P&O Ferries

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Get great value fares to Europe with P&O Ferries. Find out how you can save even more with the latest P&O Ferries discount codes and special online deals, plus detailed information about travelling with P&O Ferries.

Latest P&O Ferries discount code and deals for 2024/2025
Latest P&O Ferries discount code and deals for 2024/2025

Top P&O Ferries discount codes & deals

Find details on the current P&O Ferries discount codes and online deals for 2024/2025, right here. Look out for extras such as kids travelling for free and meals included, to ensure you get the very best price on your ferry crossing:

  • Save 25% on the Larne-Cairnryan route
  • Vaild on 28 hour return journeys with P&O Ferries
  • Travel before 31st December 2025 (inclusive)

Expires at 23:59 on Tuesday 30th Apr 2024

  • Book a short break from Dover to Calais from just £99
  • Choose from a 3 day break for £99 or 5 day break for £129
  • Travel before 17th July 2024 (inclusive)

Expires at 23:59 on Sunday 14th Jul 2024

  • Receive a free case of wine with France day trips
  • Book day trips to France (Dover to Calais route only)
  • Travel before 31st May 2024 (inclusive)

Expires at 23:59 on Thursday 30th May 2024

  • Check out latest ferry deals between Dover to Calais
  • Crossings to/from France in 90 minutes 15 times a day
  • Standard tickets from just £80
  • Book P&O Ferries between Cairnryan & Larne
  • Ferry crossings in 2 hours day & night
  • Standard tickets from just £130
  • Explore top offers on ferries to Rotterdam from Hull
  • Crossings to/from Holland in 12 hours once a day
  • Standard tickets from just £181
  • Save on P&O Ferries with top offers & deals
  • Book routes to France, Ireland, Holland, Belgium & UK
  • Select a route to show offers & discount codes

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P&O Ferries - routes and destinations

P&O Ferries has long supplied the island nation of Great Britain with frequent services to the continent and Ireland. Trusted by families setting off on holiday, relied on by couples taking a long weekend break.

P&O Ferries is a stalwart of sea connections for both car and foot passengers to France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Take your pick from the following routes:

UK departure ports Destinations
Hull (England) Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
Hull (England) Zeebrugge (Belgium)
Larne (Northern Ireland) Cairnryan (Scotland)
Cairnryan (Scotland) Larne (Northern Ireland)
Dover (England) Calais (France)
Liverpool (England) Dublin (Ireland)
Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland
Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland © Tony Pleavin - courtesy of Tourism Ireland

P&O Ferries to Ireland

P&O Ferries' routes to Ireland are some of the most popular, much loved by locals and tourists alike. You have two destinations to choose from, be it the fun loving capital Dublin, or the Northern Irish port of Larne.

Whether you're off to try the black stuff at the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland in Dublin or using Larne as the gateway to the Titanic Museum in Belfast or the famed Giant's Causeway landmark, P&O Ferries can get you there.

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Chateau in the Pas de Calais, France
Chateau in the Pas de Calais, France © Olivier Bacquet - Flickr CC BY 2.0

P&O Ferries to France

The 20-something mile stretch across the channel from Dover to Calais is a busy, well sailed route, with P&O Ferries hosting no less than 23 crossings each day. It's used by an array of travellers, embarking on anything from a day trip to extended travel through Europe to the rest of the world.

Whether you're boarding as a foot passenger or driving on with your car, P&O Ferries offers a quick and easy route from southeast England to the continent. Head to the P&O Ferries fare types section below to find out more about the ticket options.

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Driving through the streets of Bruges, Belgium
Driving through the streets of Bruges, Belgium © Jan Darthet - Toerisme Brugge

P&O Ferries to Belgium

This is more than just a journey from A to B; it's an overnight adventure complete with cosy cabins, evening entertainment, and various dining options.

Popular destinations from Zeebrugge include the chocolate box world of beautiful Bruges, as well as Ghent and further afield to Germany or Luxembourg.

If you'd like to know more about the various cabin options, head to the P&O Ferries fare types section below.

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Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Rotterdam, the Netherlands © Peter Schmidt - courtesy of Rotterdam Partners

P&O Ferries to The Netherlands

Rotterdam is ideally positioned if you'd like to visit The Netherlands. Located to the south of the country, it's great for both foot and car passengers, thanks to its excellent transport and motorway links.

Nip up to Amsterdam for a weekend or explore the various waterways and famously flat countryside with its windmills and brightly coloured tulips.

