Win a Ferry Crossing to France

Win a Ferry Crossing to France

Brittany Ferries is offering the chance to win a return ferry crossing for
a standard car and up to five passengers

With frequent sailings from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth, Brittany Ferries take you direct to Brittany and Normandy, saving you miles of driving, fuel costs, tolls and overnight stops.

You can choose to cruise across by day or overnight (literally arriving to smell the coffee!), or take a high-speed service arriving in France in as little as 180 minutes. Either way, the trip itself is a real part of your holiday, thanks to the exceptional on-board facilities – there’s something to keep all the family happy!

Brittany Ferries do more than just get you there, they can also take care of your holiday accommodation – there are hundreds of cottages, villas and apartments to choose from plus a wide range of resort, hotel and golf breaks.

Even if you only have a day or two to spare, why not hop across the Channel for a day-trip or short break?

There are hundreds of great sites and attractions within easy striking distance of Brittany Ferries’ French ports, including the D-Day Landing beaches and the world-famous Mont-SaintMichel. And by taking your car you can stock up on delicious French wine and cheese before you come home!

This is your chance to win a return crossing for a standard car and up to five passengers.

Sorry but this competition is now closed. Please keep checking our competitions page to view the latest giveaways.

Subject to availability. The prize does not cover extras or upgrades. Peak sailings and July and August excluded. Insurance and land-based accommodation not included. The return ferry crossing is available until December 31, 2018. Competition ends on February 28, 2018. By entering the prize draw you give permission for us to use personal information in connection with the prize draw and will be automatically be signed up to our newsletters. 

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