Monday 31 March 2014

P&O Ferry Returns to Troon

It's great to sit at the computer and watch the fast ferry from Larne sail back into Troon for the new 2014 season. 

The P&O Express fastcraft takes only two hours to speed you across the sea to Troon from Norther ireland and has long been popular for golfers and short breakers alike and 2014 offers some wonderful reasons for visiting the Ayrshire coast again.

The 2-hour Larne to Troon service operates between March and October, and with Troon only 35 minutes from Glasgow and Edinburgh not much further, whether you take the high road or the low road you can be certain to be at your destination, 'afore the rest'!

Travellers can simply ease back as soon as they step on board. Upgrades are available to Club Lounge where there is a further touch of luxury. New delights for 2014 delights include trolley service that means you won’t even need to leave your seat. Alternatively enjoy a delicious meal with a refreshed menu of locally sourced food, including Irish stew. Costa are new on board to offer you their finest coffee or for something with more kick there will be a new-look bar for a drink and snack. 

So if you're planning your travel why not simply sail straight into the heart of Ayrshire and take advantage of some great hotels and attractions this year.

Booking your Ferry is easy online. A few clicks and you're confirmation will be on its way. (For some reason the timetable is not yet available online yet but as soon as it is we'll publish it here.)

And for the Travel Trade?

And for hotels, attractions and golf courses? Well why not make it easy for your visitors to get to you? Publicise the routes, link to the bookings page, promote P&O Irish Sea offers and publish the timetable on your website. Make sure your staff know the route and the frequency of sailings. Get them on the boat of possible. A destination only succeeds when it has access to it and it is important that accommodation providers work with the inbound transport operators to promote routes and develop packages.

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