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LD Lines have decided to discontinue the Dover - Dieppe route due to lack of demand. Please try the alternative Dover - Boulogne route also served by LD Lines.

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Further Information on the Dover - Dieppe Ferry Route

The most popular Channel Ferry Route is the Dover to Calais route. This is due to it being a very short journey and an easy and cheap link between England and France. Despite this the Dieppe route can offer a great alternative especially for those who are planning to head further South in France. LD Lines are the ferry operator offering crossings between Dover and Dieppe but with plenty of crossings each day there is a great choice of crossing times to suit the needs of all passengers travelling on this route. To purchase tickets for any other channel crossings - Click Here

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At the Port of Dover Ferry Terminal you will find a friendly and efficient welcome. The Port of Dover has long been one of the world's premier seaports, with centuries of maritime heritage. Presented with a Royal Charter in 1606, the port is over 400 years old. Today, the experience at Dover is a singularly modern one. Driven by massive investment, state-of-the-art facilities, excellent modern transport links and award-winning customer service, the port is very much a 21st century operation.

Four ferry companies currently operate from the port, 2 which connecting to connecting to Calais in France. P&O Ferries and SeaFrance operate from the Eastern Docks Ferry Port. For motorists and lorry drivers, there's a ferry departure on average every 30 minutes when taken across all operator schedules. Foot passenger services at the ferry terminal operate between 06.00 and 19.30 hours. Dover port aim to get you to your destination as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Dover is close to the main routes to London via the A2 and M2 motorway or by the M20 which joins the M25 and M26. The ferry terminal is well signposted from both motorways and upon arrival in Dover.

Dover is a town and major ferry port in the county of Kent, England. It faces France across the narrowest part of the English Channel. The town is the administrative centre of the Dover District.

Its strategic position has always been evident throughout its history: archaeological finds have revealed that the area has always been a focus for peoples entering and leaving Britain, and this continues to this day. The town gives its name both to the surrounding chalk cliffs, which a form a gateway to the port; and to the narrow sea passage - the Straits of Dover - on which it stands. The cliffs also gave Britain its ancient name of Albion ("white").

One measure of the importance of Dover's links with France is that only a few English towns/cities have names in French different from their English names: these are Dover (Douvres), London (Londres) and Canterbury (Cantorbéry).

The Dover Harbour Board is the responsible authority for the running of the Port of Dover.

The English Channel, here at its narrowest point in the Straits of Dover, is the busiest shipping lane in the world. Ferries crossing between here and the Continent have to negotiate their way through the constant stream of shipping crossing their path. The Dover Strait Traffic Separation Scheme allots ships separate lanes when passing through the Strait. The Scheme is controlled by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency of HM Customs, whose headquarters is at Langdon Battery in Dover

The Port of Dover is also used by cruise ship passengers, and the old Dover Marine railway station building, together with a newly built one, cater for those passengers..

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Dieppe is the gateway to Normandy and one of the entry points to France for Briton's travelling by ferry. The port itself is rather basic, handling ferries from a single route, but the city itself is charmingly Gallic and offers plenty more facilities. Services available in the ferry terminal itself are limited to a café and a newsagent; however, the Pont Ango bridge nearby is home to a tourist office as well as a bank.

Dieppe is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department and Haute-Normandie region of France. A port on the English Channel, famous for its scallops, and with a regular ferry service from the Gare Maritime to Newhaven and Dover in England, Dieppe also has a popular pebbled beach, a 15th-century castle and the churches of Saint Jacques and Saint Rémi.

Further Information on the Dover Dieppe Ferry Route

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Portsmouth - Le Havre - Located 100 miles apart, Portsmouth and Le Havre is a daily connection on offer from LD Lines and a fantastic alternative to the Dover Calais route. The route is operated on the vessel, The Norman Spirit and the crossing takes around 5 and a half hours.

Dover - Boulogne - A new service offered by LD lines reopening the route that was closed following the shutdown of Speed Ferries in 2008. This service runs all year round with up to 4 crossings a day on offer and a crossing time of just 1 hour and 45 minutes on board the vessel Norman Spirit.

Dover - Dieppe - Another new service offered by LD lines runs all year round with up to 6 crossings on offer and a crossing time of 4 hours and 15 minutes.

LD Lines are a French-owned shipping company offering freight and passenger services, with both deep-sea and ferry operations.. Their ferry routes are on the English Channel and Mediterranean Sea. LD Lines are the parent company of Transmanche Ferries.

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