Dover - Dunkirk/Calais sailings
Potential Blockade of Dover Port - Saturday 27th September 2014.
We are planning on operating our Dover-France ferry services as normal this weekend, but are aware of a potential protest planned at the Port of Dover this Saturday, 27 September. As always, we are in close contact with the Port of Dover regarding any potential disruption to services, and will advise all passenger and freight customers sailing with us over the weekend should we receive any notification that our service could be disrupted. For current travel updates, please visit our website: www.dfds.co.uk/travel-update or follow DFDS Seaways Updates on Twitter: @DFDSUKUpdates
Road Maintenance - Dover A20
A20 resurfacing work will take place from Monday 01st September until Saturday 27th September 2014 weather permitting and will take four weeks to complete. Maintenance will be carried out between 20:00 and 08:00 every night. Diversions will be in place over this period.
Please allow additional time when travelling to the Port of Dover due to traffic delays.
Road Maintenance - Dunkirk/Calais A16
Due to essential road maintenance on the A16 highway between Marck and St Folquin renovation please be aware of the following road maintenence
A16 - Calais bound between Monday 15th - Friday 26th September 2014
Diversion will be put in place over this period. Please allow extra time when travelling to the Port of Calais/Dunkirk due to traffic delays.
Travel Management Improvements - Port of Dover
The port of Dover is undergoing significant works for the benefit of all its customers and for the next two months arrangements at the front of the port are flexible. The Travel Centre itself is now closed. If you would like to purchase tickets at port, or if you have a ticket enquiry, please make your way to one of the DFDS Seaways check-in booths where we will be happy to help. Alternatively, pre-purchase your tickets online or telephone our contact centre on 0871 574 7235. (Calls cost up to 10p a min plus network charges). For more information on the work taking place and how this will benefit customers long term, visit the Port of Dover website.