Kids Travel Free Across The Irish Sea!

Date: 31 May 2018 15:28 Source: P&O Ferries

Kids Travel Free Across The Irish Sea!

Book your P&O Ferries crossing and Kids Go Free until 3rd January 2019 when you book through Direct Ferries.

This fantastic deal is available on all single and return trips of any duration on the Larne/Cairnryan route (excluding the Liverpool/Dublin route).

Not only can the kids travel at no cost, they are guaranteed an exciting journey with P&O Ferries, who boast a fleet containing a large choice of play areas, computer games, films and Wi-Fi, all for FREE.

Don’t miss out, book by 24th August 2018 to save!

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Please Note: MUST BE Booked at least 2 days before travel Subject to restricted space, sailings and times - offer can be withdrawn at any time. Children aged 15 years and under travel free. Excludes vehicles designed for commercial use, vans, bicycles foot passengers and bicycles. Excludes day trips.

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