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P&O is perhaps the most famous UK-based ferry operator; with over 20 years of experience behind them, P&O know what their customers want and offer great customer service and fantastic value-for-money.
Whether it’s a day’s shopping trip or a holiday break you’re after, at 90 minutes journey time, their Dover to Calais ferry crossing is a quick and enjoyable way to hit the Continent. With numerous crossings, round the clock, you really can come and go at your leisure. With direct motorway access on both sides of the channel, you are free to explore as much of France and the rest of Europe as you like.
All P&O ships offer a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for the millions who travel with them every year. With up to 46 crossings a day on their Dover to Calais route plus daily services from Hull to both Rotterdam and Zeebrugge, Liverpool to Dublin and Troon to Larne (fast-ferry service), and up to a further 10 crossings a day from Cairnryan to Larne (one a fast-ferry service), finding a sailing to suit you is easy.
Each of P&O’s impressive fleet of large ferries brings a wealth of dining and entertainment options to passengers on all budgets. P&O’s Pride of Hull, Pride of Rotterdam (Hull to Rotterdam), Pride of York, Pride of Zeebrugge (Hull to Zeebrugge) and five cross-channel ferries are all crewed by experienced staff, happy to help make your trip a memorable one. Relax in one of the spacious bars or let the kids let off steam in the children’s playareas on all routes. Have a flutter in the casino or take in some live entertainment en route to Hull, Rotterdam or Zeebrugge or visit the spa as you cruise between Portsmouth and Bilbao. All this plus onboard shopping and spacious cabin accommodation on longer crossings ensure that your time on board is far from merely travelling.
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P&O Irish Sea’s ferries have restaurants serving tasty meals and snacks and shops stocking exciting gift items. In addition, the P&O Express catamaran has a coffee shop for a calmer, quieter place to grab a snack while twin superferries, the European Highway and European Causeway have a children’s activity area, video lounge and bureau de change in addition to a quiet lounge for those looking for a more sedate atmosphere. On the Liverpool to Dublin route there is time to relax and enjoy the facilities on board the Norbay and Norbank ferries. Both of these vessels are equipped with all the lounges and bars of P&O Irish Sea’s other ferries in addition to ample cabin accommodation, so you have the option of somewhere private to go if you want to get your head down for a few hours. Be aware though that neither of these ferries have lifts on board so they aren’t suitable for disabled access.