If your traveling to England, then you currently can sail from Amsterdam, Belfast, Bilbao, Caen, Calais, Cherbourg, Dieppe, Dublin, Dunkirk, Hook of Holland, La Havre, Roscoff, Rotterdam, Santander and St Malo using Brittany Ferries, DFDS, P&O Ferries and Stena Line. Below is a list of all the current ferries to England.
Travelling to England by ferry can be a short a time as 90 minutes from France or from 24-32 hours depending on whether you decide to take a one or two night cruise from Spain.
As well as direct ferries there are number of other options. You could try either a ferry to Scotland or a ferry to Wales and make the drive down to England. England, Scotland and Wales are all linked with a great motorway network.
If your taking your dog or small pet with you on your travels, then you are in luck because all ferries allow you to travel with dogs and small animals. Each ferry operator has its own policy and usually offer kennels for dogs, with smaller animals remaining in your vehicle during the crossing.
If your planning a trip to the England soon, then why not have a look at our England Destination Guide as well as our individual city guides for some of England’s great cities, including London, Manchester and Newcastle.