The European Endeavour is a conventional ferry carrying both freight drivers and car passengers. Once you’re onboard and settled into an en-suite cabin, head down to the restaurant for a complimentary meal before relaxing in the spacious TV lounge or with a few drinks at the Bar.
Onboard you’ll find comfortable en-suite 2 & 4 bed cabins with a choice of either inside or with a sea view. The ship also features reclining seats with pillows and blankets.
Meals are included in the price and complimentary tea, coffee and fruit juice are available throughout the sailing.
The onboard shop offers last minute gifts, goodies and travel essentials.
If you've forgotten to change currency, you can do this onboard at the Bureau de Change.
There are no lifts to the main passenger areas and access is by a staircase therefore this vessel may be unsuitable for the infirm, disabled or young children.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our European Endeavour guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
99% of our customers recommended this ship
"Another pleasant economic trip with my favourite cross Irish Sea ferry company"
Travel to and from UK to ROI twice a year, my first choice is always PO ferries , I like everything about the service, nice food friendly staff peaceful economic journey, thank you
Reviewed 14 October 2016 by Leslie Emery who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Change of times"
Excellent service Still not sure why the ferry times changed on the return Still pondering what would have occurred if the phone call had not got through
Reviewed 02 October 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Efficient Crossing "
Well looked after by the Crew on this Ship.
Reviewed 28 September 2016 by Steven who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
On our recent road tour if Ireland, we sailed from Liverpool to Dublin on P&O Irish Sea ferries. The vessel was not fully loaded by any means, which meant we could sit, wander, lie down wherever we wanted. The food was adequate and of a standard above what I had expected for a car ferry. Tea & coffee facilities were available for the whole journey. As the outbound journey was overnight, we had the use of reclining chairs on the upper deck, but as I am 6' 2", the leg-room wasn't to my liking. We decided, like many others just to lie down on the lounge area sofa's. Pillows and blankets were provided on request. So apart from some snoring, we managed to get some sleep. There were cabins available (at additional charge) if privacy was preferred. Overall, not unpleasant experience, better than trips from my memories as a youngster, in the 1970's. Would recommend without a problem.
Reviewed 28 September 2016 by John who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
This was my first experience of Liverpool Dublin Liverpool route and found it to be a wonderful jouney on both occassions. Catering, Comfort, and Sleeping Arrangements all very good.
Reviewed 26 September 2016 by Anthony who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
I am disabled and the crew could not have done more to help me making sure that every possible help was provided from the moment I arrived at the dock to disembarking from the ship; first class travel.
Reviewed 21 September 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Liverpool to dublin "
By far the best ferry service to and from Ireland
Reviewed 18 September 2016 by Tony who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Get good directiosn to Liverpool dock BEFORE you go! "
trying to find Liverpool dock at 3 am was hilarious, google maps took us to port for the Isle of Man! Nobody around to ask for directions except a few taxi drivers who didn't know. No signeage. went round and round in circles till my son had the genius idea of finding the postcode on google. Once on board is a pretty steep climb to the decks, lots of facilities (which we didn't use much as night crossing just wanted to go to bed) Didn't realise we had free food with our cabin - that was nice, was rather pie/beans/chips/egg type stodge, doesn't cater well for veggies, but hey it was free! Breakfast plentiful juice yoghourt, tinned/stewed type fruit, make your own brown/white toast and the cooked b'fast esp mushrooms and tomatoes were lovely. Very comfortable clean cabin lovely shower, just beware the knocking cleaning ladies who get you up an unnecessary 2 hours before you dock! Got very lost on the Dublin side as well but that's another story.....
Reviewed 14 September 2016 by Susi who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
A totally peaceful, in every sense, crossing of the Irish Sea. All staff I encountered were professional, efficient and helpful. Boarding and disembarking were quick, check in was quick so before I knew it, I was tucked up in my bunk, sleeping soundly the whole crossing. I know I missed the meals included in the ticket but that was my bad. So lovely crossing with just two quibbles, only one of which is with P&O. The first is the extremely sudden right turn for Car Ferries arriving just on the end of a bend at the end of the motorway. I overshot it and had to double back. Maybe a more explicit sign, with more advance notice - it's awkward getting from the inner lane across 3 lanes of traffic to a new right turn only lane on the right as everyone slows down rapidly because of the bend and the end of the motorway. The second is the lack of any three pin sockets in the cabin, so I could not charge anything. Maybe there were some, but if so, they were hidden from me.
