Our ‘FAQ’ page shows the questions and answer to the most common queries made about booking and travelling by ferry! If your question hasn’t been answered by our FAQs, then please feel get in contact.
Coronavirus (Covid 19) is causing a lot of worry and uncertainty for everyone during these strange and unprecedented times. We here at Ferry To Europe are trying to keep up with all four nations guidelines. Have a look at our dedicated Covid-19 page for all the latest updates.
Travelling abroad during this pandemic is only permitted under certain circumstances set out under government guidelines. If you fall into this category you will have to comply with both UK Government guidelines and the guidelines set out by your destination country. Check out our “Travelling During the Pandemic” guide for more information.
Now Britain has left the EU, travellers will have to check they have all the correct documements in place to travel. Check out our new handy guide “Travelling After Brexit” for more information.
This will depend on which route you are taking. But as a general rule of thumb – yes, it’s a good idea to bring it. Check out of Passport and Identification page for more details.
Yes, your dog will need a passport and vaccinations prior to travelling. Have a look at our guide with information from the The UK Governments website for clarity.
While all the operators take a slightly different approach. As a general rule of thumb your dog will remain either in the onboard kennels or in your vehicle. (*some exemptions do apply). Have a look at our Travelling with a dog – On the ferry guide for more details.
Yes, yes we do. Both medicinal and home-remedies. Check out our Seasickness guide for some handy hints.
Of course, we here at Ferry to Europe want to make travel accessible to everyone. Why not check out our Accessible Travel Guide for more information.