No matter what takes you to Rotterdam, you can expect an enjoyable night at sea in a comfortable cabin with plenty of entertainment on offer, as well as bars and restaurants to choose from. Visit our P&O Ferries fare types guide below to ensure you find the right ticket for you.

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P&O Ferries fare types

The fare structure at P&O Ferries is quite complex and specific to each route. However, here's an overview of the types of fares available and what you can expect from each, from budget to more indulgent options:

  • Saver - no frills, economy ticket with standard inside cabin on overnight journeys, booking fee, nonrefundable
  • Standard Flexi - Standard outside cabin with a little more flexibility, changeable (ticket difference fee), refundable ticket with 30 minutes free wifi
  • Fully Flexi - travel whenever suits you, no booking fee, fully refundable
  • Premier - travel anytime in a Premier outside cabin (or with access to Club Lounge on shorter routes); changeable, refundable ticket including priority boarding and 30 minutes free wifi
  • Premier Plus - travel anytime in a Premier outside cabin (or with access to Club Lounge on shorter routes); changeable, refundable ticket including priority boarding and 30 minutes free wifi

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Travelling with P&O Ferries

What's on offer during your journey will depend which route you're taking, and on which ship. You may be onboard for 90 minutes, 15 hours or something in between - no matter what, you're guaranteed plenty of food, drink and entertainment options to help you pass the time.

Watch out for packages when you book online, as you could save by purchasing a dining bundle or similar in advance.

Facilities onboard P&O Ferries

The onboard facilities vary greatly across the different ships and routes, however, you can expect to find at least one of the following facilities on board every ferry when you travel with P&O Ferries:

  • dining - choose from a selection of cafes, bars and themed restaurants
  • entertainment - from cinemas and casinos to live music, kids' play areas and wifi, there's something for everyone on a P&O ferry crossing*
  • shopping - stock up on alcohol, beauty products, food and more on most international routes with up to 40% off

*Please note: all dining, entertainment and shopping options vary according to ship and route. This is a guide only.

The Club Lounge

Sit back, relax and enjoy your crossing in style in the Club Lounge. Whether you gain access as part of your Premier ticket or pay extra on top of your booking from £12, it's worth every penny as you're guaranteed the following:

  • a complimentary drink (alcoholic or soft)
  • free newspapers
  • comfortable sofas
  • light and spacious surroundings
  • splendid views
  • dedicated snack menu

Club Lounge access can be booked on the following routes:

  • Dover to Calais
  • Cairnryan to Larne

P&O Ferries - cabins

If you're travelling on either the Hull to/from Zeebrugge or Hull to/from Rotterdam routes, you will have the option to select a cabin type. Every overnight booking includes a cabin, although you can opt to pay a little more for luxuries such as added space. The cabins available include:

  • Standard - great value cabins with shower room, toilet, towels and bed linen
  • Premier - choose from two or five berth, inside or outside, plus shower room, toilet, towels and bed linen
  • Club - all of the above with extras including a bit more space, a TV, plus tea and coffee making facilities

If you're travelling on the Liverpool to/from Dublin ferry, you will be allocated a Standard cabin, as neither Premier or Club options are available on this route.

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P&O Ferries - the fleet

P&O Ferries has a fleet of 16 ships in all shapes and sizes. The Dover to Calais route is well served with six of the fleet ensuring all 23 crossing happen each day, while the rest ship passengers to and from the other destinations listed below.

The Pride of Canterbury, Dover to Calais
The Pride of Canterbury, Dover to Calais - photo courtesy of P&O Ferries

Dover to Calais

  • European Seaway
  • Pride of Burgundy
  • Pride of Canterbury
  • Pride of Kent
  • Spirit of Britain
  • Spirit of France

Liverpool to Dublin

  • European Endeavour
  • MS Norbank
  • MS Norbay

Hull to Zeebrugge

  • Pride of Bruges
  • Pride of York

Hull to Rotterdam

  • Pride of Hull
  • Pride of Rotterdam

Cairnryan to Larne

  • European Highlander
  • European Causeway

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Hit the open road in Europe with your own car, or head over on foot to test local transport networks - whichever you decide to do, just remember that booking with the latest P&O Ferries discount codes or online deals is the best way to save.

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Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton is Weather2Travel.com's editor. Kirsten writes, commissions and edits our travel features, liaising with our contributors and ensuring copy is spick-and-span. A member of the British Guild of Travel Writers, Kirsten also freelances writing articles on travel, history and the outdoors for titles such as Scotland Magazine and BBC Travel.

Updated on Sunday 14th April 2024

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