"Excellent service with Irish Ferries and booking through directferries"
Reviewed 17 August 2014 by Douglas
The booking process through "Direct ferries" was seamless and the service with Irish Ferries was excellent. Prior to our return trip to holyhead and boarding my wife was feeling sick, I approached one of the ship "Captains" and asked if there was any facility to accommodate us and we were teated with the utmost concern and as a result my wife had a better trip than anticipated. Thank you Irish Ferries...excellent customer service.
'Douglas' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift
"2 day trip to ireland"
Reviewed 14 August 2014 by Janice
Great way to travel. Irish Ferries gave us a good experience. No hassle at all even though we were foot passengers. Would certainly do this again.
'Janice' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift
Reviewed 10 August 2014 by Ian
Usually go to England via Belfast/Larne/Liverpool as we live on the north coast of NI but decided this time to travel to Dublin for the much quicker crossing. Won't be going any other way in future. All aspects of the boat journey from boarding to disembarking were excellent. The staff at the check in in Dublin were superb as we had got caught in traffic and had missed our planned crossing. They had us on the next ferry which really saved the day. Minor downside was the wifi wasn't working effectively on the boat for both crossings but being without for a couple of hours was minimal concern. Certainly will recommend this rout to friends and family in future.
'Ian' travelled with Irish Ferries on Ulysses/Dublin Swift
"Need more guidance to disembarking "
Reviewed 10 August 2014 by Lynn
Both trips were very enjoyable until time to disembark. Club Class foot passengers gets messed up with car passengers ended up with the car passengers down with the cars not on deck 9 with the foot passengers. Ullyess very hard to get around. The Swift was much easier.
'Lynn' travelled with Irish Ferries on Ulysses/Dublin Swift