Quickly book a cheap P&O Ferries ferry to the UK, France, Ireland or the Netherlands with ferrysavers.com. Using ferrysavers you can book a P&O ferry to Calais or a P&O ferry Dover. In addition, P&O also provide a ferry service to Hull and ferry crossings to Larne in Northern Ireland.
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P&O Ferries is one the UK's most famous and trusted ferry brands, and offers the most frequent passenger services to the Continent. P&O Ferries operate routes between the UK and France, Belgium and the Netherlands, and P&O Irish Sea run the shortest and most frequent routes to Ireland and Northern Ireland available.
The moment you step onboard a P&O Ferries ship is the moment your holiday really begins. The variety of facilities onboard P&O Ferries' ships will add so much more to your sense of escape and relaxation, helping you arrive at your destination totally refreshed. You will discover a spacious, stress-free environment where you're free to stretch out, do nothing, or pack a lot more enjoyment into your travelling time. P&O Ferries offer great value dining to suit all tastes, from Costa Coffee to the famous Langan's Brasserie you'll be spoilt for choice - and don't forget to check out P&O Ferries' excellent shops; there are some amazing bargains to be found! For more detail on what's available on each route, see our P&O route pages to the right.
Pets on board P&O ferries
You can book your cat or dog on board P&O ferries with Ferrysavers.co.uk. PPets travelling between Dover and Calais must remain in the vehicle. Between Hull and Rotterdam/Zeebrugge, pets must be left in the airconditioned kennels provided. Foot passengers must leave pets in lockable containers that are able to withstand being secured to the ferry. Note that that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport.