P&O Ferries - Explore the beauty of sea through P&O ferries
P&O ferries is a British company which operates ferries on the English Channel and North Sea which covers the routes from Dover to Calais, Hull to Rotterdam and Hull to Zeebrugge. P&O also runs its ferries in the Irish Sea under the name P&O Irish Sea which covers the routes Dublin to Liverpool, Cairnryan to Larne and Larne to Troon.
On the Dover to Calais route P&O provide the most frequent and efficient passenger service. The benifts of travelling by ferry on this route are not only a safe and pleasant journey to the destination but also the ferry route is shorter and you can save time by travelling by ferry.
When it comes to traveling the Irish Sea you cannot have a better option than P&O Irish Sea. The company is committed to providing excellent services to its passengers so that they enjoy every bit of their journey. P&O Irish Sea offer the routes Liverpool to Dublin, Cairnryan to Larne and Troon to Larne.
With a Wide range of onboard facilities such as a variety of restaurants and bars, entertainment and leisure facilities, duty free shopping and cabin accommodation. P&O Ferries offers something for everyone in the family and thanks to the varied entertainment onboard, you can be assured of not finding your journey dull.
P&O Ferries Schedule
England to France:
Dover to Calais - Calais to Dover
23 daily sailings
England to Ireland:
Liverpool to Dublin - Dublin to Liverpool
17 daily sailings
Scotland to Northern Ireland:
Cairnryan to Larne - Larne to Cairnryan
7 daily sailings
Troon to Lrane - Larne to Troon
14 weekly sailings
England to Holland:
Hull to Rotterdam - Rotterdam to Hull
7 weekly sailings
England to Belgium:
Hull to Zeebrugge - Zeebrugge to Hull
7 weekly sailings
P&O Ferries In Our Travel Blog
Posted 21 May 2012
Getting onboard the Spirit of Britain with P&O Ferries might just be the best travelling experience that you can have. Most customers are inclined towards saying that their expectations are somewhat exceeded in one way or another.
Posted 20 Apr 2012
Calais is the most popular ferry port along the channel in France. With so many visitors arriving each day the North of France and indeed Calais has so much to offer, and what better place to begin exploring than the town you arrive in.
Posted 21 Nov 2011
P&O Ferries has taken delivery of their new super ferry, the Spirit of France. The ship arrived at the Port of Dover last Saturday after completing a 1,400 mile voyage from the Rauma shipyard in Finland.
Posted 17 Nov 2011
If you’re an avid fan of sports and are planning to take a trip to London to see the 2012 Olympics, a great option for traveling which you can consider would be by Ferry.