With P&O Irish Sea Ferries you can sail between England and Ireland and Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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.
"A fascinating and repaxing way of crossing the Irish Sea"
Although a long crossing, this was a fascinating and relaxing way of crossing to Dublin and avoiding the drive to Holyhead. All food and drink was provided free, though after breakfast is served most of the crew have a kip before serving a meal in the last hour of the voyage. Self service hot drinks are provided at all times. There's plenty of space in the lounge and dinning area and for a little extra comfortable cabins are available. Take a good book there's not a lot else to do on board though.
'David' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on NorbankRead More Read Less
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.
'Terry & Mary' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour/NorbayRead More Read Less
Recently went to Donegal on holiday, used P&O ferries to take my car, experience was fantastic, staff very curtious and professional. Will be travelling with P&O again in the future. Mr Carroll
'David' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Highlander/European CausewayRead More Read Less
Service was informative and laced with a good attitude despite sailing in the early hours of the morning.
'Ronald' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European CausewayRead More Read Less