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P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries – the FerryGoGo overview

Ferry crossings to Scotland, England, Ireland, France and the Netherlands

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P&O Ferries routes

Ferry crossings operated by P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries is one of the most well-known ferry companies in Europe and operates some of the most popular crossings to and from the continent, the UK and Ireland.

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P&O Fleet – the ferries from P&O 

Irish Sea routes

These ferries from P&O sail on the Larne – Cairnryan and Liverpool -Dublin route, the so called Irish Sea crossing.

  • European Highlander
  • European Causeway
  • Norbank
  • Norbay

Short Sea (English Channel)

These ferries from P&O sail on the Dover Calais and Calais Dover crossing. The Channel or Short Sea crossing:

  • P&O Pioneer
  • Spirit of Britain
  • Spirit of France

North Sea route

On the North Sea route: from Hull to Rotterdam and vice versa P&O operates the ferries:

  • Pride of Hull
  • Pride of Rotterdam

P&O Support & Help

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Call centre (UK): 01304 44 88 88.


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P&O Terminal & port addresses

Countries & ports where P&O Ferries operates 

Information on the different P&O Ferries offices, addresses and harbour / port locations

P&O Ferries has multiple terminals for their crossings between the UK, Ireland, France and the Netherlands. These are the respective addresses, from where you can set sail and as a navigation input for your journey with P&O Ferries.

Dover – Calais (P&O)

Address Dover Port – UK

  • Dover Ferry Terminal
  • Travel Centre
  • Eastern Docks
  • Dover Kent
  • CT16 1JA

Address Calais Port – France

  • P&O Ferries
  • 285 Avenue du Mérite Maritime
  • 62105 Calais
  • France

Hull – Rotterdam (P&O)

Address Hull Port – UK

  • P&O North Sea Ferries Ltd
  • Hull Ferry Terminal 1
  • King George Dock
  • Hedon Road Hull
  • HU9 5PS

Address Rotterdam Port – Netherlands

  • Luxemburgweg
  • 3198 LG Europoort
  • Netherlands
  • The P&O Ferries dock number (Havennummer) is 5805.

Liverpool-Dublin (P&O)

Address Liverpool Port – UK

  • P&O Ferries
  • Branch Dock Two
  • Gladstone Dock
  • Bootle 
  • L20 1BG

Address Dublin Port – Ireland

  • Terminal 5 (T5)
  • Terminal Road South
  • Dublin Port
  • Dublin 1
  • Eircode D01N6K6 GPS 53.3462411, -6.1935901
  • Plus Code 8RW4+FHV Dublin

Cairnryan-Larne (P&O)

Address Larne Port – Northern Ireland, UK

  • P&O Ferries
  • Larne Harbour
  • Larne
  • County Antrim
  • BT40 1AW
  • Northern Ireland

Address Cairnryan Port – Scotland

  • P&O Ferries
  • The Port
  • Cairnryan Stranraer
  • Wigtownshire
  • DG9 8RF Scotland

About P&O Ferries

Ferry crossings to Scotland, England, Ireland, France and the Netherlands

P&O Ferries is a British company that operates ferry services between the United Kingdom and various destinations in continental Europe and Ireland. They offer ferry crossings from ports in England, Scotland, and Ireland to locations in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

Some of the popular routes include Dover to Calais, Hull to Rotterdam, and Liverpool to Dublin. These ferry services are essential for both passengers and the transportation of goods between the UK and mainland Europe. 

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