Despite being one of the smallest vessels in the P&O fleet, the Pride of Burgundy provides the perfect setting to relax and pass the time whilst making your short journey. You can grab a bite to eat, have a drink at the bar, gain some retail therapy and even let the kids run around and burn some energy in the designated play areas.
This state of the art ferry can carry up to 1,420 and 530 vehicles on each of its journeys. The amenities and crew areas are spread over eight decks, with the ship measuring in with a length of nearly 180 metres.
Due to the short nature of the journeys there are no passenger cabin options available. However, reserved seating can be booked. Club Class Lounge seating can be pre-booked if you fancy a little bit of extra luxury whilst crossing the channel.
You’ll find options for both food and drink aboard this P&O service. If you want to grab a quick bite to eat, enjoy something at the bar or visit the coffee shop, there are options to suit everyone’s tastes and pockets.
If you are in need of some holiday necessities, a few souvenirs or even just fancy treating yourself to a little something, the on board shopping options provide you with the ideal opportunity to take advantage of lower than high street prices. As well as the usual books, magazine and snacks, you can benefit from huge savings on items from beauty brands to your favourite tipple.
Commission free foreign exchange is available to all passengers from the bureau de change and ATM machines are located throughout the vessel.
Young travellers will have plenty to do and keep them occupied on their voyage. A dedicated kids play area will allow the little ones to burn some energy and have a run around. The onboard video arcade will allow both small and big kids to be part of the fun.
P&O ferries are specially adapted to cater for those travellers with restricted mobility. The Pride of Burgundy’s shopping, dining and seating areas are all fully accessible and wheelchair friendly. If requested in advance staff are available to meet and assist passengers with special requirements on the vehicle deck.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Pride of Burgundy guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
97% of our customers recommended this ship
"Pride of France"
Excellent trip in such strange times courteous and helpful skeleton staff stay safe everyone 🙏❤️
Reviewed by John who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Great, easy experience"
Really happy with our experience, arrived at the Dover terminal almost 4 hours before we were due to sail, the young lady greeted us warmly and impressed my wife by knowing our names (due to vehicle reg recognition on approach), she very quickly checked us in and got us on an early sailing, 15 minutes, we were directed straight on. only downside was we were one of the last on a busy ferry with Busloads of school children, junior football teams, which meant we couldn't find a seat which was a bit of a blow as I had hoped to break up my drive from Liverpool via Birmingham onto Disneyland Paris with a quick sleep. Not to worry though. Our return journey 3 nights later was exactly the same with us allowed to get an earlier crossing, this time we were spoilt for choice as there was only a handful of people on the ferry. would definitely use this service again. Thanks to all.
Reviewed by Martin who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
Our Calais Dover ferry was delayed by 4 hours due to high winds. P & O gave us a £6 voucher which i spent on a children's portion of fish and chips (once on board) which was very good (the adult portion is very large). We've taken the ferry 3 years running now in February because it's cheaper than the tunnel and I drive a 2.1m high vehicle and those spaces fill out early. The tunnel is also prone to delays at Half term. The ferry also allows you to arrive home fed which is a bonus.
Reviewed by James who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Pride of Britain "
Return journey on Pride of Britain, decided to visit the Brasserie, waited on by very polite staff and had a very nice good valued meal. Stayed at table for whole of crossing in very nice restaurant. Well done P & O Ferries. Staff could not be more helpful please pass on any comments
Reviewed by Brett who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Ferry Service :Excellent , UK Customs : a SHAMBLES !"
The P&O service on the whole cannot be faulted. The processing was swift and carried out by friendly and efficient staff. The big let-down was UK customs. On a day/weekend, when it was highly likely, that a large number of travelers would be returning to the UK, the customs were not at all prepared. Cars piled up in huge numbers at Calais and despite arriving way ahead of time, many missed their scheduled crossings. The reason : out of 14 processing booths, only 3 (then 4) were manned. Retired personnel were working because UK customs once again failed to get their act together. We have not even a completed Brexit yet, what is it going to be like when the real chaos starts ??? UK government & UK Customs match each other on incompetence !
Reviewed by Jens who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
The ferry was great. We had to get on a later one as It took over an hour to get through border control. No communication between them and ferry companies. How early should you arrive!
Reviewed by Andrew who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
very enjoyable crossings both ways. took less time than we expected. very well organised by the team. Thanks!
Reviewed by Alan who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Dover- Calais- Dover"
Great experience traveling by ferry. Super friendly crew, fast border control and good organization.
Reviewed by Anna who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Dover - Calais and Return"
Arrived early for both my outward and return journey. Absolutely no problem jumping on an earlier ferry. Staff very friendly and helpful. No extra charge made. Short trouble-free crossing both ways. Didn't sample any food, so can't comment. Only slight annoyance is the overlong safety announcements (over zealous elf and safety is my pet hate).
Reviewed by Dennis who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Glad to be back!"
We are frequent channel crossers and after many many years of using the tunnel, we decided to give the ferries another try. Using Eurotunnel is primarily easy and efficient compared to my previous memories of crossing above rather than beneath the waves. Yes it takes a little longer but is just as easy and gives one a nice break in what is otherwise a long drive The shopping facilities are great and the food good, even for the veggies in my family.
Reviewed by Francesco who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
We had good crossings each way, despite the sea being quite choppy. It cost less than the alternatives, and we got put on an earlier boat coming back, so it was a good experience overall. If we had a complaint, it is that the 'Burgundy' could do with a make over, it is starting to look tired and the toilet facilities are not the best.
Reviewed by Andrew who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
Good journey with a welcoming crew! Perfect timing and atmosphere!
Reviewed by Nicolas who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
Yuo are THE BEST !!! congratulațiunea congratulațio n.
Reviewed by Lilian who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
Used the tunnel quite a few times because it was quicker but also nearly twice the price - and then stop for a bite to eat - so saved money, took a rest stop and had lunch at the same time - sometimes it’s nice to slow things down a little
Reviewed by Darrel who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
I arrived early and was pleased to be put on an earlier ferry. The ship was very quiet and I had a pleasant trip.
Reviewed by Carol who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
Very easy staff very helpful. Very straight forward
Reviewed by Mari who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"Like it says on the tin"
Did the job perfectly. Allowed to go early without any charge as they have availability on both ways. Some of communal areas are a bit soulless, but it’s only 90 minutes.
Reviewed by Gareth who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
Very great crew for both trips, specially on returning that we arrived a bit running to catch the last ferry. Great adventure
Reviewed by Daniel who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"New experience on a different route"
We tried this route to Hull as an Experiment, and to compare with the normal trip to Dover. On board there was obviously a Little confusion with finding the Right deck and "keys" to the cabin. Good to see that we were not alone. Next time we´ll know. The corridors are too narrow for passengers with varied Hand baggage, disabilities and small Children. But the club cabin gave a positive Impression, with welcoming Drinks and a (dismal) view of the port. The beds were comfy and apart from myself, we all slept well, despite the choppy Crossing. The evening meal was quite good but spoiled by some staff who showed no interest in beckoning Hands of guests. I was not alone and was able to share smiles with other dissatisfied guests. Even the man behind the serving counter simply threw our gammon onto our plates. Just like School dinners. Breakfast was much better….doing everything yourself. For the Money nowadays it was good value, considering the multiple choices of dishes on offer. It reminded us of Basil´s "Communication Problems" in Fawlty Towers. Some staff were brilliant and others indifferent. But communication Needs to be improved, just as with a Football Team.
Reviewed by David who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy
"happy as before"
easy reservation, complete survey, good pricing
Reviewed by Jacques who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Burgundy