"Cairn Ryan to Larne"
Reviewed 18 September 2014 by Norman Pollard
Smooth easy trip. Efficient crew, clean ship and good food at sensible prices.
'Norman Pollard' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway/European Highlander
Reviewed 17 September 2014 by Roger Bush
My experience of my recent trip from Liverpool/Dublin was very good. Only one complaint - the directions to the ferry and P&O in Dublin on the R131 were appalling. Having taken the turning signed - "Entry to Port and Car Ferry" which took us down Alexander Road we were directed by excellent signs for our terminal and P&O only to be led right back onto the road we had just come in on. We went round again, double-checking all the signs with the same result. The third time we ignored the "Port and Car Ferry" sign and continued further along the R131 where we found another sign for P&O Ferry, which was the correct one. Having driven around Ireland for 3 weeks and read comments in guide books about quirky Irish signage, this one beat the lot. I'm glad we were in good time. Anyone arriving late would have been in a panic. The sign I refer to is clearly visible on Google Earth. I think you need to sort this out.
'Roger Bush' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on Norbank/Norbay
Reviewed 17 September 2014 by Terry
Went out overnight with a cabin, food excellent and bed clean and very comfortable. Woke to an excellent breakfast. Returned by afternoon sailing, food is included in ticket price and is good value. Whole trip like being on a cruise, a nice relaxing trip .
'Terry' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Endeavour
"Our first time use of these ferrys."
Reviewed 17 September 2014 by David & Molly.
We were well received on both ferrys loading and unloading was straightforward and ferrys departed and arrived on time.We did not take advantage of the catering, prefering to sit on deck and look at the view.
'David & Molly.' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway/European Highlander