Two renovated DFDS ferries on the Dover-Calais route are entering service this month, with one of the vessels already in operation.
After an appeal from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), Eurotunnel has again been prevented from operating ferry services between Dover and Calaias.
According to figures released by Discover Ferries, all UK ferry sectors are showing increases in vehicles transported in July, with coaches bringing the greatest increase.
From April 2014 Eavesway will become the official UK coach supplier to Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines.
SeaFrance has been officially liquidated by a French court and told to cease activity. The Tribunal de Commerce decided the cross-channel operator’s future after the European Commission ruled a €200m (£176m) bailout by the French […]
Legal battle for troubled operator results in failure to resume services after liquidation order SeaFrance has failed to resume its Dover to Calais services. The troubled firm was due to restart its services on Friday, […]
The Cardiff-Cork service, offering fares starting at £42 return, will run four times weekly with a luggage allowance of two medium-sized suitcases per person Descendents of one of the first Irish settlements in Wales have […]
Stena Line is to refurbish two large ships to be deployed on the Irish Sea for the Cairnryan to Belfast service. The new Stena Superfast vessels can accommodate 1200 passengers, 660 cars or 110 freight […]