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The line from Le Havre to Portsmouth is provided by the maritime company Brittany Ferries who make 5 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 5 hr 30 min and 5 hr 30 min. evening departure times for these crossings. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. Each passenger will receive all on board instructions by ground and cabin crew, who can guide you to your chosen accommodation and inform you of the on board services.
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Port of LE HAVRE
Le Havre is on the north coast of France, where the river Seine reaches the English Channel. The passenger ferry terminal is quite close to the city centre. Just south of the Natural History Museum. The small terminal contains including toilets, vending machines for coffee and snacks, a baby change room. Muzzled dogs on a lead are allowed in all areas of the port. The building is wheelchair-accessible, and there are disabled toilets, the shuttle bus has a wheelchair ramp, and there is disabled parking in front of the terminal and wheelchairs are available in case of emergencies. Getting to and... [More information]
Address: Terminal de la Citadelle Le Havre 76600
Directions: Google Map @ Le Havre, port
Guide of PORTSMOUTH
Portsmouth, situated very close to the south coast of England, is separated by the narrow Portsea Creek – making it the UK’s only island city! Considered the home of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth houses two-thirds of its fleet. A brief history of Portsmouth In the thirst century, the Romans built a port nearby at Portchester. In 1180 a merchant called Jean De Gisors founded a little town in South-West corner of Portsea Island, and the city was born. In 1188 a Parish church was built along with houses, buildings and a market. However, by the 14th century, England was in a period of alm... [More information]
5 weekly sailings - Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes