SpeedFerries was the first `low-cost' ferry operator on the Dover to Boulogne route, and offered the fastest way to cross the channel,; just 50 minutes on their high-speed catamaran SpeedOne. SpeedFerries offered an exlusively car-ferry service, with no freight or foot passengers. Despite considerable competition, SpeedFerries offered an award-winning, year-round service. Onboard there was a relaxing café and bar, and also a shop, lounges and children's areas, as well as views of the White Cliffs of Dover and the Côte D'Opale from the sundeck.
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SpeedFerries operated a ferry service between England and France, linking the ports of Dover and Boulogne. SpeedFerries went into administration on the 12th November 2008, and regrettably was closed down on the 25th of November 2009.
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All passengers must check in at least 30 minutes, and no more than 2 hours, prior to departure.