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LD Lines adds second ship to Dover-Boulogne service

LD Lines is adding a second ship to its Dover - Boulogne service on Saturday (May 29).

The current eight sailings daily will rise to 14 with the introduction of the newly named Norman Trader which will operate in tandem with sister ship Norman Bridge.

Both the 22,000-ton ships have capacity for up to 400 passengers and can carry up to 130 cars and 40 trucks.

Says LD Lines’ managing director Christophe Santoni: “The introduction of a second ship to the Dover - Boulogne route reflects our determination to develop and establish the service. The increased frequency and capacity we can now provide will undoubtedly appeal to and meet the demands of both freight and tourist cross channel customers.”

On board facilities include self-service restaurant, lounge bar and TV lounge - with 96 reclining seats throughout the passenger lounges - and shop with a range of products including drinks, tobacco, perfumes, gifts, books and newspapers.

LD Lines’ Dover - Boulogne Spring Summer offer fares start from £29 single for a car and two passengers.

Posted on 25th May 2010 at 12:08 pm in Ferry Operators | LD Lines | Ferry News | (0) Comments


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