The Spirit of Britain entered service in 2011 and was designed by P&O Ferries specifically for the Dover to Calais service and takes just 90 minutes to sail between ports.
The Pride of Hull entered service in 2002 and was designed by P&O Ferries specifically for the Hull to Rotterdam service and takes just 10 hours to sail between ports.
The Pride of Kent entered service originally in the early 1990's as the freight ship European Highway. Rebuilt and overhauled in 2000 the ship re-entered service as the Pride of Kent.
The Pride of York is the oldest passenger ship in the fleet having entered service in 1987 and was built in the same shipyard as the famous cruise liner Queen Elizabeth II.
The choices are endless, choose between the Food Court Self Service, or the Brasserie a'La Carte.
The Club Lounge is exclusively on the Dover to Calais ships and offers peace and quiet during the 90 minute crossing. Drinks included.
From the last minute travel essentials through to the drinks for that special party, the shops onboard cover it all. Terminal service at Hull for foot passengers.
All the Dover ships have Family Lounges overlooking the front of the ship giving great views of the English Channel throughout the crossing.