Dover-Calais Ferry

The Dover Calais route is the best-known ferry crossing from England to France. Book cross channel ferries from Dover to Calais with Cheap 4 Ferries.

Dover to Calais Cross Channel Ferry
Dover-Calais ferries.
DFDS

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Two major ferry companies are currently offering crossings between Dover and Calais: P&O Ferries operate up to 24 crossings daily, taking 1 hour 30 minutes. DFDS sail up to 30 times daily and the crossing takes 1 hour 30 minutes.

You check for current availability and latest prices and special offers but you can check the current Dover to Calais ferry timetables below.

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We also offer very popular alternatives to Dover to Calais cross channel ferry. One is Dover to Dunkirk. This route is operated by DFDS and it only takes 2 hours to cross to France. Dunkirk is just 30 minutes by car from Calais. Another very popular alternative is Folkestone to Calais with Eurotunnel, offering up to 76 crossings a day with a journey time of only 35 minutes.

Dover to Calais with P&O Ferries P&O Ferries

Timetables Number of Crossings Duration
Dover - Calais up to 24 per Day approx. 1 hrs 30 mins
Calais - Dover up to 24 per Day approx. 1 hrs 30 mins

Dover to Calais with DFDS DFDS Seaways

Timetables Number of Crossings Duration
Dover - Calais up to 30 per Day approx. 1 hrs 30 mins
Calais - Dover up to 30 per Day approx. 1 hrs 30 mins

Dover to Calais Ferry Companies

About Dover

Dover faces the narrowest part of the English Channel and on a clear day, you can see France from the ferry terminal. Dover Ferry Port is Europe's busiest international ferry terminal, and the closest English port to France, which lies 22 miles away. Ferries run 24 hours a day with a departure on average every 30 minutes to either Calais or Calais, providing quick and effective links to the rest of France and all of Europe beyond. Due to its proximity to France, Dover has always been of great strategic importance to Britain. Archeologists have found evidence of people living here since the Stone Age. After the Romans invaded, Dover became - and remains - the gateway to England. One of the best-preserved Roman villas in Britain is located here.

About Calais

Calais is located on the northern tip of France and allows easy access to both France and Northern Europe from the UK. With several arrivals and departures every hour, Calais ferry port is one of the most popular and cost-effective entry points to France. The Dover-Calais route is one of the best-known and most frequently used ferry routes in Europe.