AFerry.co.uk is delighted to announce that it has yet again been voted the World’s Leading Ferry website for an unprecedented seventh year in a row at the travel industry’s equivalent of the Oscars – the World Travel Awards. The announcement was made at the prestigious World Travel Awards Grand Final Gala Ceremony 2017 held last night at the JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort in Vietnam.
This accolade recognises the commitment to excellence which the organisation has demonstrated in the last twelve months. AFerry.co.uk has yet again maintained the high level of innovation and consistency that won the Award in the first place, to keep its position as an industry leader. These prestigious World Travel Awards attract the most important decision makers in global travel and tourism.
AFerry.co.uk offers the widest choice of carriers – over 150 throughout the world plus more than 2,000 routes – and therefore the best prices presented in the most user friendly manner that employs the latest price comparison technology and booking engine. The website is optimised for mobile, tablet and desktop devices. Their innovative approach has insured AFerry.co.uk is ahead of its rivals also nominated for the Award and has meant its loyal clients have once again kept AFerry.co.uk in its position as market leader.
AFerry.co.uk is the world’s leading online ferry brand, which features real-time comparison technology for ferries, generating over 55 million unique visitors per year and over 3,000 bookings per day. Founded in 1997, AFerry.co.uk has been an industry leader for nearly two decades and has strong relationships with ferry companies from across the globe.
Not only can AFerry.co.uk service all your UK ferry needs, but this handy site covers European, Asian and American routes too – over 2,000 routes around the world from over 150 ferry companies. With apps for iPhone and Android, and a website optimised for mobile, tablet and desktop devices you can compare and book ferries from wherever you are with ease.
*All quoted fares in this newsletter were correct at the time of going to press but are subject to change.