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The link between Portsmouth and Caen is served by the maritime company Brittany Ferries who provide availability for 20 sailings per week with frequent, all day departures and crossing times shorter than 7 hr 45 min. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. All travel options provide at least toilets and bar service, the longer routes also have self-service restaurants, shops and various cabin options.
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Port of PORTSMOUTH
Portsmouth is on the south coast of England. There are several ferry terminals in the city, serving the local area, namely Porstmouth Harbour Sation Pier, Southsea Hover Port and Wightlink Gunwarf Terminal. But the terminal for international ferries appears on the map as Portsmouth Port, located just north of Charles Dicken's Birthplace Museum. At the terminal you'll find a bar/café, open daily 06:00-22:30, a shop, bureau de change with cash machine, left luggage, free wifi, baby change room and area for breastfeeding mums, lost property, payphones and mobile charge points, information ... [More information]
Address: George Byng Way, Portsmouth PO2 8SP, UK
Directions: Google Map @ Portsmouth, port
Guide of OUISTREHAM (CAEN)
Ouistreham is a small town in Normandy, along the north coast of France. It lies at the mouth of the Canal de Caen à la Mer, with a population of just under 10,000 inhabitants. The town has a small harbour full of fishing boats, leisure craft, and a ferry-port for the city of Caen. A brief history of Ouistreham The name Ouistreham derives from the word ouistre, meaning 'oyster' and Saxon word ham, meaning 'village'. The town has been a trading port since the Middle Ages and is now part of the harbour authority for the nearby city of Caen. 'The Port of Caen' is composed of a series of ba... [More information]
20 weekly sailings - Duration: 5 hours 45 minutes
Ships: MONT ST MICHEL , NORMANDIE