Uni – que offer for students setting sail to study across the Irish Sea – All passengers go free!

by • August 19, 2014 • City News, FeaturedComments (1)982

 

With thousands of students across Northern Ireland getting ready for their ‘A’ Level results this week, P&O Ferries, the UK’s largest ferry operator, has put together a real money saving offer that they can take advantage of as they plan to take up their well-earned place at University in Scotland or England.

  • Up to 3 day return for car & up to 5 passengers
  • The price is set and from Larne to Cairnryan will cost £179 and from Larne to- Troon will cost £199
  • The offer is available on all sailings from September 1st until October 31st, 2014*
  • The offers can be booked from Wednesday 13th August until September 30th, 2014

 

Announcing the offer, Neal Mernock, Sector Director – Irish Sea, P&O Ferries said: “Whether students are setting out to Uni for the first time or simply returning for a new term, P&O Ferries has put together a fantastic money saving deal that will make it easier.

“Simply pay one price for the car and all passengers go free, which means Mum and Dad can see their sons and daughters safely off to Uni with plenty of space for friends or family to jump in the car too.

“Like all ferry travel, there are no baggage restrictions so students can pack all their home comforts ready for their new home. And, with Troon just 45 minutes from Glasgow, the Express offers the most direct and convenient sailing for passengers wishing to travel from Northern Ireland to Central Scotland Universities such as Dundee,  St. Andrew’s, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling.  With such a great offer now available I’m looking forward to welcoming many many students and their friends and families on board ahead of the new term.”

For more information on all sailings and the latest P&O Ferries offers, please visit POferries.com

Pictured heading off to Uni in Scotland with Mum and Dad are local students Connor Stephens 18 from Bangor who is hoping to take up a place in Aberdeen, his sister Joanna and fellow student Shaniece Nesbitt 18 from Belfast who is hoping to head to Glasgow to further her studies.

Pictured heading off to Uni in Scotland with Mum and Dad are local students Connor Stephens 18 from Bangor who is hoping to take up a place in Aberdeen, his sister Joanna and fellow student Shaniece Nesbitt 18 from Belfast who is hoping to head to Glasgow to further her studies.

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