Le Havre

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Le Havre Ferry Services

  • Brittany Ferries Portsmouth to Le Havre
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 8 hr
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Ferry to Le Havre reviews

  • "Brittany Ferries"

    Overall, I was very satisfied. Very friendly staff. Good food. My cabin was nice but the bathroom smell was not that great.

    'Martin' travelled by Ferry to Le Havre with Brittany Ferries on Etretat

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  • "Le havre crossing"

    Value for money

    'Stephen' travelled by Ferry to Le Havre with Brittany Ferries on Etretat

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  • "the badger's abroad "

    Fantastic trip everything about sailing was just great.

    'Gerald' travelled by Ferry to Le Havre with Brittany Ferries on Etretat

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  • "Cheap and cheerful"

    Brittany Ferries normally provide an upmarket ferry service with superior accommodation and an excellent restaurant. The Portsmouth/le Havre service is unashamedly more basic and is priced accordingly. This service is primarily a trucking route and cars make up a minority of the ferry loading. The car passenger facilities are perfectly adequate but are quite basic (eg there is a café but not a full-service restaurant). One needs to be aware that most of the cars are parked in the open air on the top vehicle deck. There is good screening but, in rougher weather, I suspect some salt water may get deposited on one's vehicle. Drivers need to be aware that some manoeuvring is required when exiting the ferry as many of the cars have to be turned round. The Brittany Ferries staff are helpful in guiding drivers but, particularly when it's dark, its a more fiddly experience than normal roll-on and roll-off ferries. This could be a problem if driving a larger car. The need to manoeuvre so many cars means that it can be quite time consuming to disembark. This drawback is offset by the rapid Border Control processes. With fewer cars than most cross channel ferries there is less of a queue at passport control - a very welcome feature. Overall, this is a good and well organised no-frills service and I one I'd recommend if you don't require the more deluxe service offered by Brittany Ferries' other routes.

    'James' travelled by Ferry to Le Havre with Brittany Ferries on Etretat

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