With the Pride of Canterbury you'll experience a little luxury on your channel crossing. With a great choice of places to eat and drink as well as a shop, you'll also find a club lounge, kids play zone and comfortable seating areas.
There are no passenger cabins however seating is available in the club class lounge. Pre-book to enjoy a touch of luxury including a complimentary glass of champagne, tea, coffee, soft drinks and newspapers – all served by friendly stewards.
There's a choice of places to eat and drink onboard to suit all tastes and budgets. If you are travelling with the family then head to the Food Court, serving exciting cuisine from around the world. If you prefer to dine in style, why not try The Brasserie, with the highest quality food and wine served to your table. There's also a Costa Coffee serving light snacks and pastries and a wide range of hot and cold drinks.
There are some great bargains to be had in the onboard shops with literally hundreds of products considerably cheaper than you can find anywhere on the high street.
You’ll also find Video games arcade, wifi, a commission free bureau de change and an ATM machine with an E Top up facility.
Keeping children happy during the ferry crossing is something P&O Ferries take seriously. Onboard you'll find a variety of play areas and activities and kids menu's in the eating area.
If notified or requested staff will meet and assist customers with wheelchairs on the vehicle deck. All shopping, dining and seating areas are wheelchair friendly.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Pride of Canterbury guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
96% of our customers recommended this ship
"Excellent service "
Booked with Direct Ferries. Good price and very easy to use their website and book. Crossing was quick and facilities on-board were good. There was a 40minute delay for the return crossing, never did find out the reason for this.
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"A competent service"
P&O provided a competent service for the Dover/Calais crossing. The range of food available could have been been wider, however.
Reviewed by Anthony who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Direct Ferries /P&O"
Great service. Enjoyed the service and helpful staff.
Reviewed by Brian who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Rough sea, smooth ride."
Ferry safe and clean. Fast journey. Enjoyed the ride!
Reviewed by Tomasz who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"One big disaster"
Ship creew was 10 on 10, but we was waiting 2h for bording, and then another 2,5h to leave a ship. All time for crossing was like 6h!!!
Reviewed by Marcin who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
Both ferries were great, the staff in the restaurant were super friendly and helpful and the food was good quality I can’t praise them highly enough. The selection in the duty free I did find a bit limited but I suppose the majority audience is catered for. Will happily travel P&O Dover to Calais again.
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
Great trip overall from dover to calais and back.
Reviewed by Faizan who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
No probs whatsoever. Booked an traveled within 14 hours!
Reviewed by Nicholas who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"On time and great service"
The ship left on time and the staff are helpful. Facilities on board was good
Reviewed by Khin who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Usual quick crossing"
Flowed through port quickly and efficiently no problems .Smooth crossing and even offered earlier ferry on return
Reviewed by Guy who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Pleasant trip "
Punctual. Staff very helpful and really had a fantastic trip.
Reviewed by Sheik Salim who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"My experience "
I would suggest to please book ur tickets directly from the carrier, they might seem bit more in price as compare to Direct Ferries but when it comes to do any change, it will cost you arm n leg. I booked my tickets via direct terriers and was suggested to book flexi tickets in case I would require to do any changes, this way I won’t have to pay anything extra, trust me no difference, I requested a change a date and was told that it will cost me 45 pounds . I decided not to and reached Calais without a change. P&O was not only helpful but also changed me only £20 pounds. They also did me a huge favour as to my surprise the ticket I was sold as Flexi ticket was actually not the flex ticket. P&O could have made me buy a new one but they were courteous and only made me pay a mere £20 pounds. I would never use them ever again.
Reviewed by Imran who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
Reviewed by Giulia who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Dove & Calais /Calais to dove "
Reviewed by Priyantha who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"An old experience pleasantly revived!"
This was probably the first time we had crossed from Dover on a ferry since Eurotunnel and were very pleasantly surprised. The crossing to Calais is only c1.5 hours and there are plenty of comfortable seats, even in the summer holidays (we returned on August 1). Only real drawback was that while in Dover we "sailed" through passport control etc, coming back in Calais we queued for what seemed at least an hour. This would not stop us using the ferry again, but possibly not in the summer holidays (we are semi-retired, so that's not a problem :)
Reviewed by Nick who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"No updates from DirectFerries"
We were hold up for over additional 1.5h waiting for delayed ferry, apparently P&O sent emails with updates to those who purchased tickets directly, we haven't received it. DirectFerries needs to correct it.
Reviewed by Krzysztof who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Calais-Dover Car Ferry"
NB Ship was in fact the "Pride of France". I had arrived very early for my scheduled voyage and the P & O port officials kindly offered me a place on an earlier ferry which had places to spare. Of course the very name P & O conjures up thoughts of luxury travel to Imperial India and suchlike and so expectations of P & O tend to run high. I was NOT disappointed by its modern-day, if more mundane, successor. On the contrary I was delighted to discover (directed by charming staff) high up on the upper decks a splendid lounge where I was able to enjoy a proper Afternoon Tea ( a "cream tea" indeed) which would not have disgraced Fortnum & Masons. And with attentive service to boot. And all for the very modest sum of £10. A most enjoyable experience in every respect.
Reviewed by Robin who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
Reviewed by Mihail Dragos who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
"Very good service "
Arrived early and were offered right away an earlier ship to board Good facilities Clear announcements
Reviewed by Romuald who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury
The whole process of booking, paying and then turning up to catch the ferries both ways was effortless and faultless
Reviewed by Derek who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Canterbury