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Latest travel offers

Press Releases   •   Apr 28, 2016 11:00 BST

Stena Line is offering holiday makers a range of fantastic travel offers that are such good value everyone will have an exciting and affordable break to look forward to this year. Whether it’s a day trip away with friends or a fun packed family break, Stena Line has a great value option to suit everyone over the coming months.

Take your car to Britain and save up to £40 on a return sailing on any new Economy, Flexi or Premium fares on the Belfast to Cairnryan or Belfast to Liverpool routes (must book 48 hours in advance for travel up to 16 December 2016). Use the code SAVEMORE when booking online.

Take a Stena Line hotel break to Britain and bring a friend for free when you stay for two or more nights.

Enjoy an exciting day trip with friends or family to Ayr or Glasgow for an amazing £10 return per person, including coach travel.

For more information or to book go to www.stenaline.co.uk or call 08447 70 70 70.

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MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 028 9073 0880 / Bronagh@duffyrafferty.com

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

​Stena Line is offering holiday makers a range of fantastic travel offers that are such good value everyone will have an exciting and affordable break to look forward to this year. Whether it’s a day trip away with friends or a fun packed family break, Stena Line has a great value option to suit everyone over the coming months.

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Stena signs contract for four new RoPax ferries

Press Releases   •   Apr 05, 2016 11:55 BST

- Will be the most fuel efficient ferries in the world - ​Stena has signed a contract, subject to Board approval by the end of April, for an order of four new RoPax ferries with planned delivery during 2019 and 2020, with an option for another four vessels. The vessels will be optimized for efficiency and flexibility and will be built by AVIC Shipyard in China.

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It’s cool to travel by ferry… just ask the celebrities!

Press Releases   •   Mar 16, 2016 17:36 GMT

Check out the rich and famous who’ve sailed the Irish Sea with Stena Line

WHAT do global superstars Cameron Diaz, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Rory McIlroy and bands like Coldplay, The Killers and Black Eyed Peas have in common with Roy Keane, Mrs Brown and Graham Norton?

The answer is that they are just a few of the growing number of world-famous celebrities who have chosen to cross the Irish Sea with ferry company Stena Line in recent years.

Yes enjoying the many perks and comforts of a chilled out Stena Line sailing is now the cool way to travel between Ireland and Britain, and as part of its current National Ferry Fortnight (March 5-19) campaign, the ferry operator is encouraging ‘ferry first-timers’, and people who haven’t sailed in years, to forget about flying and book a comfortable relaxing ferry trip instead.

As an incentive, customers can book a car trip on any of Stena Line’s Irish Sea routes during National Ferry Fortnight from only €89* single and bring two friends or family along for free, saving up to €120 on a return trip (valid for travel up until June 30, 2016).

Passengers who do will definitely be in good company as in recent years, more and more household names from the worlds of film, TV, music and sport have been popping up increasingly regularly on Stena Line ferries.

So who else has been sampling the delights of travelling with Stena Line?

Well if you’re into music, there is a long list of solo stars that you may have spotted on-board including Nicki Minaj, Shakira, Shane MacGowan, Debbie Harry, Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Olly Murs, Will Young, David Gray, Jake Bugg, Professor Green and Jamiroquai.

Bands obviously enjoy the spacious surroundings of Stena Line’s ferries also with the likes of the Manic Street Preachers, Back Street Boys, Journey, Good Charlotte, The Vamps, Super Furry Animals, Slipknot and the Eagles of Death Metal all sampling the company’s highly-regarded customer service.

Sports fans have also been rubbing shoulders with their heroes in a major way with former Open golf champion and European Ryder Cup 2016Captain Darren Clarke getting into the swing of things on board.

World champions Carl Frampton, Tyson Fury and Glenn McCrory are also boxing clever when it comes to choosing how they travel, while fellow world-beaters Stephen Hendry (snooker), Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor and Eric ‘the Crafty Cockney’ Bristow (darts) have also caught the Stena Line ferry bug.

