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P & O Ferries

Our routes go from England to France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Ireland, and from Cairnryan to Northern Ireland. You can find out more about our different routes below or you could use our Travel Guides to plan your next holiday by seeing our top pick of destinations when you travel by ferry.

Special Assistance

Port Of Hull

Disabled facilities are available in the Ferry Terminal & onboard the Ferries. Assistance with boarding is also available upon request when booking.

Please phone 01482 377177 for further information

If you have a disability, reduced mobility, a medical condition or just need extra help, you can contact Port of Hull to talk through your needs.

Once you’ve made your booking, contact the company as soon as possible, but no later than 48 hours before you travel.

They will assess your needs and ensure that they can be met on your chosen sailing – this includes bringing any specialist equipment on board.

Should they be unable to help, they will explain why and may ask you to travel on an alternative sailing.

If you can’t advise them in advance, they will do their best to allow you to travel as soon as possible after you arrive at the port. However, this may mean your departure is delayed and assistance can’t be guaranteed.

Travelling with a wheelchair or scooter

  • Ramps to get on board
  • Lifts to the passenger lounges
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking spaces

All ports have:

  • A ramp to the Customer Service Point
  • Accessible toilets
  • Hearing loops

P & O Ferries Accessible Travel

P&O Ferries want to ensure all passengers have a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable sailing with us, particularly those who may require additional assistance. That’s why we are dedicated to ensuring we can accommodate our passenger’s needs and special requirements as best we can.

If you or someone you are travelling with has a disability, hidden disability, or reduced mobility, you will need to advise us of the level of assistance that you will require for your travel when you make your booking. This will allow our teams to ensure we can accommodate your needs ahead of your journey with us, so you can have a safe and enjoyable experience.

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Travelling with a wheelchair or scooter

There are ramps and accessible toilet facilities in all terminal areas.

If travelling in a car, advise staff that you are a wheelchair user and you will be parked near the lift and asked if you require any other form of assistance.

Vehicle passengers unable to use the ships’ stairs will be parked as near to the onboard lift as possible. Alternatively, they may board as foot passengers and should ask terminal staff for help. Wheelchairs and personal assistance is available for passengers at both ends of the ferry journey.

Assistance for blind and visually impaired passengers

There is no charge for assistance dogs travelling as dogs are free of charge across all our services.

If you are travelling as a foot passenger, you can also have a companion travel with you free of charge.