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Motorhomers offered discounted ferry crossing rate

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DFDS Seaways is promising cash savings for motorhomes travelling to Norway from Newcastle.

Book the Stavanger Cruise ferry for a Sunday departure and a motorhome travels for the same price as a car.

The company claims this offers a saving of £62. The offer is valid on departures from the UK up until September 23 and on Monday departures from Norway up until September 24.

For more details, visit DFDS at www.dfds.co.uk/DSW/EN.

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