Swapping the ‘field of play’ for Stena’s on-board comforts, a long list of international football, rugby and cricket stars have also had a ball on the ferry, including England cricketer Freddie Flintoff, Northern Ireland football manager Michael O’Neill, Scotland football manager Gordon Strachan, former Liverpool captain and Irish football international Ronnie Whelan, and former England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio... to mention but a few.

And how they choose to travel is certainly no joke for comedians like Frankie Boyle and Johnny Vegas who have travelled with Stena Line, while celebrity chefs Kevin Woodford and Heston Blumenthal were so impressed that the former helped create the company’s on-board menus and the latter conducted a masterclass for Stena Line’s on-board chefs and cooking staff.

The list of known celebrities that have travelled with Stena Line over the years seems endless and continues to grow steadily, just like the company’s passenger volumes. During 2015, Stena Line experienced a significant increase in passenger numbers, carrying more than 2.5 million on its Irish Sea routes - more than its rival ferry operators combined.

Stena Line is the biggest ferry operator on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes from Ireland to Britain, including Dublin to Holyhead, Rosslare to Fishguard, Belfast to Cairnryan and Belfast to Liverpool, routes.

To check out Stena Line’s National Ferry Fortnight offer or to make a booking, log ontowww.stenaline.co.ie,call 01 907 5555 or visit your local travel office or agent.

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NOTE TO EDITOR: See below a fuller list of famous Stena Line passengers. For further information, please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 048 9073 0880

* Terms & conditions: Two additional passengers travel free on new car and motorhome bookings for travel until 30 June 2016. Subject to availability. Book by 23:00hrs on 19 March and at least two days in advance of travel. Price quoted is based on an Economy single fare when booked in advance on selected Irish Sea sailings. The saving quoted applies to two adult Economy or Flexi return fares inclusive of all fees and dues. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion including Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens. Non web & credit card booking fees apply. Conditions apply.

CELEBRITIES WHO HAVE TRAVELLED WITH STENA LINE ON THE IRISH SEA

Cameron Diaz Nicole Ritchie Whitney Houston

Dannii Minogue Will Young Jason Derulo

David Gray Debbie Harry Coldplay

Derek Ryan Nicki Minaj Back street boys

Slipknot Shane MacGowan Olly Murs

Jamiroquai Journey Newton Faulkner

Ellie Goulding Black Eyed Peas Rihanna

The Vamps Professor Green Jake Bugg

The Eagles of Death Metal The Killers Super Furry Animals

Manic Street Preachers Lady Gaga B A Robertson

Jack Garratt Good Charlotte Shakira

Todd Carty Adam Woodyatt Rory McIlroy

Darren Clarke Freddie Flintoff Michael O’Neill

Eve Muirhead Brendan O’Carroll (Mrs Brown) Vicky Adams

Stephen Hendry John Higgins Stephen Bunting

Kilmarnock FC Stranraer FC Ballymena United FC

Crusaders FC Coleraine FC Neil Lennon

Tommy Wright Tyson Fury Glenn McCrory

Carl Frampton Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Team Belfast Giants

Billy McNeill Tommy Gemmill Kyle Lafferty

John O'Shea Johnny and Corey Evans Steven Davis

Kris Boyd Andy Goram Jack Charlton

Glenn Ross Phil “The Power” Taylor Ronnie Whelan

Eric Bristow Roy Keane Jonah Lomu

Lawrence Dallaglio Gordon Strachan Stephen Hunt

Heston Blumenthal Timmy Mallett Jimmy Cricket

Frankie Boyle Johnny Vegas Graham Norton  

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

​Check out the rich and famous who’ve sailed the Irish Sea with Stena Line WHAT do global superstars Cameron Diaz, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Rory McIlroy and bands like Coldplay, The Killers and Black Eyed Peas have in common with Roy Keane, Mrs Brown and Graham Norton?

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It’s cool to travel by ferry… just ask the celebrities!

