LD Lines new fast ferry launch offers between Dover and Boulogne
LD Lines announces special introductory offers on Dover to Boulogne route
By TTM on 06 May 2009 in News
To mark the start of its new high speed ferry service between Dover and Boulogne from 29 May 2009, LD Lines has announced a special introductory offer of 2000 tickets from £27.50 each way for a car and four passengers.
Based on a 5 day return, the offer is subject to availability, must be booked by 28 May 2009 and is valid for travel to the end of September 2009.
From 1 June 2009, the new Dover - Boulogne service will also be available for foot passengers to travel to and from Boulogne on selected sailings. Foot passenger fares start from £9 each way - day return £18.
LD Lines brand new fast ferry "Norman Arrow" will increase service frequency on the Dover-Boulogne route from the current two return sailings daily (by conventional ferry) to six, with the vessel operating an additional four return sailings daily.
The new craft will operate at speeds of 40 knots, provide a crossing time of just one hour and has capacity for 1200 passengers, 417 cars, or combination of 195 cars and up to 30 freight vehicles.
All types of tourist traffic will be carried including cars, caravans, motorhomes, motorcycles, coaches, foot passengers, in addition to freight.
"Norman Arrow" will become the largest-ever fast ferry to operate on the cross channel routes between England and France and the first-ever freight carrying high vessel across the Dover Straits. She is also the world's largest diesel-powered catamaran and the first Incat built 112 metre craft to operate in Europe.
Book via www.ldlines.com or call : 0844 576 8836
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