Award-winning ferry operator, DFDS Seaways, has welcomed ferry Seven Sisters to the Portsmouth-Le Havre route, following the end of the charter period of Norman Voyager.
Seven Sisters, which is branded Transmanche, is the sister ship of the Côte D’Albatre, which currently sails on DFDS Seaway’s ferry service between Newhaven and Dieppe.
With excellent onboard facilities, including a lounge area with panoramic views, a bar, restaurant, onboard shop, Wi-Fi and a children’s play area, it is well equipped for a comfortable sailing across the Channel.
Seven Sisters also has 50 high quality en-suite cabins, with both two and four berth options, as well as a range of reclining sleeper seats in the communal passenger areas.
Max Foster, passenger director at DFDS Seaways, said: “Seven Sisters is a great ship, which enables us to offer our passengers an enhanced crossing experience on the Portsmouth-Le Havre route, including a wider range of quality onboard facilities.”
The Portsmouth to Le Havre route has daily sailings in both directions, departing from Le Havre at 17:00 and departing from Portsmouth at 23:00 and is perfect for those looking to travel to Normandy and beyond.
DFDS Seaways operates ferry routes across the North Sea, the English and Western Channel and Baltic Sea.
DFDS Seaways is recognised as the World’s Leading Ferry Operator by the World Travel Awards.