Are you planning a trip to France? The ferry is the most advantageous means of transport for visiting France with a personal vehicle. Aboard the ferry, you can fully enjoy the crossing by resting in sleeper cabins, relaxing in the lounges and dedicated areas, eating in the brasserie and having fun at the cinema and video games room.
The ferry terminal at Cherbourg is ideally located for visiting the Cotentin Peninsula and the Lower Normandy region. The port of Cherbourg is close to the major dual carriageway routes of the département of La Manche and allows you to reach Saint Malo and the Emerald Coast in under 3 hours.
The Portsmouth – Cherbourg ferry connection has one departure every day. The crossing between the ferry terminal at Portsmouth and the Cherbourg ferry terminal takes between three and four hours. Ferry times are from 7.30 to 15.30. The ferries from the port of Portsmouth also offer connections to the ports of Caen (Ouistreham), St Malo and Le Havre.
The company that provides a link between the port of Portsmouth and the port of Cherbourg: