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The link between Santander and Portsmouth is served by the operator Brittany Ferries who operate 2 connections per week with exclusively afternoon and evening departures and traveling times shorter than 30 hours. Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. All ships have both cabins and reserved seating arrangements, allowing you to choose your preferred level of comfort as you travel.
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Port of SANTANDER
The port of Santander is located on the northern coast of Spain and provides ferry connections to England and Ireland. The ferry terminal, located in the city centre, is within walking distance of all services and shops in central Santander. The terminal is equipped with facilities for disabled passengers, it also has an information and ticket office and cafeteria on the first floor, only open only in high season. There is also a bar outside near the car park. How to get to Santander port Coming from the A-67 or S-10 motorways by car, follow the signs for "Santander" ignoring the yellow "Puert... [More information]
Address: Calle Muelles de Maliaño, 21, 27, 39009 Santander, Cantabria, Spain
Directions: Google Map @ Santander, port
Guide of PORTSMOUTH
Portsmouth, situated very close to the south coast of England, is separated by the narrow Portsea Creek – making it the UK’s only island city! Considered the home of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth houses two-thirds of its fleet. A brief history of Portsmouth In the thirst century, the Romans built a port nearby at Portchester. In 1180 a merchant called Jean De Gisors founded a little town in South-West corner of Portsea Island, and the city was born. In 1188 a Parish church was built along with houses, buildings and a market. However, by the 14th century, England was in a period of alm... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 26 hours 45 minutes