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"Travel with P&O ferrys"
Reviewed 05 December 2013 by David shepherd
We found this trip enjoyable, price of travel not excessive meaning we will take this trip more often, the directions to and fro was a good added extra paper work strait forward and easy to complete no complaints at all thank you added extra we were able to board the ship early as we set off early to give time with hold ups.
'David shepherd' travelled with P&O Ferries, Rotterdam Hull on Pride of Hull
"Trip to Calais"
Reviewed 05 December 2013 by Neil
Excellent service booked priority loading well worth it food very good on way out food not so great on way back but still edible. Boat toilets etc clean and tidy staff very helpful.
'Neil' travelled with P&O Ferries, Dover Calais on Pride of Burgundy/Pride of Canterbury
Reviewed 04 December 2013 by David
Having used p&o on the cairnryan to larne crossing several times we were surprised to find the dover Calais run so much more professional and friendly. We arrived early for both sailings and were put on earlier sailings than we booked for saving us nearly 2 hours each way. The terms and conditions clearly stated that tickets were not changeable so it came as a very pleasant surprise when the staff accommodated us without us asking. Well done.
'David' travelled with P&O Ferries, Dover Calais on Spirit of France
"Voyages on the Mary Celeste"
Reviewed 03 December 2013 by Francis
Both crossings comfortable and sit where you like, November crossings lightly booked, staff bright and cheerful when woken up!
'Francis' travelled with P&O Ferries, Dover Calais on Spirit of Britain/Spirit of France
Reviewed 02 December 2013 by Anonymous
Got there early, and both ways got an earlier ferry, which is one of the advantages of going with P&O, which has so many sailings. Staff courteous and the ferries were clean and tidy. Nothing really stood out, but all in all a smooth and easy experience.
'Anonymous' travelled with P&O Ferries, Calais Dover on Spirit of Britain/Pride of Canterbury