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P&O Ferries celebrates Christmas by offering Carols the chance to win a return ferry crossing

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To celebrate the fun and festive season this December, P&O Ferries is giving anyone with the name Carol the chance to win free return ferry travel between Larne and Cairnryan.

With the countdown to the big day fast approaching, ‘tis the season to be jolly and P&O Ferries is getting into the festive spirit by offering all Carols the opportunity to win a free return sailing between Larne and Cairnryan, including access to Club Lounge, on the shortest and most frequent crossing between Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Anyone with the name Carol can apply to win free return travel via P&O Ferries’ Twitter by tweeting #carolstravels tagging @poferries and indicating if they’d like to travel from Larne or Cairnryan. Two winners will be chosen at random, one from Scotland and one from Northern Ireland.

P&O Ferries operates the shortest, most frequent crossings to Northern Ireland and with a journey time of just two hours, the trip is both easy and convenient with free, reliable Wi-Fi throughout the sailing. Passengers can also relax in the newly decorated lounge area while kids can have fun in the children’s play area and gaming zone. The on-board catering menu offers a variety of meals as well as a great range of lights snacks to suit all times of travel.

Travel with P&O Ferries from Larne to Cairnryan before 31st December 2017 and get 20% off your trip as well as a Flexi Ticket upgrade absolutely FREE. With fares starting at just £74 for a car and driver, it’s a great way to travel to Scotland and Northern Ireland for even less. Book your travel before 31st January 2017 at www.poferries.com and use promo code ‘20FLEXGB’ to avail of this great offer. Terms and conditions apply.

For more information @poferries or https://www.facebook.com/poferries

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