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Message posted by LYDIAK31/10/2019 at 4:05pm
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Just starting to check Ferry prices for next April and they seem to have gone up by a lot from this year, anybody else seen a rise too? I am looking at both Dover /Calais and Hull/ Zeebrugge.

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Message posted by seanfdh31/10/2019 at 4:14pm
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Our Plymouth-Roscoff return in August is slightly cheaper than last year.(Probably because we booked a bit earlier this year.)

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Message posted by allanguest31/10/2019 at 9:02pm
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Have not noticed that but I am looking at other crossings.

If you are a caravan club member, and depending on your destination,other routes may be viable.

I looked at Harwhich-Hook yesterday and it was app 160 return for car and van next June.

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Message posted by Baileyjake07/11/2019 at 2:05pm
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i have found that they are the same as they were last year in august via the CAMC but much cheaper than last year (but still more than CAMC but by a lesser difference)than booking with BF directly.

this is portsmouth to caen out saturday night and return monday morning.

really the saving with CAMC is the cabin price which is 100.

last year though the ferry was much more expensive booking direct and indeed the the saving via CAMC easilly covered the mambership fee.

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Message posted by Pixie_Hez11/11/2019 at 7:34am
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We have just booked our Brittany Ferries crossing through the caravan club and it was about 30 cheaper than what we paid last year for almost identical dates and times. We considered Hull to Zebrugge but when we saw the price my husband nearly had a fit! It would be a much easier drive for us to get to Hull but a longer drive at the other end so we decided to stick with Portsmouth to Caen.

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Message posted by SW30713/11/2019 at 10:36am
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Just booked Hull to Zebrugge and was pleasantly surprised (first time booking out of school holidays and not taking children as now all left home )

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Message posted by Suzac13/11/2019 at 8:10pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Pixie_Hez on 11/11/2019
We have just booked our Brittany Ferries crossing through the caravan club and it was about 30 cheaper than what we paid last year for almost identical dates and times. We considered Hull to Zebrugge but when we saw the price my husband nearly had a fit! It would be a much easier drive for us to get to Hull but a longer drive at the other end so we decided to stick with Portsmouth to Caen.



I found the same yesterday when I booked by phone with the CAMC. Poole/Cherbourg out mid May and Roscoff/Plymouth home early July - total cost 274-80 including Night site vouchers 87-80 nett cost 187.

Have to take into account that I could've got cheaper sites with Acsi card but probably only costing an extra 10 using Night site vouchers


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Message posted by alan2915/11/2019 at 10:20am
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Not in any clubs and not towing a caravan. Booked Hull-Zeebrugge through Nutt Travel and saved 35. Not a fortune, but enough to buy a bottle of wine each way with our dinner.
https://nutttravel.com/book-ferry/


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