How long does it take from England to France by ferry?
How long is the ferry from UK to France? The quickest ferry crossings to France are from Dover. Dover to Calais ferries take around 90 minutes to cover the 31 mile crossing, while a popular alternative is the Dover to Dunkirk ferry which takes just over 2 hours to complete a 44 mile trip.
What is the shortest route across the English Channel?
The shortest distance across the Channel is from Shakespeare Beach, Dover, to Cap Gris Nez (the headland halfway between Calais and Boulogne). This distance is 18.2 nautical miles which is approximately 21 land miles.
How long is Dover to Calais ferry crossing?
Many people ask ‘how long is the ferry from Dover to Calais’ and are delighted when we tell them it takes only 90 minutes. It’s our fastest crossing and it gives you more time to explore Europe at your leisure.
Can you sail from UK to France?
WHERE CAN YOU GET A FERRY TO FRANCE FROM THE UK? Sail to France from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth on the south coast of England. Portsmouth is just 2 hours from London and has routes to the French ports of St Malo, Caen, Cherbourg and Le Havre. Sail to Roscoff from Plymouth and Cherbourg from Poole.
Is ferry cheaper than Eurotunnel?
Generally speaking the ferry is usually slightly cheaper, but whichever option you choose, make sure to shop around for deals and book well ahead of time to get the best-value fares.
How long is it from England to France?
The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between France and United Kingdom is 1,092 km= 679 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from France to United Kingdom, It takes 1.21 hours to arrive.
Has anyone died swimming the English Channel?
Like any extreme sport, Channel swimming has risks attached to it, and over the years ten swimmers have died while attempting the swim.