DFDS is now sailing normally on the Channel

After comprehensive protests and long negotiations, the DFDS ferry service on the English Channel is now back to normal, according to comments from the carrier to ShippingWatch.

Photo: Gøteborg Havn

As recent as Tuesday morning, there was doubt about whether DFDS ferry Calais Seaways would be able to call at the port at Calais, as previous employees of MyFerryLink had barricaded the port and begun protests including tire burning.

But the ferry got to the port along with its sister-vessel later on the route Dover-Calais.

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