DFDS sells ferry to new rival on English Channel route

DFDS is selling a ferry to Irish Ferries, its new competitor on the Dover-Calais route across the English Channel. DFDS sees no material signs that the increased competition on the route is affecting earnings, says DFDS to ShippingWatch.

DFDS ro-fo ferry Calais Seaways, built in 1992, has been sold to competitor Irish Ferries. | Photo: PR-foto DFDS

DFDS has sold a ferry to its new rival, Irish Ferries, which has launched into the competition on the Dover-Calais route across the English Channel.

The ferry and logistics company confirms that it has sold its almost 20 year old Ro-Ro ferry Calais Seaways to its rival, Irish Ferries.

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