On Board the Ferry
Get A good Night's Sleep
You can enjoy your space on longer crossings
by booking a cabin? They can offer a great value way for
you to relax and get a good night's sleep. They give you
the added option of somewhere quiet to have a sleep and
store all your belongings too.
There's usually a choice of accommodation
to suit your needs and a for a supplement you can even upgrade
to a window cabin.
Most cabins are fitted with bunk style beds,
ensuite shower room and toilet. Towels and bed linen are
normally provided and there's plenty of space to store your
Cabins are sometimes compulsory on overnight
Choice of Accommodation
There's usually a choice of accommodation from exclusive
Club cabins, with stunning sea views and complimentary breakfasts,
to economy cabins that provide great value if you're travelling
on a budget. The earlier you book your ferry ticket the
better the choice you have. The better the location, the
more expensive the cabin will be.
If you've got a young family cots are usually available
Eating and Drinking
There's usually a wide range of self-service
food that offers great value for families, everything from
'eat as much as you like' buffets to delicious carverys.
Children can sometimes eat half price and
free baby food is usually available upon request.
Note - not all food options are available
on all routes.
Fancy a drink?
If you fancy a drink you can relax in a bar? They are designed
to give you the best in comfort and atmosphere, you'll find
all your favourite drinks and some great company too.
Most ships are now non-smoking except for
Ferries usually think about every member
of your family. For the kids there are video arcades and
Play Centres. Some ferries even offer children's entertainers
(usually available during children's holidays).
Some ferries have a live cabaret which will
give you a night to remember. On some ferries you can catch
up on the latest blockbusters in onboard cinema, featuring
the latest releases. Also if you fancy a flutter, some ferries
now have a casino. On longer crossings you can usually take
part in a quizz or bingo.
Bureau de Change
With some ferries you can buy your currency
onboard at special rates.
The choice of shopping you can now have
onboard ferries is staggering and they usually everything
you need for your holiday so you won't need to go shopping
before you board. If you like shopping and love a great
deal, you won't be able to resist bargains onboard which
are often better than the ones you'll find at your destination.
Ferries offer great savings of up to 50%
off high street prices on perfume, tobacco, wine, beer and
spirits. You can find designer names and excellent deals.
There are sometimes also seasonal promotions which will
help you to save even more money.