Kids go FREE on all Irish Ferries crossing in 2013 if you book by 19 March
Irish Ferries has launched two fantastic offers for bookings made during National Ferry Fortnight (2-16 March), including FREE places for all children under 16 on all ferry crossings this year.
“The bigger your family, the more you save: £30 per child on a return journey,” says Dermot Merrigan, head of passenger sales for Irish Ferries.
“The offer is for the whole of this season, including Easter and half term holiday dates, as well as July and August peak season – right through to 20 December 2013. But you must book by the end of the day on 19 March, a deadline we’ve extended past the official National Ferry Fortnight dates to make allowances for our St Patrick’s Day celebrations.”
Irish Ferries fares start at £79 one-way for a car and driver with additional adults from £28 each way.
Irish Ferries’ programme of holidays to Ireland is also taking part in National Ferry Fortnight, with savings of 10% or 15% on holiday cottages booked as part of a self-drive package, for seven night stays (or longer) taken before 31 August.
There are thousands of holiday weeks available at more than 20 beautiful locations in Ireland, such as Waterville Cottages in County Kerry. With this deal a week’s holiday in August costs £823 in total, including holiday cottage rental and return cruise ferry crossings for the car and a family of up to six, as well as the family pet – there’s no pet passport restrictions to worry about when you take your dog to Ireland.