Aberdeen Ferry - Book a Aberdeen Ferry with Ferry Travel.com
ABERDEEN FERRY WITH FERRY TRAVEL.COM
Ferry Travel.com is an international ferry dedicated site enabling you to see the routes, timetables, crossing times and prices for all major European ferry operators as well as for the North American operators providing ferry service in and to Alaska, British Columbia & Washington State.
You can book your Aberdeen Ferry crossing simply and securely online using the drop down menus below. You can easily compare the prices of different ferry crossings so that you are confident you have chosen the best deal.
Ferry Travel.com offers a ticketless service. When your booking is complete you will immediately be given a booking reference number which is all that is needed to board your Aberdeen Ferry.
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ABERDEEN FERRY PORT INFORMATION
The Port of Aberdeen is one of Britain's busiest ports, & is the principal commercial port for the North East of Scotland. Handling over 9,000 visiting ships & approximately 4 million tonnes of cargo a year, the Port is also Scotland's main East Coast ferry port & port-of-call for cruise ships..
Follow the A90 to Aberdeen from either Forfar or Peterhead, or from the A96 from Inverness. Then follow the signs to the Ferry Port, which is on the north bank of the River Dee..
Aberdeen's Railway Station is situated on Guild Street. There are regular services to/from Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow with onward connections. The station has a taxi rank, car hire services and the main bus terminal nearby. Aberdeen ferry terminal is a five minute walk from the bus and railway stations.
Aberdeen Bus Station is located less than one mile from the ferry terminal. Local bus services are operated by First and longer dista
ABERDEEN FERRY SPECIAL OFFERS
Below are cheap Aberdeen Ferry crossings and special offers.
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|Book by 31 December 2006