Reviewed 08 July 2014 by Michele
Recently used direct ferries - the customer service agent was very helpful when i was booking my trip from the US. the ferry itself was very organized and clean.
'Michele ' travelled with Irish Ferries, Holyhead Dublin on Dublin Swift
Reviewed 06 July 2014 by Anonymous
A lovely swift calm experience. Only one problem, when we arrived at the Holyhead terminal we were not told which lane to queue in. They were all almost up to the fence, so we could not see any makings on the ground. As the cars moved forward we found we were in the club lane, so we moved to the next, only to find as that moved forward, it was the disabled lane. The guy controlling the cars, just asked us to wait and he filtered us in a little later with no problem. When we arrived at Dublin on our return we asked the person in the booth which lane to join! It would have been simple if the person taking the booking confirmation had allocated us a lane number, or if the club and disabled lanes had been marked by an overhead banner. But that said, it was a lovely way to get to Ireland and we will do it again with Irish Ferries.
'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries, Holyhead Dublin on Dublin Swift
"a quick and pleasant crossing"
Reviewed 06 July 2014 by Laurent
The ferry was full and as we were travelling as apair, we couldn't get a table near the windows. Therefore, we arranged with 2 other motorbikers to get a table for 4. It was more practical to put our stuff. Apart from that, it was very quick and confortable.
'Laurent' travelled with Irish Ferries, Dublin Holyhead on Dublin Swift