Boulogne Port Ferry Overview
Boulogne is located in the North of France in the Pas de Calais region. Boulogne is a famous fishing port. Boulogne is divided into the Old town built within the Roman fortifications and the New town which is where the main fishing area is located as well as Boulogne Ferry port.
Boulogne Ferry Port is located at the mouth of river Liane, just a short walk from the Boulogne town centre. This enables passengers using the service to take advantage of all the amenities located in the town such as shops, restaurants and bars. Following the closure of Speed Ferries who used to operate along the route, LD Lines opened the service again in February 2009 with full service following the redevelopment of the ferry terminal starting in July 2009 using their high speed vesse; the Norman Arrow. The new Euroferries service to Ramsgate also operates from Boulogne linking the 2 ports in just 75 minutes.
Boulogne's new Ferry terminal offers modern facilities for both Freight and passenger traffic with services available for coaches, cars and foot passengers. Four return sailings are offered each day offering capacity for 1850 passengers, 700 cars and 110 lorries.