P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries are one of the UK's largest ferry operators with a vast fleet of ships serving a network of ferries to France, Belgium, Holland, Ireland, England and Northern Ireland and in 2012 celebrated their 175th anniversary.

With a choice of crossings throughout the day, P&O Ferries Dover Calais ferry service really is the most flexible and convenient way to cross the channel, all year round.

Take the ferry to Belgium or Holland via Zeebrugge or Rotterdam from Hull and experience the easy, stress free way of arriving on the continent from the North of England with minimal driving.

P&O Ferries Irish Sea services connect you with Dublin from Liverpool with their conventional ferries while the services from Cairnryan and Troon to Larne provide the shortest and faster service between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The variety of facilities onboard P&O Ferries will add so much more to your sense of escape and relaxation, helping you arrive at your destination totally refreshed and raring to go.

With directferries.co.uk you can find P&O Ferries timetables, fares and book P&O Ferries ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare P&O Ferries with alternative ferry companies.

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P&O Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Very good service"

    A very punctual and a good ferry

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  • "Thank "

    Excellent customer service

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  • "Annoyed "

    The journey out was as expected fine great staff all very well organised. Cabin was fine Montreal complaints. Well maybe the chefs should go on a retraining program bland and not appetizing dishes My annoyance is not being able to alter the return journey date. Due to flights times we were unable to make the return journey resulting in extra expense staying overnight and alternative travel expenses.

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  • "Excellent service "

    Booked with Direct Ferries. Good price and very easy to use their website and book. Crossing was quick and facilities on-board were good. There was a 40minute delay for the return crossing, never did find out the reason for this.

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