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Win: 10 free student sailings from Larne to Cairnryan with P&O Ferries

Published 18/08/2016

Win ten free sailings with P&O Ferries and the Belfast Telegraph
Win ten free sailings with P&O Ferries and the Belfast Telegraph

P&O Ferries — the UK’s largest ferry operator — and the Belfast Telegraph are helping students to celebrate their A-Level results by giving away 10 FREE return sailings to Scotland to help with their move across the water for college or university this autumn.

And for those starting university, or those who are returning students for the new term, entering the competition couldn’t be easier! With no baggage restrictions, students can pack lots of home comforts into the boot of their car for their free crossing — ready to create their new home away from home.

Neal Mernock, sector director Irish Sea, P&O Ferries, says: “P&O Ferries is delighted to offer 10 free sailings for students, whether they’re going onto higher education for the first time, or returning to university, or college, for the new term. “After all their hard work, P&O Ferries wants to congratulate and reward students during this exciting time. “With the shortest and most frequent crossings between Northern Ireland and Scotland, P&O Ferries is looking forward to welcoming students on-board this autumn.”

Once on-board, students can relax on their two-hour crossing from Larne to Cairnryan by connecting their tablets, iPads and smartphones to the free wi-fi available throughout the sailing. The restaurant offers freshly-prepared meals, vegetarian options and tasty snacks so students can enjoy a meal before arriving at their student halls, or accommodation.

To be in with a chance of winning a return sailing from Larne to Cairnryan, click here.

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