ferry routes save you miles. They offer conveniently timed regular ferry departures take you much closer to all the best holiday and short break destinations in France and Spain, so saving you miles of unnecessary driving.

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Condor Ferries French Routes

Condor Ferries

Poole - St Malo (via Guernsey or Jersey) - Condor Ferries offer a seasonal fast ferry service from Poole to St. Malo between May and September. crossings take 4 hours and 50 minutes. For year round services, depart from nearby Weymouth.

Portsmouth - Cherbourg - A seasonal ferry service is offered between Portsmouth and Cherbourg on Sundays from July to September. The average crossing time for this route is 5 hours and 30 minutes.

Weymouth - St Malo (via Guernsey) - Travel between Weymouth and St. Malo all year round with Condor Ferries with a crossing time of 5 hours and 15 minutes.

Guernsey - St Malo - Condor Ferries offer fast ferry services from St Malo to Guernsey with each crossing taking under 2 hours. Condor Ferries offer 4 crossings a day with the exact journey time being 1 hour and 45 minutes depending on conditions.

Jersey - St Malo - Enjoy a fast ferry crossing linking France with Jersey with a journey time of just 1 hour and 15 minutes. Condor Ferries offer 18 crossing each week on board their high speed catamaran ferries.

Condor Ferries offer Ferries to France, Jersey and Guernsey. Condor Ferries is the fastest ferry crossing between Weymouth and Poole to Brittany. Their fast ferry from Weymouth and Poole and their conventional ferry from Portsmouth allow you to get to Guernsey, Jersey and France in no time.

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Irish Ferries French Routes

Irish Ferry Tickets

Cherbourg - Rosslare - One hour check in for this longer distance journey onboard the luxurious Oscar Wilde. the journey takes 18 hours and 30 minutes and there are 3 crossings a week from Irish Ferries.

Roscoff - Rosslare - This route is also onboard the luxurious Oscar Wilde. 1 hour check in for this service which has a crossing time of 17 hours and 30 minutes. This service runs once a week.

Irish Ferries operates on the Dublin Port (North Wall) - Holyhead route, and from Rosslare Europort to Roscoff, Cherbourg, and Pembroke. MS Oscar Wilde operates between Rosslare Europort - Cherbourg and Roscoff. She entered service in December 2007 on the Dublin - Holyhead line, then the Rosslare - Pembroke Dock and finally to her selected route, Rosslare - Cherbourg and Roscoff.

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LD Lines Irish Routes

LD Lines Ferry Tickets

Portsmouth - Le Havre - Located 100 miles apart, Portsmouth and Le Havre is a daily connection on offer from LD Lines and a fantastic alternative to the Dover Calais route. The route is operated on the vessel, The Norman Spirit and the crossing takes around 5 and a half hours.

Dover - Bolougne - A new service offered by LD lines reopening the route that was closed following the shutdown of Speed Ferries in 2008. This service runs all year round with up to 4 crossings a day on offer and a crossing time of just 1 hour and 45 minutes on board the vessel Norman Spirit.

Le Havre - Rosslare - LD Lines offer a service connecting Ireland with France through the ports of Rosslare and Le Havre. This route is a great value for money link between the two countries. The service is offered onboard the Norman Voyager vessel with two sailings per week taking 20 hours per journey.

LD Lines are a French-owned shipping company offering freight and passenger services, with both deep-sea and ferry operations.. Their ferry routes are on the English Channel and Mediterranean Sea. LD Lines are the parent company of Transmanche Ferries.

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Transmanche Ferries French Routes

Transmanche Ferries

Newhaven - Dieppe - Transmanche Ferries offer crossings between Newhaven and Dieppe connecting the closest ports to the capital cities of London and Paris. Operating up to three crossings per day with a journey time of about 4 hours.

Dover - Dieppe - Transmanche Ferries offer one round trip daily operating between the ports of Dover and Dieppe with a crossing time of 4 hours 15 minutes onboard their two vessels the Seven Sisters and Côte d’Albâtre.

Transmanche Ferries was set up by the Syndicat Mixte de Promotion de l’Activité Transmanche, in order to preserve the Dieppe-Newhaven link. In 2007, in the context of a Delegation of Public Ownership Services agreement, the running of Transmanche Ferries was handed over to Louis Dreyfus Armateurs whose LD Lines Company also operates cross channel services out of Le Havre.

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Celtic Link Ferries French Routes - New Portmouth Route Now Available!!!!

Celtic Link Ferries

Portsmouth to Cherbourg - A new daily service operating between England and France using the vessel Norman Voyager chartered from LD Lines. The service departs from Portsmouth at 15:00 and arrives in Cherbourg at 20:30. take advantage of this new convenient service from Celtic Link and benefit from some fantastic value introductory rate ferry tickets available from Computicket.

