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DFDS has launched its 2016 sailing schedule for its Dover-France services, meaning crossings to Calais and Dunkirk are now available to book.

The line now offers up to ten extra crossings, with up to 54 sailings per day. With a third ship entering service on the Dover – Calais route from January 2016, the ferry service now offers passengers the choice of up to 30 crossings between Dover and Calais every day.

Fares for all dates in 2016 are now available to book and start from £39 each way for a car with up to nine passengers.

Clients can head to Dunkirk from Dover for a quicker route to more northern destinations in Belgium, the Netherlands and beyond with up to 24 crossings per day and fares from £39 each way for a car and up to nine passengers.

For more information see www.dfds.co.uk or call 0871-521 5522.

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