"Best Crossing For Years"
Reviewed 19 August 2014 by Ken Bonner
From the moment I arrived at Liverpool docks, I knew this was going to be a better than usual crossing. For the fist time ever, the lady in security actually knew my name and gave a friendly welcome. We quickly boarded and found the crew on the ferry equally friendly. The food was fairly basic, but very good and after a few drinks we made our way to the cabin which had twin beds instead of bunk beds. The whole experience gave a good start to our holiday and I would recommend it to anyone travelling to Ireland. Well done P & O.
'Ken Bonner' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on Norbay/Norbank
"A pleasant surprise"
Reviewed 19 August 2014 by Jessie
I travelled between Liverpool and Dublin recently, outbound I took the overnight ferry leaving Liverpool at 3am. To be honest I was a little nervous as a solo female traveler, but I had nothing to worry about. The reception at Liverpool port was very welcoming and friendly, I felt safe the whole time. I was guided on to the ferry in my camper van, parked up and made my way to the deck. The atmosphere was friendly and safe, the bar opened for a short while and there was a meal available. From about 4 am - 9 am the Ferry was very quiet and I was easily able to sleep in a comfy sofa in the bar area, it was a real bonus to have a cooked breakfast before disembarking. The return trip was just as easy and enjoyable. We traveled during the day this time and I had my husband with me for company. The free tea and coffee is a great touch as the all inlcusive food was delicious, real home cooking! The night before we stayed in a great beachside campsite (North Beach in Rush) about 25 minutes from Dublin Ferry Port. I would thoroughly recommend P&O Irish Seas as a good way to travel between England and Ireland.
'Jessie' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour/Norbank
Reviewed 16 August 2014 by Valerie
The service we received from booking the travel to returning back home was excellent. On both the outward and inward journey the boat sailed and arrived on time. The cabins were clean. The food was good but most of all the the staff on the reception desk and dining area were very friendly and pleasant. I would certainly travel with P & O on this route again. The only negative comment I would make is that the announcements which were made when we were in the dining room which I assume were in case of emergency were unclear in terms of quality of sound. Thank you.
'Valerie' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on Norbay
Reviewed 16 August 2014 by Andre
All was good the announcement were audible, staff was friendly.
'Andre' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Highlander