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With Ryanair charging from £40 each way to carry skis this season, it’s now cheaper for holidaymakers to travel with SeaFrance than it is for just their skis to fly! SeaFrance crossings cost from £25 each way for a car and up to five passengers.
SeaFrance operate Dover-Calais ferries and the £25 each way fee for a car and up to five passengers, means that, with a full car, you can cross the Channel for £5 per person each way. The company operates up to 15 daily return crossings.
SeaFrance also allows customers to travel with a roof-box free of charge, giving them even greater comfort and flexibility with luggage.
After the 90-minute crossing on one of SeaFrance’s superferries, the French Alps are less than eight hours away, with plenty of opportunities for a break in the French countryside along the way.