P&O Irish Sea

With P&O Irish Sea Ferries, you can sail between England and the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The brand name of P&O Irish Sea was created in 1998, which was used until 2010 when the company rebranded and changed its name back to P&O Ferries. In terms of routes, the seasonal Troon-Larne service uses the P&O Express fast craft, the year round Cairnryan-Larne service utilises cruise ferries, while the Liverpool-Dublin route is completed by conventional ships.

The business established its ferry services in the late 1960s, originally just operating in the North Sea and English Channel, but the world famous brand P&O Ferries we know today was founded in 2002, offering multiple routes all around the United Kingdom and Ireland. P&O Ferries’ ships have everything you would need to keep the whole family happy on the Irish Sea thanks to the well-equipped children’s entertainment areas and arcade rooms, for the slightly older kids. Also on-board are numerous shops selling discounted products and luxurious club lounges, ideal for the longer England-Ireland route.

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All P&O Irish Sea routes

P&O Irish Sea Customer Reviews

  • "Great Crossing"

    Lovely crossing on the ferry, everything was well planned at getting the vehicles on the ferry and the staff were pleasant and helpful, there were plenty facilities on the ferry and the time just flew in

    'Michele' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Highlander/European Causeway

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  • "Liverpool to Dublin Ferry"

    Fantastic cheap crossing with good breakfast and main meal included in the price. Everything was really efficient, on and off boat quickly there and back. Didn't reserve a room on way out but when got on boat booked one. For such a cheap price they are great, small but comfortable with own bathroom. Remeber this is a long sailing, 7 to 8 hours and the ship is mainly for transporting commercial goods but caters really well for travelers alike. Couple of TV's in the seating areas which are comfortable but basic. If you are thinking of going with young children then take loads of things for them to do as there is nothing for them and walking on the deck is restricted to a couple of relatively small areas. Overall it was a great crossing at a really good price

    'Gordon' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on Norbank

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  • "We are sailing "

    Very pleasant and all went well without any problems .

    'James' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway

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  • "Ferry to Larne"

    Lovely experience as always plenty of facilities staff are always helpful and polite and journey is punctual and efficient 

    'Karen' travelled with P&O Irish Sea on European Causeway

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