"Shock on arrival at Dublin port"
Reviewed 06 October 2014 by James
My husband, daughter and myself turned up in good time to be told my daughter had not been added to our booking. The guy in the kiosk on arrival at the port was abrupt and insisted I had not paid for an additional passenger. Only when I offered to show him my bank account statement online did he agree to let us proceed. We were then ushered through quickly and queued with the other pet owners in order to get our dog on board. The ship is spotless. The cabin was perfect. The staff on board the ship are so well trained and provide an outstanding service. The food in the restaurant was excellent. My only complaint is that the lady whom I spoke to when I added my daughter was not listening as I believe she charged me for a return trip even though on booking I only requested a single journey. I hope you can look into this and pay me a refund.
'James' travelled with Irish Ferries on Epsilon
"Irish Ferries Rosslare - Pembroke"
Reviewed 04 October 2014 by Michael
My daughter and I used Irish Ferries for a recent trip to Ireland and found the boat and staff excellent. The ferry was comfortable and the food and drink of a high standard. The toilets were cleaned regularly. We will definitely chose to travel with them again. Mike Cash
'Michael' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore
Reviewed 02 October 2014 by Steve
The ferries were great and on time the crossing was very smooth no wind or waves. GO Club class the free food and big comfy seats make it a must. Staff were very helpful and the whole trip was a great pleasure. Thank you
'Steve' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift/Ulysses
Reviewed 02 October 2014 by Liz
This was the first time we've done this crossing and we would definitely do it again. The ferry was well presented, clean and comfortable. The English breakfast we had was tasty and well cooked, service was polite and efficient, and the seating area was well spaced and the seats comfy. A whole lot less stressful than flying.
'Liz' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift