|Spirit of France|
Coming back to Poland from Great Britain we always take a ferry from Dover to Calais. In the past we took "Pride of Canterbury" it was not so nice and comfortable ferry.
MS Spirit of France is a cross-channel ferry operated by Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company known as P&O Ferries on the Dover-Calais route. She is the second of two 'Spirit' class ships built for P&O Ferries, the other being Spirit of Britain. The vessels are the largest ferries constructed for the Dover/Calais route and the largest ferries to ever cross the English Channel
|Pride of Cantenbury|
MS Pride of Canterbury was the second of four 'European Class' freight ferries ordered for P&O European Ferries' Dover-Zeebrugge route. Between 1992 and 2002 she sailed between Dover and Zeebrugge for P&O European Ferries and laterP&O Stena Line. She was converted in the winter of 2002/spring 2003 and re-entered service as Pride of Canterbury(replacing the ageing P&OSL Canterbury). She currently sails from Dover to Calais