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Royan-le Verdon

Charente-Maritime ⇔ Aquitaine
30 mins.
Variable
No
From: 4.00

Sassnitz-Ystad

Germany ⇔ Sweden
2h 30 mins.
Once per day
Yes
From: 30.50
Popular
dfds po-ferries

Dover-Calais

UK ⇔ France
1h 30 mins.
Up to 30 times p/day
No
From: 36.00
Popular
stenaline ferry

Harwich Hook of Holland

UK ⇔ Holland
6h 30 mins.
2 times per day
Optional
From: 49.00
Popular
holland norway lines

Eemshaven-Kristiansand

Holland ⇔ Norway
18 Hours
3 times per week
Yes
From: 98.00

Helsingor-Helsingborg

Denmark ⇔ Sweden
20 Minutes
continuous
Optional
From: 33.00

Puttgarden-Rodby

Germany ⇔ Denmark
45 mins.
continuous
Optional
From: 47.00
Popular
p-o ferries

Hull-Rotterdam

UK ⇔ Holland
11h 30 mins.
Once per day
Yes
From: 147.00

Ferry to France

Nice-Bastia

6 Hours
From: 77.00
From: 51.00

Newhaven-Dieppe

4 Hours
From: 39.00

Royan-le Verdon

30 mins.
From: 4.00
Popular
dfds seaways ferry

Dover-Dunkirk

2 Hours
From: 81.00

Marseille-Ajaccio

12h 30 mins.
From: 100.00

Ferry to Holland

Popular
dfds seaways ferry

Newcastle-Amsterdam

15h 30 mins.
From: 56.00

Den Helder-Texel

20 Minutes
From: 3.00
From: 15.00

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On FerryGoGo you will find information for the ferry best crossings in Europa and the world. For every destination we provide unique maps and travel opportunities.

We will also cover many popular international crossings. We look beyond the most obvious route. Sometimes driving a little further by car can mean a shorter ferry crossing and therefore save a lot of money.

You can also read on FerryGoGo how to get to popular destinations that do not have a direct ferry service.

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