With summer just round the corner, P&O Ferries has announced a range of great value offers that will bring a smile to holidaymakers’ faces across Northern Ireland.
The ferry company’s popular ‘Kids go Free’ offer returns this summer, where children aged 15 years and under can travel for free when sailing from Larne to Cairnryan – the shortest, fastest, most frequent crossing to Scotland.
In addition, this year’s summer offers will enable P&O Ferries’ customers to opt for free flexibility on their booking or select a free upgrade to its Club Lounge when they book their vehicle on a Larne-Cairnryan crossing.
Sarah Rosier, Head of Sales and Marketing at P&O Ferries, said: “We always ask ourselves what more we can do for our customers. Different people like to get different things out of their holiday which is why we are letting the customer choose their summer offer, so they can save money on something that matters to them and will make a difference to their journey. “For everyone, ferry travel also offers the added benefits of no baggage restrictions and the ease of taking your own car, giving you the freedom to explore new shores and make the most of your trip.“Whichever offer you go for, once on board you can relax and focus on planning the rest of your holiday adventures. We’ll get you to your stunning end destination within two hours. #WhatNext is up to you.
“We have been voted Britain’s favourite ferry company at the British Travel Awards for ten consecutive years and with these generous offers we hope that we can keep that run going. Our aim is nothing less than to re-imagine ferry travel for our customers and think what we can do for them beyond the ferry.”
The choice between free flexibility or a free club lounge upgrade applies for vehicle bookings made by 8 July on the Larne-Cairnryan route for travel by 30 September 2018. Visit www.poferries.com for further details on this and the Kids go Free offer.
P&O Ferries is a leading pan-European ferry and logistics company, sailing 27,000 times a year on eight major routes between Britain, France, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Holland and Belgium. It operates more than 20 vessels which carry 8.4 million passengers and 2.3 million freight units annually.
Together with its logistics division, P&O Ferrymasters, the company also operates integrated road and rail links to countries across the continent including Italy, Poland, Germany, Spain and Romania. P&O Ferrymasters also owns a rail terminal in the Romanian city of Oradea, which facilitates the onward movement of goods to Britain from Asian countries via the Silk Road.