Newcastle Ferry - Book a Newcastle Ferry with Ferry Travel.com
NEWCASTLE FERRY WITH FERRY TRAVEL.COM
Ferry Travel.com is a UK based ferry dedicated site which enables you to see the routes, timetables, crossing times and prices for all major European ferry operators.
You can book your Newcastle 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 Newcastle Ferry.
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NEWCASTLE FERRY TERMINAL MAP
NEWCASTLE FERRY PORT INFORMATION
Newcastle was once in the forefront of 19th century industrial innovation, now, the forefront of technical innovation, leisure and culture. Wander down to the transformed waterfront, the Quayside, now lined with stylish hotels, designer bars, restaurants and public art. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, a work of art in itself, arches across the Tyne to link the City to Gateshead Quays and the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
DFDS Seaway's ships sail from the Internatinal Ferry Terminal, Royal Quays, North Shields which is situated approximately 8 miles east of Newcastle City Centre and is signposted with the "International Ferry" symbol.
From the City Centre: Take the A1 towards Morpeth and then the A19 towards the Tyne Tunnel. On Approach to the tunnel, follow the International Ferry symbol onto the A187 towards North Shields. Continue along this road to the roundabout, take the second exit to the International Ferry Terminal, Royal Quays.
NEWCASTLE FERRY SPECIAL OFFERS
Below are cheap Newcastle Ferry crossings and special offers.
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|Book by 31 August 2006
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