Dover Calais carnet

Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by ericonabike, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. ericonabike

    ericonabike Read Only Funster

    Jan 19, 2012
    After some research, I think I've come across the cheapest and most flexible way to cross the Channel. I used DFDS this year, using their NEC offer and booking through Caravan club, but both avenues are now considerably more expensive.

    MyFerryLink [Sea France as was] sells 'carnets' of between 6 and 24 single journeys. Prices start at £31 and come down to £25 depending on size of carnet - there is a 25% surcharge for motorhomes, which meant that my 6-journey carnet came in at £232. They are completely flexible - valid for a year from the first journey booked. Supplements apply if used on some very popular dates and times, which are listed. But otherwise I reckon that three return crossings for £77.50 each is pretty good value. See if interested.
    • Like it Like it x 2

Share This Page