NorfolkLine ferry Liverpool to Dublin car+4 only £50 rtn (day) £100 rtn (night with cabin included) - HotUKDeals
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NorfolkLine ferry Liverpool to Dublin car+4 only £50.00 rtn (day) £100 rtn (night with cabin included)

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NorfolkLine ferry Liverpool to Dublin car+4 only £50 rtn (day) £100 rtn (night with cabin included) + fuel surcharge of £6 per person per leg Night sailing includes 3 course dinner & Breakfast. Day… Read More
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NorfolkLine ferry Liverpool to Dublin car+4 only £50 rtn (day) £100 rtn (night with cabin included) + fuel surcharge of £6 per person per leg

Night sailing includes 3 course dinner & Breakfast. Day sailing includes lunch.

Availability on every sailing between now and December. The normal price can be 3, 4 or 5 times this!

Soak up the history and culture of Dublin and surrounding regions from only £50 for a car and 4 passengers return.

Terms and Conditions:
Liverpool to Dublin only.
Customers must quote offer codes.
Offer is only valid to Cars. Trailers & Caravans will be charged at brochure rate.
Book by 20th September 2009 and travel by 19th December 2009. All offers are subject to space availability.Amendment fee of £25 applies. Fuel surcharge £6 per person single leg (subject to change). No refunds. Payment in full at time of booking. All passengers aged 18 years or over must show photographic identification for all travel. To book by telephone call + 44 (0)8 44 499 0007 UK. £10 supplement for telephone bookings.
All discount offers above are only available on the Norfolkline Irish Sea services ex UK
Payment for travel must be made at time of booking. No payment on departure accepted.
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#1
Pretty good price, hot!

Cheers, Des.
#2
Wouold be a good deal

Except for the £6 Per Leg Per Person Fuel Surcharge

Hence for 4 people in a car almost doubling the £50 Fare!

Hence cold from me - Hate hidden fees

OP should amend title as cheapest for Car plus 4 is £96 including the Fuel surcharge which cannot be avoided.
#3
Fuel surchage is new, never paid that before. Have used these before and suited us. Bear in mind, the crossing takes a long time. OK for the night crossing but a long time on the boat if daytime take plenty of reading!

This is mainly freight carrier but don't let that put you off.
#4
It's a hot hot hot deal. My friend is a regular traveller to Ireland and has just booked this deal for her and a friend for £124. It usually costs her £100+ just one way
#5
Forgot to say, don't forget quidco at 7% !
#6
well fuel surharge or not - it's cheaper than anything else you can get especially for an overnight sailing with cabin as these are normally twice the price of the shorter stena line etc crossings.

I just booked a night return and paid in Euros - €124 for 2 adults and a child worked out at £108 including fuel surcharge.

I hope this deal saves someone a bit of money - I imagine regular travellers across the Irish sea like myself will appreciate it more than the ducks ;)
#7
Nice one. Just paid £130 SINGLE from Larne to Cairnryan.......
#8
Just booking on now. The only slight bug bear I have is that if you book from Ireland to UK its 124 euro and if you do UK to Ireland its £124.

Good deal still tho, voted hot.
#9
fantafan
Just booking on now. The only slight bug bear I have is that if you book from Ireland to UK its 124 euro and if you do UK to Ireland its £124.

Good deal still tho, voted hot.


well considering the exchange rate, its not far off ;-)
#10
This is a hot deal. I wanted to take my girlfriend on a trip around Ireland but found car hire was too expensive (as I'm under 25) and the ferry was proving to be ludicrously expensive. Two people at £74 return total though makes this idea reality. Thanks a lot.

I noticed it says that the journey takes 7 hours. Anyone know what this is like? Is there much to do or should you get a cabin to keep yourself entertained?

Thanks!
#11
No not much to do. Cabin was included in price for night crossing. Large lounge and few people when we came back in daytime. But just take lots to read..........As I said previously, the time it takes, is the downside to this crossing
#12
the day sailing is too long - night sailing is the way to go on this route
#13
last couple of days to grab this offer

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