Troon Larne Ferry reviews
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Reviewed 24 October 2013 by Barbara
The two most beautiful islands (when the sun shines) are Ireland & Scotland and the best way to see both is via this ferry. It's simply the easiest & most economical way to travel with your worldly goods in your car. I was only disappointed that it stopped for winter while I was in Ireland so had to return via Cairnryan, a much longer and more tiring way to do it when you live in Aberdeen!
'Barbara' travelled Troon Larne with P&O Irish Sea on Express
"Troon to Larne return"
Reviewed 14 October 2013 by Anonymous
Very efficient. Nothing to do if you get to Troon early. Needs a coffee shop or breakfast or something. Worth paying for priority boarding even though outward journey very quiet because of time of year, as I hate heights and going up ramps! Need more healthy options for food on board eg baked potatoes?
'Anonymous' travelled Troon Larne with P&O Irish Sea on Express
"Smooth and speedy"
Reviewed 13 October 2013 by Allan
We travelled from north of Stirling and, therefore, really appreciated the relative proximity of Troon to the major roads network - a journey of just over one hour.
The passenger facilities at Troon are, at best, basic, although the actual check-in was carried out efficiently. Boarding was well organised and smoothly accomplished.
The ship is well laid out, comfortable and has good facilities for passengers. The passage across to Larne was relatively smooth and, considering the strong swell on our return journey, was not uncomfortable. Unloading was well organised with the minimum of fuss. Leaving Troon to join the motorway system was, perhaps, the only section of our journey which caused annoyance.
I believe this is a summer only service. It is a pity it is unable to run all year.
'Allan' travelled Troon Larne with P&O Irish Sea on Express