Dover to Boulogne

Dover to Boulogne is a relatively short ferry crossing route and is another good alternative to busy Dover to Calais route. The Dover-Boulogne route was opened in 1966 by Townsend Car Ferries using an SRN6 passenger-only hovercraft. You will find comfort ferry travel from England to France.

On board you will find all of the attractions you have come to expect from travelling on ferries including a great range of food, places to eat out and drink, excellent shopping, and private cabins for busy business people and areas for the kid`s to play.

Dover is a town and largest ferry port in the home county of Kent, in South East England and faces France across the English Channel. Boulogne is about well placed for drivers who plan to travel to western and southern France, as it`s a little further south west along the French coastline compared to Calais, which is about 35km away.

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