Crossing the Channel first class

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  1. rosalan

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    Last year our crossing ticket with P & O had a mistake printed on the ticket. This, if you are flying is a no, no. So I contacted the ferry company who apologised and upgraded our channel crossing to 'Club Class' which I had not heard of.
    We found our way to the 'Club Class' area which was brilliant..... free Papers, Coffee, Sweets, wifi and so much more, in a quiet and luxurious area with flowers. You could order a variety of snacks from table service.
    The toilets and showers were included in the area as was their own deck to look down on the regular passengers.
    It is true to say that I did not want to get off the all too short crossing. At £12.50 a head, is it worth it? Yes, unless you are on a very tight budget.
    Alan
     
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    Chris Funster Life Member

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    I always do that when I use the ferry(y)
     
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    Us too (y)
     
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    Port Out, Starboard Home ? :)
     
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    Is there any other way . . . ? :)
     
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