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sailing updates

Travel updates and latest sailing information from P&O Ferries.

Dover Calais Route

This is the update for 18h00 Sunday 23rd November 2014

Due to technical reasons it has been necessary to cancel the following sailings operated by our vessel the Spirit of France: 


DOCA  16h45 & 21h25

CADO 20h00





Please check in as normal for your booked sailing time where you will be accommodated on the next available sailing.

All other sailings operating to schedule with space available

Latest check-in time is 30 minutes before your scheduled sailing time for vehicles and 45 minutes before departure for foot passengers and motorcycles.

For the latest travel information and weather conditions call our Travel Information and Weatherline (24-hour pre-recorded message) on 01304 44 88 66 . Or, follow our sailing updates on Twitter @poferriesupdate

For more information about the Port of Dover redevelopment please follow this link:

*Station Bus News*

As of September 1st September the bus between Dover Priory train station and Dover Eastern Docks is no longer in operation.


Hull, Zeebrugge/Rotterdam Services

This is the update for 06h00 Sunday 23rd November 2014.

In Zeebrugge: Pride of York (ex Hull) is expected to arrive at 09:50hrs.

All other sailings on our Hull, Rotterdam & Zeebrugge services are running to schedule with spaces currently available.

**Please note check in closes 90 minutes prior to each scheduled departure**

Irish Sea Route

This is the update for 15:00hrs Sunday 23rd November 2014

Larne & Cairnryan Services 

All Larne and Cairnryan sailings are currently operating to schedule. 

**Please note check-in closes 30 minutes prior to each departure** 

Dublin & Liverpool Services

Dublin and Liverpool sailings are currently operating to schedule.

**Please note check-in closes 90 minutes prior to each departure** 

The construction of the Belfast to Larne A8 Dual Carriageway scheme commenced in Autumn 2012 and is progressing at a steady speed. Traffic is now flowing on approximately 5km of newly constructed sections of road with speed restrictions of 40mph in place. Although there are fully trained traffic marshals patrolling the site on a daily basis to ensure there is a free flow of traffic at all times, customers travelling to the Port of Larne are advised to allow some extra time.

The completed works are on target for Spring 2015, and will provide an enhanced road to Larne Harbour, with shorter journey time from Belfast. The road will not feature any roundabouts, allowing for an uninterrupted journey for 14.5km.