P&O Irish Sea reviews
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"Day trip to Scotland"
Reviewed 10 December 2013 by Brian
For anyone requiring a daytrip this P&O service is perfect.
'Brian' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Larne Cairnryan on European Causeway/European Highlander
"Doors stuck Ladies and Gentlemen"
Reviewed 10 December 2013 by Alex
Trip over to Larne was good, comfortable, friendly staff etc but whilst attempting to dock the crew could not get the doors open to allow cars off. It was approximately 4 hours before we managed to drive off and it took the edge off our trip.
Crew kept us updated and coffee / tea was made available to passengers.
Good crossing ruined, as was our weekend, by mechanical failure. Could not fault standards or comfort or crew.
'Alex' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Cairnryan Larne on European Highlander
"Ferries to Ireland"
Reviewed 09 December 2013 by Arthur
I enjoy travelling to Ireland with P&O. The ships are very good, the staff are very good.
'Arthur' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Cairnryan Larne on European Causeway/European Highlander
Reviewed 07 December 2013 by Shaun
I use this service on a regular basis (Both Ways) always high standards, good food, pleasant staff.
I have to say I prefer the day crossings where you can get a cabin to yourself as this allows me to get on with my work in peace & quiet.
All in all, first class, brilliant!
'Shaun' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Liverpool Dublin on Norbank
Reviewed 05 December 2013 by Anonymous
Arrived at last minute and just made it on board - staff friendly and helpful but ship is decidedly dated and showing its age. Unlike the competition (Stena) had to pay for WiFi on board, and less choice and comfort when it came to eating, relaxing etc. Food and service were both OK though.
'Anonymous' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Larne Cairnryan on European Highlander