Rosslare - Cherbourg - Celtic link's sole route links France and Ireland and runs three times a week with each trip taking around 18 hours. Celtic Link Ferries vehicle only ferry, The Diplomat serves the route.

Celtic Link Ferries operate a ferry route between Rosslare and Cherbourg for both freight and passengers offering a direct link between Ireland and France. There are a number of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bed cabins all located above sea level. All on board accommodation include ensuite bathroom facilities.

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Norfolk Line French Routes

Norfolk Line

Norfolkline operates three passenger ferry routes across the English channel connecting England to France and on the Irish Sea. Over two million people travel with Norfolkline Ferries every year, with a focus on offering low prices, quality ferries, and convenient schedules. Norfolkline is one of the most popular choices for ferries to France and Ireland.

Dover - Dunkerque - Cross the channel to France from Dover to Dunkerque on Norfolkline's cross channel ferries. Norfolkline ferries provides a fast and efficient car ferry crossing and a fantastic alternative to the standard Dover Calais crossing. There are 11 crossings a day with each taking around 2 hours.

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HD Ferries French Routes

HD Ferries

*HD Ferries have ceased operation and have no plans to offer services this year*

Previously, HD Ferries provided a high speed Channel Island ferry service linking the ports of Jersey and Guernsey in the Channel Islands with the port of St Malo in France.

Guernsey - St Malo - HD Ferries offer fast ferry services from St Malo to Guernsey with each crossing taking 2 hours and 30 minutes. HD Ferries offer 8 crossings every week.

Jersey - St Malo - Enjoy a fastest ferry crossing linking France with Jersey with a journey time of just 1 hour. Condor Ferries offer 23 crossings each week on board their high speed catamaran ferry, HD1.

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Corsica Ferries French Routes

Corsica Ferries

Corsica Ferries offer a total of 8 routes between France and Corsica. Other routes between the 2 destinations are on offer from SNCM, see below for further details.

Ajaccio - Nice - Corsica Ferries offer 7 crossings a week linking Ajaccio and Nice with an average crossing time of 6 hours each way.

Calvi - Nice - 6 Crossings are available to choose from each week linking France and Corsica through the posts of Nice and Calvi. Journey time is around 5 and a half hours each way.

Ile Rousse - Nice - The fastest route between Corsica and France at just 5 hours each way. Corsica ferries offer 4 crossings a week o this route.

Ajaccio - Toulon - This is Corsica ferries most popular route between France and Italy. 12 Crossings are available to choose from each week with a journey time of 6 hours and 15 minutes.

Bastia - Nice - Corsica Ferries offer 7 crossings each week between Bastia and Nice with an average journey time of 5 hours and 20 minutes.

Bastia - Toulon - Choose from 7 weekly crossings linking Bastia in Corsica and Toulon in France. Crossings take an average of 8 hours.

Ile Rousse - Toulon - Choose from 5 weekly crossings each with a journey time of 6 hours and 15 minutes.

Calvi - Toulon - This long distance crossing (the longest on offer between Corsica and France) runs once a week. Each journey takes around 10 hours and 15 minutes depending on conditions.

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SNCM French Routes

SNCM Ferries

SNCM run 8 routes between France and Corsica. Other routes between the two destinations are available from Corsica Ferries (see above) with some of the routes being offered by both operators.

Ajaccio - Marseille - SNCM offer 11 ferry Crossings each week on this popular route each with a journey time of 9 hours.

Ajaccio - Nice - This crossing is is offered 4 times weekly (more crossings available with Corsica Ferries). Crossing time is 4 hours on average.

Bastia - Marseille - The most frequent route on offer from SNCM linking Corsica and France with 12 crossing each week. The journey lasts 10 hours.

Calvi - Nice - Once of the quickest routes available between France and Corsica at just 3 hours. SNCM offer 2 ferry crossings a week.

Ile Rousse - Marseille - SNCM's second longest French Route. The journey between Ile Rousse and Marseille takes around 11 hours and 30 minutes each way with 2 crossings available to choose from each week.

Ile Rousse - Nice - Another of SNCM's shorter routes at just 3 hours per crossing. Choose from 6 crossings each week.

Porto Vecchio - Marseille - The duration of this journey is the longest at 13 hours. choose from 3 crossings weekly between the posts of Marseille and Porto Vecchio.

Propriano - Marseille - Another of SNCM longer cruising time journeys. Choose from 6 Crossings each week. Each crossing takes 10 hours each way.

Bastia - Nice - Choose from 2 Crossings each week. Journey time is under 6 hours, at 5 hours and 55 minutes

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GLD Lines French Routes

GLD Lines

GLD Lines is a joint venture from two large european ferry companies, Grimaldi Group and Louis Dreyfus Armateurs. GLD Lines operate a route connecting Italy and France. It's regular service for both passengers and freight operates between the ports of Brégaillon, Toulon and Civitavecchia, Rome.

