P and O Ferries operate services from most major UK ports.
North Sea Services
P and O North Sea Ferries operates a fleet of 17 ships covering passenger and freight routes between the ports of Rotterdam Europoort in Holland and Zeebrugge in Belgium and Felixstowe, Hull and Teesport in the UK.
Cruise over to Rotterdam on the largest, most luxurious cruiseferries in the world, the magnificent new Pride of Rotterdam and Pride of Hull.
Drive off in the morning for through routes to the rest of Holland, Germany and Austria.
Or cruise overnight from Hull to Zeebrugge. It's only 35 miles to France and there are excellent motorway connections across Belgium to Southern Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
Services from Portsmouth
P and O Ferries' Portsmouth fleet consists of six vessels, each selected to provide the precise service required by each route. The whole fleet is subjected to a meticulous maintenance programme, ensuring cross-Channel passengers the most reliable level of service. And regular upgrading of facilities means that the fleet continues to lead in luxury as well as performance.
From Cherbourg, it's just a short drive to the gorgeous beaches of the unspoilt Contentin Peninsula. Head this way for Brittany, the Loire and the Vendée Coast. Le Havre is the nearest ferry port to Paris with good through routes to the South. Choose this service and revel in cruise-liner luxuries - sauna, gym, pool, cinema, casino ... You won't want to get off.
Pride of Bilbao which has the largest passenger capacity of any ferry operating out of the UK offers unrivalled onboard facilities from award-winning restaurants to a cinema and fitness centre.
Portsmouth has grown to become the UK's 2nd busiest ferryport because: It's Britain's best-connected ferryport, with great road and rail links from all over the UK. It's well equipped for passengers' comfort and convenience. It's the perfect port for Le HAVRE and CHERBOURG in France, and BILBAO in Spain
Services from Dover
Speed across to France on the shortest route - Dover-Calais with P and O. With up to 35 sailings a day, each way, and a ship leaving every 45 minutes at peak periods, it couldn't be easier to get to France. The crossing takes just 75 minutes and you can make the most of some great value superferry shopping. Drive off at Calais and straight on to the motorway with good connections to the whole of France and the Continent.