Compare Ferry Prices and Book Ferry Crossings Online with Ferry Price
We offer all the popular routes and convenient sailings including favorites with UK travellers such as the Isle of Wight, France, Ireland, Holland and Spain.
Many routes are served by more than one ferry operator, for example the Dublin to Holyhead route is served by both Stena Line and Irish Ferries. Because Ferry Price offer you the chance to book with either operator you can find the cheapest ferry prices either by traveling both ways with one operator or even taking your outward journey with one operator and your return with the other.
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- Ferry fares are lower when ships are lightly booked and rise as they fill up. So the earlier you book, the cheaper the fare. Check whether the deal on offer allows you to amend the booking at a later date.
- On a short route with frequent sailings, for example, Dover to Calais, have a look at prices for alternative crossings an hour or two either side of your ideal time. You will save money if these sailings are lightly booked and offer lower fares.
On longer routes with less frequent sailings, crossings on popular dates are often sold out months in advance, so again, book as early as you can.
- Other than on short channel routes, there is little competition in the ferry market. However, on routes that are to a certain extent interchangeable, such as crossings to Normandy, Ferry Price lets you compare fares from different companies meaning you can get better ferry prices than booking direct.
- You’re likely to find cheaper ferry prices if you travel midweek, if possible try and avoid crossing the channel on the weekend, when prices are higher.
When you've found the best price and you book your ferry ticket online a booking reference will be sent to you by email. On arrival at the port of departure present the booking reference number together with a photo ID and you will be given your ferry tickets.