Civitavecchia - Toulon - Travel in speed and comfort onboard GLD Line's vessel Sorrento. GLD Lines sole route takes around 14 hours depending on conditions. There are 3 crossings each week.

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Ferries to France by Country

Corsica

Ferries Between France and Corsica

There are 13 routes on offer between Corsica and France. These routes are serviced by 2 ferry operators, SNCM and Corsica Ferries. These routes are as follows;

Corsica is the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily, Sardinia, and Cyprus). It is located west of Italy, southeast of France, and north of the island of Sardinia.

Corsica Ferries are a ferry company which started services in 1967 under the name of Corsica Line with the ferry Corsica Express. Since the company’s humble beginnings its has grown into what is today the market leader to Corsica and Sardinia as Corsica Ferries Sardinia Ferries. Corsica Ferries are the premier ferry operator on the Western Mediterranean Sea transporting more than 1 million passengers annually aboard their ferries running to and from France and Italy to Corsica, Sardinia and Elba.

SNCM (Société Nationale Maritime Corse Méditerranée) is a french ferry company operating in the Mediterranean Sea. Its ferries sail from Marseille, Toulon, Nice on mainland France, Calvi, Bastia, Ajaccio, Ile Rousse, Propriano, and Porto Vecchio on Corsica, Porto Torres on Sardinia, Alger, Oran, Skikda and Bejaia in Algeria as well as Tunis in Tunisia and Genoa in Italy.


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England

Ferries operating between England and France

There are 13 routes on offer between Corsica and France. These routes are serviced by a total of 8 ferry operators. These include one of the busiest ferry routes in the world between Dover and Calais. These routes are as follows;

Brittany Ferries is a French ferry company that runs ships between France, the UK, Ireland and Spain. Brittany Ferries' vessels have a variety of onboard facilities. These include shops, self-service and A la Carte restaurants, bars and cafes. All vessels have a bureau de change on board. Most vessels have a cinema and gambling/gaming machines.

Condor Ferries is an operator of ferry services between mainland England and the Channel Islands, between England and France, and between France and the Channel Islands.

LD Lines are a French-owned shipping company. They are predominantly a freight operator, with both deep-sea and ferry operations, but also operate some passenger services. Their ferry routes are on the English Channel and Mediterranean Sea.

Norfolk line is a European multimodal short sea carrier. It provides passenger ferry services on the English channel and Irish Sea. In 2006 more than 1.5 million passengers used Norfolkline's ferry services across the English channel between Dover and Dunkerque and on the Irish Sea

The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, which is usually known as P&O, is a British shipping and logistics company which dates from the early 19th century.

SeaFrance is a French ferry company that runs ships between Calais, France and Dover, UK. SeaFrance is the trading name of SNAT (Société Nouvelle d'Armement Transmanche) which is owned by SNCF. The company employs a total of 1,700 staff, including 1,200 seagoing personnel and is the largest employer in the town of Calais.

Speed Ferries is a ferry service between Dover in the UK and Bolougne-sur-Mer in France. The service commenced in May 2004 and is operated by a single ex-Australian navy catamaran. Their pricing structure is based around the concept of providing cheap travel for those travellers that book early with the price increasing the closer to the travel date.

Transmanche Ferries were formed after the previous operator of the Newhaven to Dieppe route, P&O Stena, decided to concentrate on their primary route of Dover to Calais. The last P&O Stena ferry left on the route, the Stena Cambria, undertook her last sailing on the 31st January 1998. No ferry was to provide another service on that route until the re-opening of a high speed passenger service by Hoverspeed using SuperSeaCat Two in April 1999. Compiled of 5 public bodies, including the towns of Dieppe and Fécamp as well as three Chambers of Commerce, Transmanche Ferries re-opened the route early in 2001 with the chartered Sardinia Vera.


Guernsey

Ferries Between France and Guernsey

Computicket.co.uk have 4 routes on offer between France and Guernsey from 3 Ferry operators, Condor Ferries, HD Ferries and Manche Iles Express. These routes are;

The Bailiwick of Guernsey is a British Crown dependency in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. As well as the island of Guernsey itself, it also includes Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, Brecqhou, Burhou, Lihou and other islets. Although the defense of all these islands is the responsibility of the United Kingdom, Guernsey is not part of the UK but rather a separate possession of the Crown, comparable to the Isle of Man.

Condor Ferries is an operator of ferry services between mainland England and the Channel Islands, between England and France, and between France and the Channel Islands.

HD Ferries is a fast catamaran Channel Islands service between Jersey, Guernsey and Brittany. HD Ferries has daily departures (six crossings per day; average crossing time per leg of just one hour) from the port of Saint Helier (Jersey) to St Peter Port (Guernsey) and then to St Malo.


