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The Dieppe-Newhaven ferry line

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The Dieppe-Newhaven maritime connection is the shortest route to reach London and discover the charming villages on England’s south coast, or historic seaside resorts such as Brighton and Eastbourne.

Vue aérienne ferry

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.

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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
Panoramic lounge on board the Côte d’Albâtre
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  • 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.

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