Dover/Calais deals?

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  1. Ber090

    Ber090 Funster Life Member

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    We have just thought that after the Newark Show we could head for Dover and get 3 weeks in Provence ( September weather looks good) Any one know of the best deals going at present for Dover / Calais?
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    I didn`t shop around much, but we got a mid-day`ish sailing next Tuesday..

    9mtr M.H. = £75 one way,which didn`t seem bad..

    D.F.D.S..
     
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    Provence, a diverse region, mountains, beaches, cote d, azure, villages perches, a to die for place indeed.
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    Don't know if it will still work, but MyFerrylink, we have booked for October using the code BIRTHDAY....7.25 metre motorhome, £19 each way (y)
     
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    Ber090 Funster Life Member

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    Thanks to you all. P & O through C.c.club have decent times at £90.04 return. If only the clubs website would let me book it!
    Cheers
    Bernie
     
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    Just go to the p&o site direct just had a quick look not really nailed it down but could get a return for £84 without trying much
     
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    Don't go with dfds sky high prices, just got collared for extra £88 had booked as normally do 7m x 2.35 which was naughty as we're 3m high but they've not bothered before and wouldn't have thought height would be an issuethat was £117.00 so over £200.00 went twice last year
    For £100.00 and they were both returns no issues, they must be trying to claw money back
     
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    Booked with myferry last Fri for a crossing in Dec £19.00 one way with code birthday.
     
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