by • July 28, 2016 • EntertainmentComments (0)1373

What does a windmill, a train carriage, a fire engine and a trailer load of cabbage have in common? They are all some of the unusual items that P&O Ferries ship daily across the Irish Sea from Larne to Cairnryan.

All of life’s essentials are transported with ease and it doesn’t stop there; in peak seasons over 3,000 passengers per day come on-board P&O Ferries seven daily sailings to enjoy a two hour crossing to Scotland for their summer holidays and weekend getaways.

Passengers can fill up their car boots with everything they need, plus more, to make the convenient crossing to Scotland. From several suitcases of clothes for a girls holiday, bags of sport equipment for a boys weekend, or a bundle of toys to keep the kids happy, P&O Ferries offer passengers something that airlines cannot, no baggage restrictions.

“We pride ourselves on our customer service, which includes providing our passengers convenience and comfort” said Neal Mernock, Irish Sea Sector Director. “We take the hassle out travelling with our no baggage restriction policy. We really do see all of aspects of life pass through our terminals, including the more exotic passengers who also like to travel with us; lions, lamas, elephants and even reindeers.”

For passengers whose key travel essentials are no greater than their mobile phone or iPad, P&O Ferries offer Wi-Fi that Works throughout the ship for the duration of the sailing.

With plenty to do once on-board, passengers can enjoy the newly decorated lounge area while kids can have fun in the children’s play area and gaming zone. The on-board catering menu offers a variety of meals as well as a great range of light snacks to suit all times of travel. With their current family offer now on, passengers can ‘feed the family for £20’ before setting off on their Scottish adventure.

To book your hassle free travel with P&O Ferries, visit now.




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