The Club Lounge

Onboard the ships operating between Dover and Calais and also Cairnryan and Larne you will find P&O's Club Lounge. This is a quiet lounge that you need to pay an upgrade for in order to access. The ships operating on the Hull to Rotterdam and Hull to Zeebrugge services do not have a Club Lounge on them, however as part of their array of cabins they do have various sizes of Club Cabin that feature a Television and Mini-bar.

Dover to Calais
On the Spirit of Britain and Spirit of France the Club Lounge is located at the top of the Blue Stairs at the rear of the ship. The door has key card access and is open 24 hours a day, however during the night the refreshment options are limited. When the lounge is fully open it is self service for light refreshments and stewards are on hand for snacks should you wish. The light refreshments are included in your entry fee. Also on these ships the Club Lounge enjoys its own private outside deck space, complete with tables, chairs and loungers to enjoy those summer sailings.

On the Pride of Canterbury and Pride of Kent the Club Lounge is located on the upper passenger deck and overlooks the front of the ship. With windows on all three sides the views out over the English Channel are superb on a clear day, unlike on the Spirit of Britain and Spirit of France the lounge is closed during the night. Stewards are on hand during the day to serve light refreshments and snacks directly to your table. The light refreshments are included in your entry fee.

On the Pride of Burgundy the Club Lounge is located on the upper passenger deck and is looks out towards the rear of the ship, the lounge is the smallest in the fleet. Like on the Pride of Canterbury and Pride of Kent the lounge is only open during the day.
Cairnryan to Larne
Both the European Causeway and the European Highlander have Club Lounges onboard. These ships are small compact ships and as such only have one passenger deck, the Club Lounge is located towards the front right of the ship.