Press Releases   •   Mar 16, 2016 17:35 GMT

Check out the rich and famous who’ve sailed the Irish Sea with Stena Line

WHAT do global superstars Cameron Diaz, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Rory McIlroy and bands like Coldplay, The Killers and Black Eyed Peas have in common with Roy Keane, Mrs Brown and Graham Norton?

The answer is that they are just a few of the growing number of world-famous celebrities who have chosen to cross the Irish Sea with ferry company Stena Line in recent years.

Yes enjoying the many perks and comforts of a chilled out Stena Line sailing is now the cool way to travel between Ireland and Britain, and as part of its current National Ferry Fortnight (March 5-19)campaign, the ferry operator is encouraging ‘ferry first-timers’, and people who haven’t sailed in years, to forget about flying and book a comfortable relaxing ferry trip instead.

As an incentive, customers can book a car trip on any of Stena Line’s Irish Sea routes during National Ferry Fortnight from only £79* single and bring two friends or family along for free, saving up to £100 on a return trip (valid for travel up until June 30, 2016).

Passengers who do will definitely be in good company as in recent years, more and more household names from the worlds of film, TV, music and sport have been popping up increasingly regularly on Stena Line ferries.

So who else has been sampling the delights of travelling with Stena Line?

Well if you’re into music, there is a long list of solo stars that you may have spotted on-board including Nicki Minaj, Shakira, Shane MacGowan, Debbie Harry, Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Olly Murs, Will Young, David Gray, Jake Bugg, Professor Green and Jamiroquai.

Bands obviously enjoy the spacious surroundings of Stena Line’s ferries also with the likes of the Manic Street Preachers, Back Street Boys, Journey, Good Charlotte, The Vamps, Super Furry Animals, Slipknot and the Eagles of Death Metal all sampling the company’s highly-regarded customer service.

Sports fans have also been rubbing shoulders with their heroes in a major way with former Open golf champion and European Ryder Cup 2016 Captain Darren Clarke getting into the swing of things on board.

World champions Carl Frampton, Tyson Fury and Glenn McCrory are also boxing clever when it comes to choosing how they travel, while fellow world-beaters Stephen Hendry (snooker), Phil ‘The Power’ Taylorand Eric ‘the Crafty Cockney’ Bristow (darts) have also caught the Stena Line ferry bug.

Swapping the ‘field of play’ for Stena’s on-board comforts, a long list of international football, rugby and cricket stars have also had a ball on the ferry, including England cricketer Freddie Flintoff, Northern Ireland football manager Michael O’Neill, Scotland football manager Gordon Strachan, former Liverpool captain and Irish football international Ronnie Whelan, and former England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio… to mention but a few.

And how they choose to travel is certainly no joke for comedians like Frankie Boyle and Johnny Vegaswho have travelled with Stena Line, while celebrity chefs Kevin Woodford and Heston Blumenthal were so impressed that the former helped create the company’s on-board menus and the latter conducted a masterclass for Stena Line’s on-board chefs and cooking staff.

The list of known celebrities that have travelled with Stena Line over the years seems endless and continues to grow steadily, just like the company’s passenger volumes. During 2015, Stena Line experienced a significant increase in passenger numbers, carrying more than 2.5 million on its Irish Sea routes – more than its rival ferry operators combined.

Stena Line is the biggest ferry operator on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes from Ireland to Britain, including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Dublin to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard routes.

To check out Stena Line’s National Ferry Fortnight offer or to make a booking, log onto www.stenaline.co.uk, call 08447 70 70 70 or visit your local travel office or agent.

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NOTE TO EDITOR: See below a fuller list of famous Stena Line passengers. For further information, please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on +44 (0) 28 9073 0880

* Terms & conditions: Two additional passengers travel free on new car and motorhome bookings for travel until 30 June 2016. Subject to availability. Book by 23:00hrs on 19 March and at least two days in advance of travel. Price quoted is based on an Economy single fare when booked in advance on selected Irish Sea sailings. The saving quoted applies to two adult Economy or Flexi return fares inclusive of all fees and dues. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion including Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens. Non web & credit card booking fees apply. Conditions apply.

