Reviewed 06 April 2015 by Ron
I was very impressed with a Lithuanian stewardess who took us as handicapped people to a reserved table. I believe her name of Tatiania. She was very helpful.
'Ron' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift
"Holyhead to Dublin and Back: Very Efficient and Easy"
Reviewed 06 April 2015 by Douglas
This was the first time using a ferry to take my car for travelling in Ireland and it was a "grand" experience. The boarding and disembarking were quick and efficient both in Holyhead and Dublin and the trip across the Irish Sea in both directions was very quick indeed. Taking the car from the UK rather than flying and then hiring a car in Ireland is definitely the way to go for me (I've done both). I will use Irish Ferries again and look forward to my next trip to Ireland.
'Douglas' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift
"Fast, comfy and prompt"
Reviewed 04 April 2015 by Jonathan
Caught the Swift as I required a fast crossing. Winds and sea were pretty high although the ship coped very well. Loved standing at the back watching the immense power of the water jets. Interior is well furnished, comfy and even has a cinema and small shop. My motorcycle was secured by a man who knew what he was doing! Recommended!
'Jonathan' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift
"First time on Irish Ferries"
Reviewed 04 April 2015 by John
This was our first ever ferry journey and Wow, what a brilliant experience, easy straightforward check in and loading, we booked Club Class that was well worth the extra money as you get priority loading, a really comfortable lounge with reserved seats, a selection of tasty snacks and drinks, plus priority disembarking. The staff were pleasant and helpful and the whole journey ran like clockwork. The outbound sailing was very smooth but although the return sailing was a little rough it was fine if you followed the staffs advice and remained seated. Overall a great start and end to our holiday Thank you to all at Irish Ferries We would certainly use you again and recommend you to friends and family
'John' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift