Find a Brand, Shop or Product
If you want to take your car to Caen, St Malo, Roscoff or Santander then this is the site to use to book your journey. Book early to ensure you get the cabin of your choice and really early if you’re planning to go in the holiday season. You’ll find clear route guides and timetables here and you can combine your crossing with one of their holiday offers for self-catering and hotel accommodation throughout France and Spain.
Condor Ferries' giant high-speed sea-cat sails from Poole and Weymouth to St Malo via Jersey or Guernsey. The company also runs a conventional five hour ferry crossing service for those who want to take a large vehicle or motor-home across. This is much the fastest way to get to St Malo but only runs during spring and summer months as the sea-cat does not suit rough seas. I’m not joking so if you suffer from sea sickness I would suggest you take a longer crossing on their traditional ferry.
Eurodrive will help you book your car ferry from the UK to France, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands and Ireland plus Eurotunnel and gives you full information about operators, routes and ports. So if you want a ferry to Roscoff in Ireland for example, they'll not only give you a choice of routes which you can book online but also give you the direct link to the town website. Before you book do check the prices directly on the operators website to ensure you're getting the best and latest deal.
If you haven’t already tried it this is a great way to cross the Channel. Eurotunnel will take you and your car from Folkestone to Calais (as well as other European Destinations) and make the crossing in just 35 minutes. If you're slightly late for your train you can usually get onto the next one (except in peak times) as they leave every 20 minutes. A word of warning. Don't forget your roofbox is on top when you drive towards the train. It's really not a good idea!
Ferryprice promises to find you the cheapest current fare from a variety of major ferry operators including P & O, Stena Line, Sea France and Brittany Ferries. Sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn’t because the ferry operators have special offers in very short timescales so check here and then go to the main operator’s website and check there too.
Taking you from Holyhead and Pembroke across to Dublin and Rosslare and then on down to Cherbourg and Roscoff, Irish Ferries offer you an extremely modern fleet including Ulysses, the World's largest car ferry. There’s lots of information on this website about timetables and fares, on board shopping and upgrades to their Club class and (yes you guessed it) offers for holidays in Ireland.
Norfolkline is a new ferry company operating brand new cross channel ferries from Dover to Dunkerque which is more convenient than Calais for many destinations in France and is also better situated for Belgium and Holland as well as providing shorter drive times to Germany and Switzerland. They also offer Irish ferry routes from Liverpool to both Belfast and Dublin.
P&O Ferries offers crossings to and from the South to Calais, Le Havre, Cherbourg and Bilbao plus Zebrugge and Rotterdam from Hull and across the Irish Sea. Register your car details to make the site even quicker to use. You can book online and if you’re thinking of using another website to make your booking with P & O check the price here before you do so as you’ll often find excellent special offers at certain times of the year.
Superfast Ferries offer you a high quality service whether you’re traveling between Italy and Greece, between Finland and Germany, or between Scotland and Belgium. You can download their Booking Request Form and fax it back to them, book online, or alternatively you can contact one of the many agents on the clear Worldwide listings they supply on the site.
Wightlink Isle of Wight Ferries operates a round-the-clock service between the English mainland and the Isle of Wight. They run every day of the year on three routes across the Solent and sail up to 230 times a day so if you want to cross over to the Isle of Wight, with or without your car, this is the place for you.