P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries is a British ferry company that operates routes between the United Kingdom and Europe. The company was founded in 1822 and is one of the oldest ferry operators in the world. P&O Ferries currently operates a fleet of ferries that transport passengers, vehicles, and cargo between various ports in the UK, France, Ireland, and the Netherlands.

One of P&O Ferries’ most popular routes is the Dover-Calais crossing, which operates up to 40 times per day. This route connects the UK and France and is the shortest sea crossing between the two countries. P&O Ferries also operates a route between Hull and Rotterdam, which connects the UK to the Netherlands. This route offers daily sailings and takes approximately 16 hours to complete.

In addition to passenger ferries, P&O Ferries also operates cargo-only ferries on its North Sea and Irish Sea routes. These ferries transport goods between the UK, Ireland, and continental Europe. P&O Ferries is committed to sustainability and has implemented various initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, including investing in fuel-efficient vessels and reducing waste.