Norfolkline Ferries

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Norfolkline Ferries ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Norfolkline Ferries sailing to and from Dover to Dunkerque, Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and a service linking Rosyth to Zeebrugge.

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With the latest Norfolkline Ferries crossing information and timetables for all ferries sailing to and from Dover to Dunkerque, Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and a service linking Rosyth to Zeebrugge including information on the ferry ports and useful tourist information about the destinations our detailed route and city maps will help you plot your Norfolkline Ferries ferry journey.

If are travelling by car, with your family or as a solo foot passenger book a ferry crossing with Norfolkline Ferries and arrive at your destination refreshed, relaxed and happy.

Norfolkline Ferries offers fantastic fares to and from Dover to Dunkerque, Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and a service linking Rosyth to Zeebrugge ferry ports.

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About Norfolkline Ferries

Norfolkline operate 4 passenger ferry routes with sailings from Dover to Dunkerque, Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and a service linking Rosyth to Zeebrugge.

Whether you choose to travel on a day time or night time sailing from Belfast, Dublin or Liverpool (Birkenhead) you can be sure of a comfortable trip.

Norforlkline Ferries

With operations distributed across Europe, over 2 million ferry passengers, and more than 1.2 million quay-to-quay and door-to-door movements per year, more than 2,200 employees in 38 offices in 13 countries.

These operations include:

  • Passenger & freight ferry services on the English Channel
  • Passenger & freight ferry services on the Irish Sea
  • Passenger & freight ferry services between Belgium & Scotland
  • Freight ferry services on the North Sea
  • Door to door logistics services for refrigerated & non-refrigerated goods across Europe
  • Tailor made third & fourth party logistics solutions for a variety of industries

When travelling on Norfolkline's fleet of cross channel ferries, it takes approximately 2 hours from Dover to Dunkerque and with direct links to the A16 and A25 motorways, the Dover Dunkerque ferry route is more convenient than Calais for many destinations in France and beyond.

Onboard Norfolkline ferries you’ll find many facilities including a restaurant, cinema and spacious en-suite cabins. For more information, please visit our Norfolkline Irish Sea page.

Norfolkline Ferries Routes

Norfolkline Routes
Norfolkline Rosyth to Zeebrugge

A new vessel, constructed in Italy, will serve the new Zeebrugge to Rosyth route. The new Norfolkline ferry will provide a comfortable overnight sailing, with a variety of excellent onboard facilities. Only car passengers are allowed on the new route, and cabins will be mandatory. All cabins have en-suite toilet and shower facilities, and are air-conditioned.

In addition, there is a shuttlebus service at Rosyth port, which links the ferry terminal with the Inverkeithing railway station and the park and ride scheme at Ferrytoll, connecting the ferry service with the local bus and rail networks. The shuttle service operates for 3 hours after arrivals and before departures.

The Norfolkline run Rosyth Zeebrugge ferry service features up to 3 sailings weekly in each direction. The crossing duration is around 20 hours.

Norfolkline Cross Channel Ferries

Norfolkline provides a daily good-value, fast service across the channel between the English port of Dover and the French port of Dunkerque (Dunkirk).

Norfolkline Dover Crossing

Norfolk line is the only ferry company sailing to Dunkerque, which therefore offers much quieter roads and is much better situated for those wishing to travel into Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and beyond, and with direct links to the A16 and A25 motorways is more convenient than Calais for many French destinations as well.

Onboard Facilities

The Norfolkline fleet consists of the contemporary purpose built ships Maersk Dover, Maersk Dunkerque, and Maersk Delft, one of the newest fleets on the seas.

Onboard you will find 2 restaurants, a bistro, café, children's play areas, a VIP lounge offering first-class travel and great value shopping (wines, spirits, tobacco, famous fragrances and gifts).The frequent sailings and well-equipped vessels make it clear to see what makes Norfolkline a very popular choice for frequent cross channel travellers and those wishing to cross the channel affordably and in comfort!

Norfolkline Irish Sea Ferries

Norfolkline Irish Sea offer passengers more than 50 sailings each week between Belfast and Liverpool and Dublin and Liverpool (Birkenhead).

Norfolkline ferries took over the ferry to Ireland routes in 2005 from the previous operator; Norse Merchant Ferries, and the service to Liverpool offers potential costs savings with direct routes to the heart of England compared to ferries travelling to Wales or Scotland.

Norfolkline Irish Ferries

With a sailing time of 8 hours between the port of Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Belfast, and only 7 hours between port of Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Dublin, the Norfolkline route is the most convenient way to visit Ireland with a car.

Onboard Facilities

The Dublin Viking and Liverpool Viking are both RO/PAX vessels purpose built in 1997 in Donada, Spain. They Dublin Viking currently sails under an UK flag and operates on a dedicated route between Dublin, Ireland and Liverpool in England, UK.

The Mersey Viking and Lagan Viking are also RO/PAX vessels, purpose built by Cantiere Navale Visentini, Italy in 2005. The ferries currently sail under an Italian flag and operate on the dedicated route between Belfast, Northern Ireland and Liverpool Birkenhead, England.

All the Norfolkline Irish Sea ferries are well-equipped to ensure a comfortable sailing, with restaurants, play areas for younger children, onboard shop, cinema, the chance to upgrade to Club Class which has a variety of advantages, and comfortable cabins, which are included in the fare when travelling overnight.

Norfolkline Irish Sea’s modern ferries provide passengers with comfort and reliability all year round, so whether you choose to travel on a day time or night time sailing you can be sure of a comfortable trip.

Norfolkline News

DFDS Seaways has announced the acquisition of Norfolkline in a €346 million (£308 million) cash and share agreement. The deal creates what DFDS Seaways describes as "northern Europe's leading sea-based transport network".

Niels Smedegaard, chief executive of DFDS Seaways, said his company is a "perfect match" with Norfolkline.

Norfolkline Ferries

He added: "Norfolkline is a leading ferry and logistics company with a strong route network covering the North Sea, the English Channel and the Irish Sea, combined with a considerable logistics operation.

This means that DFDS' network in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea is expanded to include two new markets, the Channel and the Irish Sea." Mr Smedegaard went on to say that passengers will benefit from improved services as a result of the deal.

DFDS Seaways currently operates ferries to Amsterdam from Newcastle, as well as a Harwich to Esbjerg ferry link.


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