There is an extensive range of wines and sprits at great prices. So, you can save up to 50% on beer and up to 30% on sprits and wines whilst Tobacco products such as cigarettes can be found at around half of the price they can be bought in the UK. Each month there are a range of special offers.
Other attractive areas on board Stena Line vessels are the First Base restaurants which offer a range of chicken sandwiches, burgers, chips, all day breakfast baps and more, including a special kiddies meal with a free toy to go with regular chips and a drink. There is also an international food court with a choice of Italian, Oriental and English dishes, which P&O Stena Line say are created fresh with only the finest ingredients.
For those of you who are early starters, you can get a farmhouse breakfast or a selection of bakery items and morning pastries or choose your own at a self-service breakfast bar, which is served from 2am to 11:15am.
For the little ones, you can allow them to let off steam in the soft play areas. These have a large variety of blocks, ramps and cushions, which enable your children to play together in safety while you relax. The magical world of cartoon corner will offer another diversion for children as their cartoon favourites come to life in glorious technicolour. Height restrictions apply and the play area is unsupervised.
You can also get the right currencies by handing over sterling notes, cheques (with guarantee card), credit and debit cards of travellers cheques. The Bureaux de Change operate for 24 hours on all of their vessels. Should you exchange £100 or more on your way out, you can exchange remaining currency for free on the way back.
P&O Stena Line travels from Dover to both Calais and Zeebrugge. They also go from Portsmouth to Cherbourg, Le Havre and Bilbao. These journeys requires different levels of facilities as some would be overnight and some would only be for a few hours.
For disabled people, Stena Line endeavour to provide the best service they can, but you can help them to do so by making sure that you tell them of your needs as soon as you can, preferably when you make your reservation.
They offer temporary parking spaces next to the ship (need to be reserved) There are lifts through the decks and disabled toilets as well. Trained staff can assist passengers if they need it. There are also hearing facilities but you should tell Stena beforehand.