Everything you need to know about the Poole to France ferry
Poole has the second largest natural harbour in the world. The port is linked by the A31 to the M27, and from there to the M3 to London. National Express operate a regular coach service from London Victoria and other UK pick up points to Poole. The railway station is located in the centre of town and is approximately a 20-25 minute walk to the ferry terminal. Btittany Ferries and Condor Ferries both operate a Poole to France ferry.
Brittany Ferries operate 2 crossings between Poole and Cherbourg on weekdays and 3 sailings per day at weekends. They provide a daily day-time crossing from Poole and an overnight cruise back from Cherbourg on the Barfleur, taking 4.5 hours. With elegant surroundings, a restaurant, bar, comfortable accomodation and reclining seat lounges, you can just sit back, unwind and enjoy the experience
In addition they have a high speed service on the Normandie Vitesse, leaving at 07:15 and returning at 11:15. This crossing takes 2.5 hours and runs from April to October. You can get a quote and make a booking on the companies website.They also provide information on timetables, fares, special offers and onboard facilities.
Condor Ferries offer a seasonal service from Poole to St. Malo, in Brittany, from May to September. They provide 7 crossings weekly with a sailing time of approximately 4.5 hours. Condor offer great onboard comfort and services. You can book online on their website and they also have a selection of special ferry trip offers, which are worth a look.
Whichever operator you choose when you get the Poole to France ferry, you are guaranteed an efficient service with fantastic facilities, and you'll arrive on the continent fully refreshed.
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