P&O North Sea Ferries new refit and relaunch of Pride of York and Pride of Bruges
This week will see the relaunch of two of
P&O Ferries super ships after a multi-million pound refurbishment.
Pride of York which has undergone a new refurbishment
P&O will celebrate at
King George Dock in Hull for the relaunch on Wednesday where some business
clients are to be treated to lunch, wine and also given a tour of the
The Pride of York which weighs 32000 tons and
can carry just under 900 passengers on its route between Hull and Belgium,
has had its catering experience and cabins completely overhauled, also its
freight facilities, shops and bars which now have hotspot wi-fi.
The following week,
its sister vessel, The Pride of Bruges will also be relaunched from
Zeebrugge after having a similar refit.
refurbished cabin on the Pride of York
of P&O Ferries Janette Bell, said "We are delighted that this £8.5m
relaunch has transformed freight driver facilities, on-board shops,
Brasserie and improved the cabins for everyone who sails with us."
"Imagine stepping on
board a ship which takes you to the continent in comfort and importantly
provides you with a good night's sleep, whilst giving you time to relax
over a meal and take advantage of some great shopping deals. It is the
ideal package for tourists who don't want to endure a budget airline and
for freight drivers who want to relax overnight and reach their
destination on time in the morning.
"On board our upgraded
Brasserie offers new menus offering value for money British and
continental dishes. The bars have been given a sleek. modern feel offering
hot food to order and hotspot wi-fi."
The New Brasserie on P&O Ferries Pride of York
proud that whether you are a tourist passenger or a freight driver you
will be able to sleep soundly in your cabin and arrive refreshed the next
The companys new investment is an indication to
its commitment of its Hull routes to Europe with fares starting from £40
each way and 2 for 1 offers.
The Pride of York was
originally build in Glasgow in 1986 and named the MS Norsea, it was then
refurbished in 2001 before being part of the service from Hull to
Zeebrugge in 2003.
To get a quote or to book a sailing on either
Hull to Zeebrugge or Hull to Rotterdam visit our
Sea Ferries page.