P&O Ferries Delights with New Club Lounge Menu

P&O Ferries has launched its new Club Lounge Menu offering even more choice for customers travelling between Larne and Cairnryan on the shortest and most frequent crossing between Northern Ireland and Scotland

The new menu is exclusively available now in the Club Lounge on all sailings and provides a mouth-watering selection of light bites which are perfect if you are feeling peckish.  It includes a selection of light meals such as a prawn open sandwich on wheaten bread, gammon ham and sweet pickle salad, and, among the breakfast options, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on wheaten toast.

Club Lounge access starts from £12 per person when pre-booked and currently includes free Priority Boarding for cars (worth £6), so upgrade now and treat yourself to a stress-free trip and quick boarding.

A Club Lounge upgrade also includes a complimentary glass of wine, soft drink or hot beverage, and the opportunity to pick up a complimentary newspaper and take in the sea views as you sail.

Speaking about the introduction of the new menu, Sarah Rosier, Director of Passenger Sales for P&O Ferries, said, “We are thrilled to launch our new Club Lounge menu. We are continuously looking for ways to enhance and improve our customer experience. The menu was designed to enable our Club Lounge customers to enjoy an even wider choice from our on board food offering which already has fresh, high quality food at its heart.

“Not only do we have the fastest crossing to Scotland, but one of the reasons many people sail with us is so that they can break up their journey and enjoy a tasty meal on board.  Now, for those in Club Lounge, they have the added knowledge that as well as securing a seat in the lounge’s tranquility, this new menu offers an even wider choice than the tasty range of options available in the main Food Court.

“Choose to upgrade to travel in Club Lounge and you’ll be able to relax and unwind in an exclusive and peaceful area as you enjoy complimentary refreshments and snacks.”