Reviewed 20 November 2014 by Stewart
Ferry clean, on time good value. Expensive cup of tea though!
'Stewart' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore
"Typical winter crossing"
Reviewed 17 November 2014 by Paul
The crossing was through a storm with 35 mph wind with a very rough sea, but it was not as bad as some trips I have made by ship. Best place on this type of trip is in the middle of the ship.
'Paul' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore
"Smooth sailing, not so smooth seating"
Reviewed 15 November 2014 by Anonymous
Last time I sailed on the Oscar Wilde I had an obligatory, over-priced seat in a communal area full of rigidly uncomfortable airline-type seating, abandoned by everyone when a 12-hour storm made it total torture. This time I had a cabin and the sea was calm, so everything was fine (just bring your own pillow and a good book, 20 hours is a lonnnng trip). Friendly staff, decent meal, big shop, no problem. But I did re-visit the seating area and it's still exactly the same - bolt upright, horrible, you couldn't comfortably sit in one of those chairs for one hour never mind twenty. Which is a pity as cabins work out expensive for single travellers. Overall, a happy experience this time, but the wretched seating area needs a major comfort overhaul. The seating on the (much shorter, 4 hour) Newhaven-Dieppe ferry trip is way better.
'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries on Oscar Wilde
"Pembroke & Rosslare"
Reviewed 06 November 2014 by Margaret
Very good service.the staff very helpful the ship was very cleen. I will be sailing with you again.
'Margaret' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore