Two ultra modern ferries bolster the Dieppe - Newhaven route and contribute to the economic growth and development of tourism in Normandy and in Dieppe, a city of Art and History. During the 2015 summer season, a third rotation was introduced from 1st May to 30th September. The Côte d’Albâtre and the Seven Sisters sail twice daily, Monday through Sunday, between Dieppe and Newhaven on a 4-hour crossing. Both ferries have been thoroughly outfitted with all amenities and services: areas to relax, panoramic lounge, bar, restaurant, boutique, children’s corner, 50 cabins fitted with all requisite comfort for a 4-hour sailing cruise. ◊ png - 573.1 kb The ferries can accommodate up to 54 HGVs, 320 cars depending on freight load, and 600 passengers. Panoramic lounge on board the Côte d’Albâtre jpg - 172.4 kb The Terminal has an attractive outdoor public area available to pre-boarding passengers; it accommodates a visitor car park; The Terminal offers ideal conditions to receive passengers. Customs and Excise services are also accommodated at the Terminal where they discharge their public service missions; The Cross Channel Terminal upgrade for compliance with security standards is reassuring for both passengers and hauliers; The Business Centre near by the Ferry Terminal supports the commercial offer by DFDS Seaways, the operator.