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  1. motorhomewave

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    Just in case anybody is looking for a cheap channel ferry crossing, I have just booked a Dover-Calais return ferry crossing at the end of March with SeaFrance for £45.00 for a 6.00m MH, seems a good deal to me !
     
  2. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Go for it !!!

    I always use Sea France..the boats are cleaner and quicker across, the staff are more friendly and the food is food and not the crap that P&O throw at you !!!..:thumb:
     
  3. neilmac

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    Seems a good deal:thumb:

    We've used them a few times now and probably will do again for our next crossing in February.
     
  4. laika

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    Hi sorry beat you £19 each way plus £2 conservation tax for 6m m/h both day time crossings out May back July Regards Laika :Rofl1: Have a nice hol.
     
  5. kevandmarg

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    £63 return in June, just too late booking for the £38 deal
     
  6. Edgie

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    £95 in July/August .... saved £700 over Brittany Ferries
     
  7. markymark

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    P & O ferries.
    Dover-Calais
    Outbound the 7th June 0330
    Return the 24th June 1610
    £62:Smile:
     
  8. Lincolnshire Rover

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    When booking online with SeaFrance use the offer code " BROWN " this will give you extra discount not a lot of people know that :thumb:
     
  9. Bulletguy

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    I usually use SeaFrance but currently i'm getting better prices from P&O, even with an offer code from SeaFrance. I always cross check to get comparisons.

    As for food 'SP'.....at the exorbitant prices charged by both ferry companies I wouldn't bother. If travelling during the day, go to Flunch at any Auchan where you will get a damn good meal for a fiver plus 'seconds' for free if you want more too. Funny how most going back for 'seconds' are all brits!
     
  10. pappajohn

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    Summat fer nowt innit!!!!!:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
  11. haganap

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    £45 wow have they put the prices up :Rofl1:

    sorry couldn;t resist we booked for £43:Wink:
     
  12. warwick

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    Lets hope SeaFrance stay in business then!
     

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