P&O Irish Sea was formed in 1998 by the merger of the Cairnryan-based service of P&O European Ferries Ltd and Pandoro Ltd, who operated routes between Ireland, France and England. Today P&O Irish Sea is one of the major operators across the Irish Sea, transporting millions of passengers a year in comfort.
Between Scotland and Northern Ireland P&O Irish Sea have a record-breaking hi-speed catamaran and excellent superferries which will ensure that you travel in style and comfort with traditional P&O warmth and hospitality. The P&O Express is a superb catamaran which makes the Cairnryan to Larne journey in 1 hour, just enough time to enjoy the shops and café or indulge in lovely hot meal from the Fable's restaurant. The superferries European Highlander and European Causeway allow you to relax in the Poet's bar, rest in the quiet area, make use of the children's facilities, shop or enjoy freshly prepared local produce in Fables.
The 2 conventional ferries, Norbank and Norbay, are favourite ways amongst passengers to travel between Liverpool and Dublin; with their large lounge, stylish interiors, Poet's bar and Fable's restaurant it's easy to understand why! These ships also have excellent cabins for overnight crossings, and meals are included in the price of travel.