P&O Irish Sea reviews
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"Hogmanay"

Reviewed 05 January 2015 by Richard

Went over on the Larne Cairnryan ferry to stay with my sister for Hogmanay. Boat was busy but left on time. Absolutely no problems during the trip. Boat arrived on time and, more importantly, had everyone disembarked quickly and efficiently. I use this service regularly and will continue to do so.

'Richard' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway

"Hogmanay"

Reviewed 05 January 2015 by Richard

Went over on the Larne Cairnryan ferry to stay with my sister for Hogmanay. Boat was busy but left on time. Absolutely no problems during the trip. Boat arrived on time and, more importantly, had everyone disembarked quickly and efficiently. I use this service regularly and will continue to do so.

'Richard' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway

"Quick and Easy Crossing"

Reviewed 03 January 2015 by Susan

I usually travel to Ireland from Holyhead but with staying in North Donegal decided to use this route instead. Am now considering using it again in future even for travelling to Galway!

'Susan' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway/European Highlander

"A Trip to Liverpool"

Reviewed 20 December 2014 by Ciarán

The trip to and from Liverpool was most enjoyable. The ships were spotless, in particular the cabin, the toilet facilities and the restaurant. The staff were most helpful and extremely courteous. The food was excellent and included in the overall price. The ship left Dublin on time and arrives in Liverpool on time. However, it was a great disappointment to have to spend 1.75 hours in Liverpool before being able to disembark. No explanation was afforded us and no appology proffered. This meant attempting to negotiate the route from Liverpool docks to Liverpool Centre at 12.25 am in driving rain. Our outward journey was delayed by 24 hours as the ferry was cancelled due to adverse weather. It was a disappointment that when we tried to regain the day we had lost by extending our stay in Liverpool by 12 hours we were charged. This charge of over 100 Euro might have been waived in the particular instance and hopefully it may yet be refunded. Negotiating Liverpool docks would be greatly facilitated if the ticket clearly stated the name of the dock at which the ship arrives and from which she departs. Including a map which clearly indicated the route from the dock to Liverpool city centre and back would be of the greatest assistance as the route is poorly signposted and difficult to negotiate for the uninitiated. Ba dheas an rud aitheantas a thabhairt don Ghaeilge. An acknowledgement of the Irish lanaguage would be appreciated.

'Ciarán' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour/Norbank

With P&O Irish Sea Ferries you can sail between England and Ireland and Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Find out what it’s like onboard when you travel with P&O Irish Sea from the ship pages listed below:
The P&O Irish Sea brand name was used from 1998 – 2010 and has now changed back to being P&O Ferries.

The seasonal Troon Larne service uses the P&O Express fastcraft, the year round Cairnryan Larne service utilises cruise ferries and Liverpool Dublin conventional ships.

P&O Ferries plan to keep the whole family happy on the Irish Sea and wherever you're headed you'll find that your trip is packed with entertainment for all ages.

With directferries.co.uk you can find P&O Irish Sea timetables, fares and book P&O Irish Sea ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare P&O Irish Sea with alternative ferry companies.


P&O Irish Sea

P&O Irish Sea Ports

P&O Irish Sea Routes

7 Sailings Daily
2 hour crossing
14 Sailings Weekly
2 hour 15 minute crossing
18 Sailings Weekly
7 hour 30 minute crossing
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