TransEuropa Ferries

TransEuropa Ferries

Coronavirus ferry travel advice

Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.

Please note that this company is not bookable any more. However, there are alternatives. Please use the booking form.

You can use AFerry to book a TransEuropa ferry to Belgium and England. TransEuropa ferries meet the highest standards in comfort and service and feature a full range of on board facilities. AFerry always has the latest special offers and deals on TransEuropa ferries.

You can use AFerry to book TransEuropa ferries to Ostend and Ramsgate. For all TransEuropa ferry routes and the latest prices and sailing times see below. Click on your ferry route for a detailed timetable with arrival and departure times.


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Check-in is 1 hour prior to sailing departure for all passengers.

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    Essential traveller information

    TransEuropa Ferries between Ramsgate and Ostend do not carry foot passengers.

    On board TransEuropa ferries

    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.

    You can watch movies in the spacious lounges or enjoy a quieter crossing in a cabin. Whatever your choice, TransEuropa Ferries offer a mini cruise experience on board their ships.

    About TransEuropa ferries

    TransEuropa's largest ship is the Eurovoyager, weighing 12110 tonnes. It can carry 1250 passengers, 127 cars and reach speeds of up to 21 knots.

    Whether you use the TransEuropa Ramsgate Ostend ferry or the TransEuropa Ostend Ramsgate ferry service, you are bound to have a relaxing and enjoyable journey.


    • 07 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

    • 22 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

    • 03 Apr 2013
      Spotlessly clean everywhere - staff very helpful
      • We were well looked after by very cheerful staff. Though the old ferry on our out bound route was looking a little tired it was spotlessly clean everywhere. The newer ferry on our return journey was also spotless and the staff very helpful.

        Review by Michael Clarke

    • 16 Mar 2013
      Ferry was cancelled one week beforehand
      • Received a phone call a week before my crossing to advise me that my 7.00am sailing had been cancelled. I asked when the next available ferry was, and was informed that it was 6.30pm that night. I wouldn't have got into Ostend until midnight, effectively wasting my first days holiday. I cancelled the booking and was told that I would recive a fully refund. I then booked another ferry from Dover to Dunkirk, saving £40.00. I got into Ostend at lunchtime, with no problems with the other ferry operator.

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    • 06 Mar 2013
      Ramsgate to Ostend Feb12 for Bruges trip
      • A bizarre experience. About 30 passengers including lorry drivers in a boat that must carry more like 1,000. Went over on the older boat which seemed unchanged since the 1970s. It apparently breaks down often. Back of the old Pride of Calais. Only limited food and coffee etc available, but staff keen to please. Easy and cheap, and plenty of space. 4 hour and a bit journey which was fine. Half an hour to Bruges, which is lovely.

        Review by Roy from London and Ramsgate

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