Award-winning ferry operator DFDS Seaways has welcomed Malo Seaways to its Dover-Calais service.
Named in honour of the French coastal city, Malo Les Bains, which is located north of Dunkirk, the new ship brings DFDS Seaways’ Dover-France fleet back up to five ships, following the departure of Dieppe Seaways.
She joins Calais Seaways on the Dover-Calais service, offering passengers a comfortable and easy 90 minute crossing between the UK and France.
Malo Seaways has been newly refurbished and rebranded in the DFDS Seaways colours.
At around 170 metres long she has capacity for around 400 passengers, 375 cars and 2,000 lane metres of high vehicle capacity.
Passenger facilities on board include a restaurant serving delicious hot and cold food, a dedicated children’s area, an additional comfortable seating area, a café bar with a selection of drinks and snacks and an on board shop stocked with holiday favourites and essentials.
Malo Seaways also has dedicated commercial driver facilities in the Road Kings areas, which include a restaurant, relaxation lounge and shower facilities.
Max Foster, passenger director at DFDS Seaways, commented: “We’re very grateful to the Mayor of Malo Les Bains for allowing us to name our new ship after the city and are delighted that the Dover-France fleet is back to its five ship capacity.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming passengers on board our latest addition to the DFDS Family.”
DFDS Seaways sails up to 44 times a day between Dover and France, including up to 20 daily crossings on the Dover-Calais service.
These ferry services are designed to provide passengers with flexible crossing times, a luxury travel experience and convenient travel options.