OUR TRUSTWORTHY FLEET
Get to know our Dublin to Liverpool fleet
Each one of our Dublin to Liverpool ships is unique in its own way, but all of them offer the same great onboard facilities for passengers to enjoy. Through regularly renovating and refreshing our fleet of ships, we can ensure that you’ll have a comfortable and enjoyable journey every time you sail across the Irish Sea with us.
Built in Rotterdam in 1994, Norbay was originally intended for our Hull to Rotterdam fleet but joined the Irish Sea in 2007 alongside her sister ship, Norbank. When you sail on this ship your meals are included and there are cabins available, as well as cafe and bar areas to relax in.
From 1997 Norbank could be spotted sailing between Hull and Rotterdam, but this changed when she was moved to the Irish Sea in 2002. With the capacity to carry 114 passengers, Norbank boasts cabins plus cafe and bar areas, and passengers can enjoy free meals while on board.
Built in Spain in 1997, the European Endeavour sailed on her maiden voyage in 2000, before coming into service for P&O Ferries on the Irish Seas in 2007. These days Endeavour is used as a passenger and freight ferry for our Liverpool to Dublin route. There are cabins onboard and all meals are included, so you’re certainly looked after during the 7.5 hour journey.