Reviewed 02 August 2014 by Richard
A lovely experience..the crossing was prompt leaving and arriving and comfortable
'Richard' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Liverpool Dublin on European Endeavour
Reviewed 01 August 2014 by Marcel
I've been on quite some ferries but this one is really high speed. The jet stream is more than one mile long! It takes two hours from Larne to Troon on this clean boat just enough time to watch a recent movie (Walter Mitty). Everything was in order, the toilets where very proper. If you are travelling in a Campervan which is 3 metres high (or higher) you should book a good time in advance because the availability for these vehicles is limited. Have a nice journey. Marcel
'Marcel' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Larne Troon on Express
"Chilled out crossing."
Reviewed 01 August 2014 by Anonymous
Friendly and competent staff, meals of a high standard at a fair price. The only minus is the price of car and passengers on the Cairnryan Larne crossing.
'Anonymous' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Cairnryan Larne on European Causeway/European Highlander
Reviewed 31 July 2014 by William
I recently travelled on your ferry and I paid to go into the private lounge with My wife and one year old baby. because seating was limited outside. However I was shocked that I had to pay the same price as an adult for my one year old baby. Usually babies are free or a lower cost. Also the lady that was the attendant for the private lounge, also worked in the shop during the crossing, so her service in the private lounge was not always available.
'William' travelled with P&O Irish Sea, Cairnryan Larne on European Highlander