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P&O Ferries Timetable, Prices, Availability & Booking

Use our ferry search to find your ferry from P&O Ferries. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your ferry connection. Check availability and timetables now.

The shipping company P&O Ferries

The British shipping company P&O Ferries was founded in 2002. However, the company’s origins date back to 1837, when the Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company was founded. The company is headquartered in Dover, with ferry connections from UK to Ireland, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Today, the company is regarded as a leader in the UK, taking up to nine million passengers safely to their destinations each year.

Reach your destination comfortably and safely with P&O

The equipment of the ships varies depending to route, travel duration and size. So on to short stretch from Calais to Dover, you can expect a brasserie, a food court, a Starbucks café and a bar. In the Duty Free Shop you will find a wide range of products such as fragrances, cosmetics, spirits and technical equipment. And at reasonable prices. A fromchildren’s programme provides entertainment during the summer months with Kids Club, handicraft courses, games and video room. On the longest route from Zeebrugge to Hull, the gastronomic offer is supplemented by a buffet restaurant. On the night crossings a show bar with live music and disco provides pleasant entertainment. Those who wish can retire to their comfortablefrom. It is included in the ticket price to this route. Whether standard, premier or club cabin – everyone will find the right sleeping accommodation here. A limited contingent of barrier-freefromis also available. Pets are also welcome on board, but must remain in a kennel throughout the crossing. This is checked by staff every two hours, visits are possible.

Major P&O Ferries ferry routes

20 ships are in operation on to five routes of the shipping company. The Calais – Dover route is both the most popular and the fastest at 1 hour 30 minutes. Up to 20 crossings take place daily. For the routes Rotterdam Europoort – Hull and Zeebrugge – Hull you have to calculate 11 and 13 hours respectively. The Dublin to Liverpool route takes 7.5 hours, the Larne to Cairnryan route only two.

Current P&O Ferries ferry connections

These are the current ferry connections from P&O Ferries:

Route Start country &
destination country
Number &
Duration of trip
Ferry Dover – Calais England, Channel Ferries, Great BritainFrance, canal ferries 15 times a day
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Ferry Calais – Dover France, canal ferriesEngland, Channel Ferries, Great Britain 15 times a day
1 hour 30 minutes
Ferry Rotterdam – Hull HollandEngland, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain 7 times a week
12 hour(s)
Ferry Hull – Rotterdam England, North Sea Ferries, Great BritainHolland 7 times a week
11 hour(s) 30 minutes
Ferry Cairnryan – Larne Scotland, Great BritainNorthern Ireland, Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries, United Kingdom 7 times a day
2 hours
Ferry Larne – Cairnryan Northern Ireland, Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries, United KingdomScotland, Great Britain 7 times a day
2 hours
ferry Dublin – Liverpool Ireland, Irish Sea FerriesEngland, Great Britain 12 times a week
7 hour(s) 30 minutes
ferry Liverpool – Dublin England, Great BritainIreland, Irish Sea Ferries 12 times a week
8 hour(s)
Ferry Zeebrugge – Hull BelgiumEngland, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain 7 times a week
14 hour(s) 30 minutes
Ferry Hull – Zeebrugge England, North Sea Ferries, Great BritainBelgium 7 times a week
13 hours 15 minutes

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P&O Ferries Tickets

P&O Ferries ferries take you from Belgium, Ireland and the Netherlands to England and Scotland. Three different ticket variants (Saver, Standard Flexi, Fully Flexi) are available on the four routes.
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