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Stone - Answered a Question by Maunder (24 Aug 08 19:04)

There is a charge for cruise parking at Dover Cruise Port, unless you have been offered free parking as part of your cruise package by your T/A or Fred Olsen. Go to www.doverport.co.uk and click on the link for Cruise Parking. Car parking is close to the terminal and I'd suggest you book on line in advance, as parking space is limited. I can see from the site that the charge for 8 days' cruise parking - Balmoral Fjords, 31 May 2009 is £52.01. I've read that there's another car park situated away from the port, with a mini bus transfer. This may be cheaper, but I've never used that facility. Others may be able to recommend, or not, as the case may be! Happy cruising - Jan .

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