Kids go free with P&O ferries this summer

Lily-Rose Muldoon, aged six, helps P&O Ferries captain Colin Fleming launch its new kids eat free initiative.INNT 29-606con

Lily-Rose Muldoon, aged six, helps P&O Ferries captain Colin Fleming launch its new kids eat free initiative.INNT 29-606con

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P&O Ferries is offering children - up to the age of 15 - a free meal on all of its Irish Sea crossing this summer.

Children can eat free when two adults purchase a meal on the offer on all sailings between Larne, Cairnryan and Troon until Wednesday, September 5.

Arthur Murphy, business development manager at P&O Ferries, said: “Last year we carried over 70,000 young people and their parents during the busy summer period and we are delighted to be able to offer parents this money saving deal.

“Our Fables restaurant is hugely popular serving a wide variety of delicious dishes, from substantial meals to snacks and nibbles. There really is something to cater for every taste.”

P&O Ferries operates 10 sailings a day from Larne to Cairnryan and Troon.

For details and information on this offer or to book a sailing, visit www.POferries.com.