Getting there answers
A. For relevant port postcodes and address details please refer to our port information pages.
A. Your precise check-in time is detailed on your booking confirmation (in the email). However, as a guideline with most operators you need to arrive 60 minutes prior to departure. Please check the minimum check-in time required by the ferry operator in advance of travel.
A. No, you cannot go aboard the ferry until boarding commences.
A. For all International ferry crossings every passenger must have a valid passport with them to board the ferry. Children are able to travel if they are on an adult passport. Young babies are able to travel if a birth certificate is shown at customs. For any Domestic ferry crossing (for example within the UK) a form of photo ID is accepted if a passport is not available.
A. Most ports have secure parking at the port, or close by. The cost of the will vary according to the particular port. For more information, contact the port directly.
A. No. For safety and security reasons overnight camping at the port is not permitted.
A. Please visit our sister site www.aferrygroups.co.uk where you can fill in a form for your booking.
A. The best way to contact us is to log into your AFerry Account, and send us a message. Messages are sent directly to our customer service team, and an advisor will be on hand to assist you as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT: If you have already made a booking with us, you will find contact details on your booking confirmation email including a direct link to your personal account and a different phone number. Please use these details and not our general contact information.
A. If you are not satisfied with the service you have received, please write to us at the address below. We take all complaints very seriously and will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.
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