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P&O Ferries triumphs for eleventh consecutive year at British Travel Awards

Cross-Channel operator P&O Ferries has won two gongs at the British Travel Awards.

The firm, which operates a Dover to Calais service, scooped the Best Ferry and Mini Cruise Operator along with the Best Ferry Booking Website at the annual awards, presented in London.

BTA_Winners from P&O. From left Sarah Rosier-Jennifer Higgins-Danielle Wharrad. Picture from P&O Ferries
BTA_Winners from P&O. From left Sarah Rosier-Jennifer Higgins-Danielle Wharrad. Picture from P&O Ferries

It has won the Best Ferry category for the last 11 years.

Sarah Rosier, director of passenger sales at P&O Ferries, who collected the awards on the night, said, “It was an honour to receive two awards recognising the quality of our services.

"We have consistently been voted the best in class by the public for over a decade, and this is testament to the hard work that our team puts in day in and day out, to ensure that we offer a superior service to our customers. We’d like to thank everyone who voted for us, and look forward to seeing them onboard again soon.”

British Travel Awards’ chief executive, Lorraine Barnes Burton, added: “Competition was particularly strong this year, but ultimately it was the travelling public who decided the winners by voting for the travel companies they consider the best in the business.”

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