FerryBreaks offer cheap ferry tickets for many cross channel ferry destinations in the UK and Europe, including ferries to France, ferries to Spain and ferries to Ireland.
We can also offer tickets for the high-speed Eurotunnel service between Folkstone and Calais.
When you make a ferry booking through FerryBreaks, you are booking directly with the operator - it's a simple "one stop shop" for all of your ferry booking requirements.
Some of the most popular ferry routes
Ferries to France
Newhaven - Dieppe Ferries - Newhaven port is situated at mouth of the River Ouse in East Sussex. 2007 saw the integration of Transmanche Ferries and LD Lines. A new summer crossing from Newhaven to Le Havre has been added to the already existing service between Newhaven and Dieppe.
Dover - Calais Ferries - Dover is one of the world's busiest ferry ports. Over 16 million passengers, 2.5 million cars and coaches and 1.8 million freight vehicles use the port every year. Calais is the premier port for cross Channel links between Britain and Europe. The port is situated close to the town centre. The Dover to Calais ferry is the quickest cross channel ferry to France available. Make a ferry booking easily from Dover to Calais on our website.
Portsmouth - Le Havre Ferries - LD Lines offer a twice daily ferry crossings to Le Havre. Overnight crossings from Portsmouth take around 8 hours. Daytime ferries from Le Havre to Portsmouth take around 5 and a half hours. Le Havre is France's second biggest port and is the closest to Paris, which is about 200kms south-east. For those wanting a more relaxing ferry to France, the Portsmouth to Le Havre route is an excellent choice.
Eurotunnel Folkestone - Calais (Coquelles) - Whilst this isn't really a ferry booking, we know that many people want to use the quickest form of transport to France. The 50km long tunnel under the English Channel was completed in 1994. It has since become the market leader for cross channel travel. The Channel Tunnel or 'Chunnel' runs from Folkestone to Calais with trains that run up to every 15 minutes.
Ferries to Holland
Hull - Rotterdam Ferries - The ferry terminal at Hull is located on King George Dock and handles over 1 million passengers a year. Rotterdam is the largest port in the world, dozens of ships from all over the world dock at Rotterdam every day.
Ferries to Ireland
Holyhead - Dublin Ferries - The port at Holyhead is situated on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. Dublin port serves 1.5 million passengers a year, it is the busiest ferry port in Ireland. The Dublin - Holyhead ferry to Ireland route is home to 'Ulysses' - Irish Ferries new super ferry. It is the largest car ferry in the world.