Passengers have been quite happy with the services provided by Norfolkline ferries and so have been loyal to this ferry operator running ferries to France over the past few years. Being closer to the Northern France, Dover to Calais route was usually preferred by the passengers when compared to Dover to Dunkirque route but after the take over, Norfolkline ferries successfully expanded its operations beyond the boundaries and now they offer as many as 24 sailings across the Channel.
Have you ever noticed the long queuing of the passengers at the ferry terminal? Offering enough space to relax on the ferry vessel as well as a wide range of onboard services for the increasing number of travellers, the company has been highly praised and awarded by the Guardian. Another important service the Norfolkline ferry passengers enjoy on this route is the fleet of car ferries running across the channel crossings which are exclusively meant for motorists and no coach parties or foot passengers are allowed to board the ferry.
Travellers visiting France find the Dover- Dunkirque route much convenient as the port is less crowded than the Dover-Calais, simply because it is mostly engaged in freight services. Having direct access to the A16 and A25 motorways, the Dover-Dunkirque route is much convenient to travel France, Belgium, Scotland and beyond and you can reach your favourite destination in a much quicker way.