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Pride of Burgundy Ferry

To book your ferry ticket onboard Pride of Burgundy or any other P&O Ferries simply select your outward & return routes, then the number of passengers and click the get price button. You will then be taken to the booking page where you can select you exact requirements for your journey and obtain your personalised ferry ticket quote.

P&O Ferries Ferry Pride of Burgundy

P&O Ferries Pride of Burgundy - Further Ferry Information and Vessel Description

The Pride of Burgundy is a cross-channel ferry operated by P&O Ferries. The ship was originally to be the fourth 'European Class' freight only vessel for P&O European Ferries Dover-Zeebrugge route to be named European Causeway. Due to demand on the Dover-Calais route the ship was converted to a multi-purpose ferry (passengers and freight) prior to completion with the addition of extra superstructure. By capacity Pride of Burgundy is one of the smallest DoverCalais ferries, only taking 1,420 passengers and 600 cars. For full information on P&O Ferries - Click Here.

Part of the PO Ferries Fleet Pride of Burgundy

This ship consists of 9 decks. The vehicles are placed at deck 3-5. Passengers' leisure area is at deck 7-8. The open deck is at the aft of deck 9. Smoking area and non-smoking area is separated at open deck.

Because of her conversion to multi-purpose passenger vessel during construction the Pride of Burgundy has no identical sisters. She does however share a number of mechanical, layout and visual features with the other 'European Class' ships in the P&O fleet:- European Seaway, Pride of Canterbury (converted from European Pathway) and Pride of Kent (converted from European Highway). Unlike the converted Pride of Canterbury and Pride of Kent, Pride of Burgundy retains a number of cabins on deck 7 though these are not for passenger use.

P&O Ferries Pride of Burgundy Ferry Statistics

  • Length - 179.7 m
  • Breadth - 28.3 m
  • Draught - 6.27 m
  • Speed - 21 knots
  • Engines - 4 x Sulzer ZA40S Diesels
  • Built - 1993
  • Yard - Schichau Unterweser AG, Germany
  • Propellers - Triple controllable pitch propellers
  • Cars - 600
  • Passengers - 1420