Ireland

Ferries between Ireland and France

There are 4 routes from 4 ferry companies that operate between France and Ireland. The routes offered are as follows;

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LD Lines are a French-owned shipping company. They are predominantly a freight operator, with both deep-sea and ferry operations, but also operate some passenger services. Their ferry routes are on the English Channel and Mediterranean Sea.

Brittany Ferries is a French ferry company that runs ships between France, the UK, Ireland and Spain. Brittany Ferries' vessels have a variety of onboard facilities. These include shops, self-service and A la Carte restaurants, bars and cafes. All vessels have a bureau de change on board. Most vessels have a cinema and gambling/gaming machines.

Irish Continental Group plc, trading as Irish Ferries, is a quoted Irish Ferry operator. The company operates on the Dublin Port (North Wall) - Holyhead route, and from Rosslare Europort to Roscoff, Cherbourg, and Pembroke. The company's flagship, the Ulysses, is the world's largest car ferry in terms of car-carrying capacity.


Italy

Italy - France Ferries

There is currently one route that Computicket.co.uk offer between France and Italy from Ferry Operator GLD Lines.;

GLD Lines is a joint venture between Grimaldi Ferries & Louis Dreyfus Lines, two of Europe’s largest ship owners


Jersey

Ferries Between Jersey and France

Computicket.co.uk have 4 routes on offer between France and Jersey from 3 Ferry operators, Condor Ferries, HD Ferries and Manche Iles Express. These routes are;

The Bailiwick of Jersey is a British Crown dependency off the coast of Normandy, France. As well as the island of Jersey itself, the bailiwick includes the nearly uninhabited islands of the Minquiers, Écréhous, the Pierres de Lecq and other rocks and reefs. Together with the bailiwick of Guernsey it forms the grouping known as the Channel Islands. The defence of all these islands is the responsibility of the United Kingdom. However, Jersey is part of neither the UK nor the European Union; rather, like the Isle of Man, it is a separate possession of the Crown. Jersey belongs to the Common Travel Area.

Condor Ferries is an operator of ferry services between mainland England and the Channel Islands, between England and France, and between France and the Channel Islands.

HD Ferries is a fast catamaran Channel Islands service between Jersey, Guernsey and Brittany. HD Ferries has daily departures (six crossings per day; average crossing time per leg of just one hour) from the port of Saint Helier (Jersey) to St Peter Port (Guernsey) and then to St Malo.


Sardinia

SNCM Sardinia Ferries

There is currently 1 route operating between Sardinia and France. This is operated by Ferry company SNCM.

Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily). The area of Sardinia is 24,090 square kilometers. The island is surrounded (clockwise from north) by the French island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Tunisia and the Spanish Balearic Islands. Sardinia is a constitutional part of Italy, with a special statute of regional autonomy under the Italian Constitution.

SNCM (Société Nationale Maritime Corse Méditerranée) is a french ferry company operating in the Mediterranean Sea. Its ferries sail from Marseille, Toulon, Nice on mainland France, Calvi, Bastia, Ajaccio, Ile Rousse, Propriano, and Porto Vecchio on Corsica, Porto Torres on Sardinia, Alger, Oran, Skikda and Bejaia in Algeria as well as Tunis in Tunisia and Genoa in Italy.


France Information - All you need to know about France

France, officially the French Republic, is a country whose metropolitan territory is located in Western Europe and that also comprises various overseas islands and territories located in other continents. Metropolitan France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic Ocean.

France is bordered by Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Andorra, and Spain. Due to its overseas departments, France also shares land borders with Brazil and Suriname (bordering French Guiana) , and the Netherlands Antilles (bordering Saint-Martin). France is also linked to the United Kingdom by the Channel Tunnel, which passes underneath the English Channel.

Popular sports include football, both codes of rugby football and in certain regions basketball and handball. France has hosted events such as the 1938 and 1998 FIFA World Cups, and hosted the 2007 Rugby Union World Cup. Stade de France in Paris is the largest stadium in France and was the venue for the 1998 FIFA World Cup final, and hosted the 2007 Rugby World Cup final in October 2007. France also hosts the annual Tour de France, the most famous road bicycle race in the world. France is also famous for its 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car endurance race held in the Sarthe department. Several major tennis tournaments take place in France, including the Paris Masters and the French Open, one of the four Grand Slam tournaments.

In recent decades, France's reconciliation and cooperation with Germany have proved central to the political and economic integration of the evolving European Union, including the introduction of the euro in January 1999. France has been at the forefront of the European Union member states seeking to exploit the momentum of monetary union to create a more unified and capable European Union political, defence, and security apparatus. The French electorate voted against ratification of the European Constitutional Treaty in May 2005, but the successor Treaty of Lisbon was ratified by Parliament in February 2008.

 
 

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