Anyone Done Their French Homework??

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  1. dazzer

    dazzer Read Only Funster

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    Hi Folks

    We went to France in August last year and had a ball!!:thumb:

    Anyone done their homework as to the most cost effective way of transporting 3 adults and 2 kids in a 30 foot RV towing a 20 foot Jeep behind it to France in August??

    We used Sea France ferries last year and they were by far the cheapest, any help you can give to narrow down the search much appreciated!!!

    Cheers :thumb::Wink:
     
  2. stagman

    stagman Deleted User

    I always use sea france,cant find anything to beat it at the moment,usually search on line,best price i paid was £52 return never paid more than £100,easy to use web site cant go wrong.
     
  3. highwayman

    highwayman Funster Life Member

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    Hi Dazzer
    What about eurotunnel using tesco vouchers?
    We just sorted this years crossing for nuffing :thumb:
    Just a thought as i know you can part pay using them.


    regards...nige
     
  4. Road Runner

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    Yup love Eurotunnel with Tesco vouchers but they dont love me now i am on LPG:cry::cry:


    Big question now is does Dazzer shop at Tesco?:Wink:
     
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    Most of these sites cant handle over 8 mtr vehicles on there system so going direct seem the only option.
     
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    Yupp your right the RV is 9.1 mts long so its trawling the numerous ferry companies to get te best quote. Dont shop at Tescos so that one is out :cry: and Eurotunnel i always find is extremely expensive!! :Doh:

    Ill keep on checking but thanks to all for the heads up :thumb:
     
  8. Road Runner

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    Then a decision must be made and i reckon it's seafrance:thumb:
     
  9. stagman

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    I totally agree :thumb:
     
  10. Phil

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    The SeaFrance multitrip carnet is very good value this year, details on their website.

    Phil.
     
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