Reviewed 13 September 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Ferry crossing to France"
Reviewed 12 September 2016 by Brian who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"A pleasant relaxing crossing"
I hadn't realised we would be fed twice and the food was more than adequate, with free hot and cold drinks available for the whole journey. All members of staff were pleasant and very helpful throughout the whole of the journey. There was plenty to do with different areas including a TV rooms and a games room to enjoy during the crossing. We booked a cabin and the beds were very clean, comfy and the room had a showers. My only qualm would be that the duty free shop was small and had very limited stock. I will definitely travel using this company again.
Reviewed 09 September 2016 by Maria who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
Great food. Good clean cabin with shower etc. Good on-board facilities in TV/bar/tea and coffee. It's like a mini cruise.
Reviewed 08 September 2016 by David who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
Fantastic crossing - the staff in Liverpool were exceptionally friendly, staff on board were good and nice food. Definitely would recommend this.
Reviewed 07 September 2016 by Kieran who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
We take the ferry regularly to visit home in Ireland as we prefer to have the car with us. Plus when we rang to add our pets on our recent trip the customer service agent was very kind and helpful. We booked a cabin on board coming back. It was basic but clean and functional. To date we have always experienced good friendly staff and good journeys each time. We will definitely continue to use the liverpool to dublin p&o ferry for value for money and good experiences while travelling.
Reviewed 06 September 2016 by Colm and Marion who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"A real ferry from a real port."
I live 50mins from Liverpool so handy to get to and easy to find the port. Unlike many ferries I`ve been on there were relatively few cars and just one motorbike. This ferry feels as though it has a firm grasp on the real business of cargo shipment which for me made the journey more "real". As such the vessel is less well appointed than some pure passenger ferries, the general external finish was less finely finished than some ferries, but hey, this is a real ferry doing real work. One very welcome feature was the free meals, 2 both outbound and inbound, and free hot drinks and juice in the restaurant. Whilst the quality of food was not michelin star it hit the spot really well and there was a good choice, well done the catering staff. The outbound journey was late by 2hrs due to an unavoidable gale force 9 so no blame but thanks for a safe journey. The return was also late arriving apparently due to Liverpool Port requesting a slower journey time to a allow a hold up to clear. Make of this what you will. The internal space of the ferry was clean, comfortable and perfectly adequate. The staff all seemed to be helpful and friendly. The journey time was longer than other routes but my trip to the port was shorter, your choice. I would recommend this ferry service and I personally enjoyed the more real feel of using the world famous Liverpool Port and a more real experience of a proper working ferry.
Reviewed 03 September 2016 by Roy who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Iiverpool to dublin"
A good way to cross the Irish sea. Long journey but a chance to relax. Good on the boat was good, nothing exciting but beter than overpriced fayre on other ferries. Only change I'd make would be to book a cabin on the 3am sailing
Reviewed 02 September 2016 by Richard who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
We travel to Ireland quite often and always travel from Liverpool with P&O. Wouldn't travel any other way comfortable sailing,we book a cabin so we can rest. Meals included in price what more could you ask for.
Reviewed 01 September 2016 by Hannah who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Begin your Journey to Ireland."
Direct Ferries with P&O is definately the best and cheapest way to cross to Ireland. I have been travelling to Ireland for 30+ years, I used to take the Holyhead route but now use the Liverpool to Dublin route and arrive fully refreshed to begin my drive across to the west of Ireland,Carrick on Shannon for my fishing,friends and of course Guinness !! I would recommend DF to anyone,the price is good the food is good(included in the price by the way) comfortable and friendly service all adds to your trip or holiday to Ireland. I will use DF/P&O every time I travel, Thanks and see you again soon, Alan Payne Northamptonshire,
Reviewed 31 August 2016 by Alan who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Comfortable and efficient"
We sailed both ways on the European Endeavour and it is a good sized ship, with lots of lounge seating and a movie room. The food is pretty good and the range meant that even our fussy children could find something to eat. The 4 berth cabins are small, but the beds are comfortable. We drove on and off with little wait or hassle.
Reviewed 31 August 2016 by Wendy who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
We have used P&O before totally pleasant helpful staff, great meals, good value, smooth sailings even in relatively bad weather can't fault them on anything.
Reviewed 27 August 2016 by Terry & Mary who travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour