Date: 09 Aug 2017 09:00 Source: Stena Line & P&O Ferries
Travel to/from Northern Ireland with Stena Line and P&O Ferries and save up to 15% when you book with Direct Ferries!
Simply book your ferry crossing on the Cairnryan - Belfast, Liverpool - Belfast or Cairnryan - Larne route and travel by car before 15th December 2017.
On board the ferries you’ll find plenty of facilities to keep everyone relaxed and entertained during the crossing.
Don’t miss out, book by 30th September to save on your ferry to Northern Ireland.
Please Note: Subject to terms and conditions. Subject to availability. Valid on motorist fares only. Must be booked at least 48 hours prior to travel. Excludes vans, freight, motorcycles, bicycles and foot passengers. Any discount given is based on the fare before any fees and dues. Available discount is automatically included in prices online. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. New online bookings only. Stena Line valid on Economy and Flexi fares only.
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