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Express delivery from P&O Irish Sea ferries

P&O Irish Sea operates three different routes crossing the Irish Sea between England, Ireland and Scotland.

These are

Offering superior vessels, the P&O Irish Sea operation has gone from strength to strength.

Scotland is only one hour away on board the record-breaking P&O Express fast craft or 105 minutes on board the European Causeway and European Highlander superferries.

And with up to nine departures daily in the summer months, you will enjoy the shortest, fastest, most convenient crossing on the Irish Sea.

European Highlander

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Route: Cairnryan - Larne
Gross tonnage: 21,188 tonnes
Builders: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Shimonoeki, Japan
Entered service: May 2002
Passengers: 410
Crew: 55
Vehicles: 375 cars or 116 freight units
Length: 535ft
Width: 77ft
Speed: 23 Knots
Stabilisers: 2

European Causeway

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Route: Larne - Cairnryan
Builders: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Shimonoeki, Japan
Entered service: June 2000
Gross tonnage: 20,800
Passengers:
Crew 55
Vehicles: 375 cars or 107 freight units
Length: 512ft
Width: 76ft
Speed: 23 Knots
Stabilisers: 2

P&O Express

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Gross tonnage: 5,902
Route: Larne-Cairnryan and Larne-Troon
Builders: InCat, Australia
Launched: 1998
Entered service with P&O Irish Sea March 2005
Passengers: 868
Vehicles: 225
Length: 299ft
Width: 85ft
Speed: 41 Knots

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