Dublin - Liverpool Ferry Operators

date17 Sailings Weekly
clock7 hour 59 minute crossing
Dublin Liverpool Ferry reviews
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Our most recent Dublin Liverpool customer reviews are below, read more by visiting our ship pages.

"Pleasant trip once we found the port!"

Reviewed 07 June 2014 by Susan Walsh

Arriving at both Dublin port and Liverpool port was a bit of an ordeal as particularly liver pool has several departure docks.the service on board was great with substantial food and friendly staff. Will certainly travel the route again given the opportunity.

'Susan Walsh' travelled Dublin Liverpool with P&O Irish Sea on Norbay

"Nice trip in plus lounge"

Reviewed 07 May 2014 by Anonymous

I would recommend the plus lounge. We decide to take the upgrade because we wanted to work in a more silent atmosphere and because we wanted to leave the ship a soon as possible (we arrived over midnight and had to go to our hotel. Also an advantage of the lounge is the possibility to have drink (drinks are in the price) and to have a nice meal.

'Anonymous' travelled Dublin Liverpool with P&O Irish Sea on Norbank

"Crossing from Dublin to Liverpool"

Reviewed 26 March 2014 by Jayne

The ship itself was fabulous. Exceptionally clean, polite staff. Food choice brilliant and included in the very reasonable fare. However, the signage to find the port leaves a lot to be desired. The actual paperwork doesn't state the port number, so as you follow the sign that says "All ferry ports" , read on the board (as you are driving) which port you need, it doesn't seem right that following the signs to port 3 you are going away from the dock and back onto the main "into the city " road. Having eventually clicked that this was the case, more by sheer luck, when you then turn into the right road, the signage for cars isn't clearly visible upon approach either. Having done it once I will know for next time but that isn't the point.

'Jayne' travelled Dublin Liverpool with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour

"Christmas Sail"

Reviewed 11 January 2014 by Brendan

Sailed from Dublin to Liverpool with P&O after christmas, dispite the 2 hour delay due to the terrible weather at the time. The sail was very comfortable and the cabins were clean and spacious, we managed to sleep through the majority of the crossing. The varieties of food available were very good and catered for everyone's tastes. Tea, coffee and juice was available throughout the sail at no extra cost. I would definitely recommend P&O to anyone sailing from Ireland to the UK in future. The only slight criticism I would have is that after the sail was delayed by 2 hours there was nowhere for people to go only to wait in cars - 3 hours in our case because we had arrived early. The facilities at Dublin port terminal were very basic and consisted of a vending machine and toilets. Over all though an excellent service from P&0.

'Brendan' travelled Dublin Liverpool with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour

Dublin to Liverpool Ferry

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