The company suspended all services, including its Dover/Calais route, on Thursday, March 17th, shortly before the announcement that it had fired 800 of its UK-based seafaring staff.
On Monday, March 28th, services on the Dover/Calais route had not resumed, with no date given for when the route may reopen.
For customers travelling on Irish or Dutch routes services are simply cancelled, but anyone with tickets booked on the Dover/Calais route is advised to turn up at the port as planned.
#PODover #POCalais Services today remain cancelled. Please arrive as booked, we will get you away on an alternative carrier asap. Once at the port please head to the DFDS (Dover) or P&O (Calais) check in booths. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause'
— P&O Ferries Updates (@POferriesupdate) March 28, 2022
Once there, they should head to the check-in booths of rival ferry company DFDS and, says P&O, alternative services will be arranged.
Passengers are reminded that face masks are compulsory on DFDS ferries, as well in all public transport hubs and on services in France.