STUDENTS GO FREE WITH P&O FERRIES

by • August 18, 2016 • EntertainmentComments (0)1169

P&O Ferries is helping students celebrate their A-Level results with a great money saving offer as they book their travel to university in Scotland.

The UK’s largest ferry operator is rewarding students for their hard work by offering up to four students the chance to travel for free, when a trip is booked for a car and one full fare paying adult across the Irish Sea.

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The offer and fare can be booked for students traveling on P&O Ferries Larne to Cairnryan route between 9th August and 30th October. With no baggage restrictions, students can pack lots of home comforts into the boot of the car, ready to create their new home away from home at university or college.

Commenting on the launch of the offer, Neal Mernock, Sector Director Irish Sea, P&O Ferries said: “P&O Ferries is delighted to announce this great offer for students whether they’re going to on higher education for the first time or returning to university or college for the new term.

“After all their hard work, P&O Ferries wants to congratulate and reward students during this exciting time and make their move to Scotland an easy and enjoyable one.

“With the shortest and most frequent crossings between Northern Ireland and Scotland, P&O Ferries is looking forward to welcoming students on-board this autumn.”

Once on-board, students and their families and friends can relax on their crossing by connecting their tablets, iPads and smart phones to the free Wi-Fi throughout the sailing. The restaurant offers freshly prepared meals, vegetarian options and tasty snacks so students can enjoy a hearty meal before arriving at their student halls or accommodation.

Fares from Northern Ireland to Scotland start from just £74 each way for a car and driver. For more information on all sailings and the latest P&O Ferries student offer, please visit www.POferries.com

 

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