With P&O Irish Sea Ferries, you can sail between England and the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The brand name of P&O Irish Sea was created in 1998, which was used until 2010 when the company rebranded and changed its name back to P&O Ferries. In terms of routes, the seasonal Troon-Larne service uses the P&O Express fast craft, the year round Cairnryan-Larne service utilises cruise ferries, while the Liverpool-Dublin route is completed by conventional ships.
The business established its ferry services in the late 1960s, originally just operating in the North Sea and English Channel, but the world famous brand P&O Ferries we know today was founded in 2002, offering multiple routes all around the United Kingdom and Ireland. P&O Ferries’ ships have everything you would need to keep the whole family happy on the Irish Sea thanks to the well-equipped children’s entertainment areas and arcade rooms, for the slightly older kids. Also on-board are numerous shops selling discounted products and luxurious club lounges, ideal for the longer England-Ireland route.
With directferries.co.uk you can find P&O Irish Sea timetables, fares and book P&O Irish Sea ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare P&O Irish Sea with alternative ferry companies.
"Trip to Larne"
Trip to Larne with the ferryboat from Cairnryan was excellent: good weather, a ship in good condition, a good and efficient service on boat and on land, punctuality and good food on board, what do you want more!? Thanks for an enjoyable journey.
'Jochen Gentz ' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European HighlanderRead More Read Less
"Liverpool to Dublin overnight "
This is the 2nd year we have taken the overnight ferry as it works well with our travel plans. Great value, good food, comfortable beds and has always departed and arrived on time. A great way to start our holiday - arrive in Dublin early, refreshed and ready for a great day
'Jeanette' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on Norbank/Dublin SwiftRead More Read Less
"Fuss free travel to Ireland"
An efficient punctual service. The catering facilities were adequate. The toilets were clean. There was enough seating despite the return journey being busy. There was a small shop on board selling toiletries, cosmetics, chocolate and souvenirs.
'Paul' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Highlander/European CausewayRead More Read Less
"Best ferry to get to Northern Ireland"
The crossing takes about 2 hours and when we sailed it was nice and calm seas. There is a good choice of food and drink on board. The loading and unloading is very quick.
'Peter' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Highlander/Stena EuropeRead More Read Less