Newhaven is a small town and cruiseferry port in East Sussex (England UK). Besides cruise port, Newhaven is also homeport for regularly-scheduled English Channel crossings to France (Dieppe). The service is provided by DFDS SEAWAYS with 4 daily ferry crossings (travel time is 4 hours) 28 crossings per week.
Newhaven Harbour is located at the mouth of Ouse River. The port became railway-connected in 1847, since when train-ferry operations were greatly developed. In 1882, the area was officially named "Port of Newhaven".
The route Newhaven-Dieppe is currently served by 2 ferries (Cote DAlbatre, Seven Sisters) with 2 outbound crossings per day (in the morning and in the evening). From Dieppe ferry port can be easily accessed many popular tourist destinations in Normandy (northern France), among which are the large port cities Rouen and Caen and Normandy's D-Day Landing Beaches (historic sites). Dieppe is also close to Paris City (2 hours drive distance).
A number of ferry passengers have been detained at a UK port after trying to leave the ship. Border Force and police had been called to Newhaven...January 1, 2021
A ferry operated by ferry company DFDS has collided with the pier at Newhaven Harbour on Saturday, December 14. Cote D’Albatre ferry is said to...December 15, 2019
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