Portsmouth Ferry Port - For Full Information on Portsmouth Port - Click Here
Situated just to the north of the Naval Base is the Continental Ferry Port, which is the UK's 2nd busiest, offering both passenger & freight services. With seven destinations across France, Spain and the Channel Islands to choose from, passengers travelling via Portsmouth Continental Ferry Port are spoilt for choice.
Bilbao Ferry Port - For Full Information on Bilbao Port - Click Here
Bilbao is the largest city in the Basque Country in northern Spain and the capital of the province of Biscay. The port of Bilbao is the most important one in the north of Spain and one of the most important in the Bay of Biscay. In 2005, the port moved 36.8 million tonnes, being the fourth port of Spain after Algeciras, Barcelona and Valencia.
A P&O ferry service links Santurtzi, near Bilbao, to Portsmouth. The Pride of Bilbao ferry departs from the port of Bilbao, 15 km north west of the city centre. A service operated by Acciona Trasmediterranea served the same route from May 16, 2006 until April 2007.
Dover - Calais - P&O offer a large choice of crossings throughout the day between Dover to Calais, the most popular ferry crossing of the channel. There are 22 Crossings a day with an average crossing time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Hull - Rotterdam - Your Hull Rotterdam ferry is a fantastic link to Holland and also offers road links to Germany thanks to the city’s excellent motorway connections. There are 7 crossings a week with each taking around 11 hours.
Hull - Zeebrugge - Get the ferry to Zeebrugge in Belgium. This fantastic route to the continent is offered 7 times a week with a sailing time of 13 hours and 30 minutes.
Portsmouth - Bilbao - Avoid the airport and cruise to Spain! With departures every three days, for the majority of the year, taking the ferry from Portsmouth to Bilbao is a fantastic alternative to a flight. Start your holiday early with 3 crossings a week and a sailing time of 33 hours and 45 minutes.
Liverpool - Dublin (P&O Irish Sea) - Get the ferry direct from two of Europe's most popular cities, Dublin and Liverpool. P&O offer this ferry crossing 12 times a week with an average sailing time of 8 hours depending on conditions.
P &O stands The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, which is usually known as P&O, was a British shipping and logistics company which dates from the early 19th century. Its head office was in London. In March 2006 it was sold to Dubai Ports World for £3.9 billion.
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