Norfolkline has become DFDS Seaways.As the travel comparison site for ferries, travelsupermarket.com brings you all the major ferry services between the UK and Europe, including the modern ships and route variety of Norfolkline ferry services from Dover to Dunkirk, Liverpool to Belfast and Dublin and Rosyth to Zeebrugge. Norfolkline logo

Norfolkline first started operating ferry services in 1969. With over 30 years experience, last year they transported more than 1.5 million passengers on their daily routes from Dover to Dunkirk and Liverpool to Belfast and Dublin. In 2009 they were named the `Best Ferry Company’ in the Guardian Travel Awards for the second consecutive year, and Norfolkline are rightly proud of their award winning service.

Norfolkline’s ferry service between Rosyth and Zeebrugge will cease operating on the 15th of December 2010, and so cannot be booked beyond this date.

Norfolkline’s ferries

Norfolkline - map of routes

Norfolkline routes

All of Norfolkline’s eight sleek, well equipped ferries offer passengers bars and restaurants serving appetising meals and snacks, relaxing lounges with sea views, well stocked shops and dedicated children’s activities and play areas keeping the whole family busy. Onboard Norfolkline’s Dover to Dunkirk ferries, passengers can get away from it all by upgrading to first class whilst on one of the four purpose-built ferries operating on the Irish Sea between the cities of Belfast and Dublin and Liverpool passengers can have that something extra by upgrading to club class or booking a spacious cabin. The Scottish Viking operating between Rosyth and Zeebrugge was built in 2009 specifically for the route she serves. In addition to the features already mentioned, this luxury cruise-ferry is equipped with comfortable and spacious cabins, a roomy cinema, a casino table and live entertainment every evening between 8pm and midnight and bingo every morning between 11am and midday ensuring that life on board is never dull.