Nigel Donnelly

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If you've seen everything the UK has to offer or fancy a change of scenery, it's time to start booking that ferry crossing.



DFDS Seaways have some great deals on currently that could be enough to temp your overseas.



The people at DFDS are charging £139 one way between Newcastle and Amsterdam for a car, caravan and two people.



This offer sees the caravan go free and is available on Sundays, Mondays and selected Tuesdays if you book 30 days in advance.

If you've seen everything the UK has to offer or fancy a change of scenery, it's time to start booking that ferry crossing.

 

DFDS Seaways have some great deals on currently that could be enough to temp your overseas.

 

The people at DFDS are charging £139 one way between Newcastle and Amsterdam for a car, caravan and two people.

 

This offer sees the caravan go free and is available on Sundays, Mondays and selected Tuesdays if you book 30 days in advance.

 

A trip from Harwich to Esbjerg, Denmark with car, caravan and two people is currently £292 each way.

 

DFDS ferries give you the chance to relax in restaurants and keep the kids quiet with entertainment on board.

 

And when finished, you can retire to your cabin safe in the knowledge you'll be refreshed for the drive the other side.

 

Contact DFDS Seaways and book your European adventure on 0871 882 0885 or book online at www.dfds.co.uk

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