"A Life on the Ocean Wave!"
Always enjoy the long overnight crossings, we had a premier 2 berth cabin, very comfortable and clean. Would have been better with 2 pillows per berth, but I guess we could have asked for extra. Excellent temperature control in the cabin. Dining room seemed a little cramped compared to the Hull-Zeebrugge crossing, maybe a smaller ship, but quality and choice of food was excellent, although could have been a bit hotter.. Service in the restaurant first class as always. Although ship didn't depart until 830 pm, we were allowed on board with our motorhome as soon as we got there, which was before 5 pm. Unfortunately, our motorhome broke down within a mile of leaving the ship in Rotterdam and after calling our breakdown service, decided to return home. We managed to change our booking for a nominal fee and P&O were extremely helpful in helping us get the vehicle back on board to return on the same ship we had just come in on and again, in allowing us to be first of the ship back in Hull. Although a much more expensive and longer crossing than Dover to Calais, the long boring drive from the North of England is avoided and the ferry trip is very enjoyable part of the holiday.
Reviewed by Norma who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Rotterdam