Ramsgate Ferries

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Book ferries to Ramsgate from Ostend in Belgium with AFerry.co.uk

Please note that this company is not bookable any more. However, these are alternatives we can offer you : Dover-Dunkerque or Hull-Zeebruge. Please use the booking form.

Ramsgate in Kent is the second busiest port in England, catering for freight and passengers daily throughout the year. Ferries from Ramsgate sail to Ostend in Belgium using the ferry operators LD Lines and Transeuropa, and you can find your ferry using the simple AFerry booking form.

Ferries to and from Ramsgate

TransEuropa Ferries currently have 6 ships, all of which are furnished to high standards to create a warm and cosy atmosphere. You can enjoy a sumptuous English, Belgian or Italian meal in the a la carte restaurant or enjoy a light meal in the bistro area along with a bar onboard serving various types of wines and other drinks.

Ramsgate port facilities

Ramsgate Ferry Port has dedicated arrival and departure lounges capable of handling in excess of 2,000,000 passengers per year. Facilities include shops, cafes, lounges and car park facilities.

Getting to Ramsgate

Ramsgate Ferry Port is located on the eastern tip of Kent. Road access is excellent, just follow the clearly signposted main travel routes from the A2/A20 or M2/M20. Ramsgate is 79 miles south east of London, directly linked to the M2/A2 and M20/A20, both of which connect to the M25 London orbital motorway. The M25/Dartford Crossing being 56 miles.

Ramsgate Ferry port is served by South Eastern Trains, Thanet's seven railway stations offer regular passenger services to London Charing Cross, London Victoria and London Cannon Street.

Ramsgate Ferry port is served by frequent National Express services operating various coaches from around the UK.

About Ramsgate

Ramsgate has been a port for many thousand years. Indeed, the Christian missionary St Augustine of Canterbury, widely considered the founder of the Church in England, entered England through Ramsgate in the late 6th Century.

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  • 06 Jun 2013
    No ferry from ostend to ramsgate
    • This ferry company went in administration, we had to find another way of transport.

      Review by Anon

  • 21 May 2013
    Relaxing and very nice experience
    • I have to admit that I was wondering when the ship would be sinking as it is pretty old but then we are not masters of our destiny. It is a very relaxed journey, plenty of space, good coffee and not to many temptations to spend money. Very nice experience, kind staff if you have time as the journey can take up to 4.30hr. Very close to Bruges and Ghent.

      Review by Anon

  • 11 Jan 2013
    Very good services
    • Nice and quiet.very cheap and good services.You can sleep on the cabine(shower and toilets).I recommend this route.

      Review by ION SOCEANU

  • 06 Dec 2012
    The Larkspur
    • Its a great crossing and ship and really feel at home there.I had some problems checking in because I have a short wheel base van and the website I used to book didnt really suit my vehicle.Im a carpenter working over in europe and not a 'bootlegger'.Nor am I carrying lots of cheap european goods to sell in Britain and resent the other ferry companies on the other routes charging me double and triple that somebody with a large 4x4 full of people gets charged . My vehicle weighs no more and is no bigger than an average people carrier and for the continued great value of transeuropa will continue to sail with you.

      Review by James Moston

  • 05 Nov 2012
    • When I booked the ferry there was no mention it was a freight ferry, no mention that there were no facilities for car passengers, which was a shock when we boarded. this meant that for the four hours between 10.30 & 3am we had to go hungry watching the lorry drivers eat and try and sleep on the cold hard floor while the lorry drivers retired to their cabins. We also witnessed a crew member smoking inside the ferry whilst there are no smoking signs all over the walls. So basically this was a horrinble journey made worse by the fact no one told us to expect it. I will never be using this ferry company again.

      Review by Melissa Pepper