CELEBRITIES WHO HAVE TRAVELLED WITH STENA LINE ON THE IRISH SEA

Cameron Diaz Nicole Ritchie Whitney Houston

Dannii Minogue Will Young Jason Derulo

David Gray Debbie Harry Coldplay

Derek Ryan Nicki Minaj Back street boys

Slipknot Shane MacGowan Olly Murs

Jamiroquai Journey Newton Faulkner

Ellie Goulding Black Eyed Peas Rihanna

The Vamps Professor Green Jake Bugg

The Eagles of Death Metal The Killers Super Furry Animals

Manic Street Preachers Lady Gaga B A Robertson

Jack Garratt Good Charlotte Shakira

Todd Carty Adam Woodyatt Rory McIlroy

Darren Clarke Freddie Flintoff Michael O’Neill

Eve Muirhead Brendan O’Carroll (Mrs Brown) Vicky Adams

Stephen Hendry John Higgins Stephen Bunting

Kilmarnock FC Stranraer FC Ballymena United FC

Crusaders FC Coleraine FC Neil Lennon

Tommy Wright Tyson Fury Glenn McCrory

Carl Frampton Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Team Belfast Giants

Billy McNeill Tommy Gemmill Kyle Lafferty

John O’Shea Johnny and Corey Evans Steven Davis

Kris Boyd Andy Goram Jack Charlton

Glenn Ross Phil “The Power” Taylor Ronnie Whelan

Eric Bristow Roy Keane Jonah Lomu

Lawrence Dallaglio Gordon Strachan Stephen Hunt

Heston Blumenthal Timmy Mallett Jimmy Cricket

Frankie Boyle Johnny Vegas Graham Norton

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

​Check out the rich and famous who’ve sailed the Irish Sea with Stena Line WHAT do global superstars Cameron Diaz, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Rory McIlroy and bands like Coldplay, The Killers and Black Eyed Peas have in common with Roy Keane, Mrs Brown and Graham Norton?

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Keep Calm and Walk On

Press Releases   •   Mar 16, 2016 09:52 GMT

On Wednesday March 16, Stena Line will start to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the launch of a three-day £1 foot passenger sale on the Irish Sea.

Yes you read that correctly… you can leave the car at home and sail from Belfast from only £1* per person between now and December 16, 2016.

Don’t miss the boat on this great offer and book TODAY by clicking on www.stenaline.co.uk.

Offer ends at 11pm on Friday March 18th.

Stena Line Group is an international transport and travel service company with Europe’s most comprehensive route network. It operates 22 ferry routes in Scandinavia, around Great Britain and Ireland and to the Baltic countries, connecting 10 countries with 34 vessels and employs 5,500 people.

Notes to Editor: *Price is per person for a single foot passenger crossing on any sailing on the Irish Sea for travel until December 16, 2016. Book by 23.00hrs on March 18, 2016. Subject to availability. Terms and Conditions apply.

For more information visit www.stenaline.co.uk

Twitter: @StenaLineUKIE / #Stpatricksday and #Stena£1sail

Facebook: Stena Line UKIE

MEDIA ENQUIRIES: Please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on

+ 44 (0) 28 9073 0880/ Bronagh@duffyrafferty.com

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

​On Wednesday March 16, Stena Line will start to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the launch of a three-day £1 foot passenger sale on the Irish Sea.

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Why ferry travel is the way to go to Britain

Press Releases   •   Mar 11, 2016 16:50 GMT

Stena Line gives 14 good reasons to book a ferry trip in National Ferry Fortnight

AS more people turn to ferry travel as their preferred mode of travel between Ireland and Britain, the country’s biggest ferry company is giving travellers good reason to choose sea travel over air… 14 good reasons in fact!

Stena Line experienced a significant increase in passengers during 2015 and as part of this year’s National Ferry Fortnight (March 5-19), which aims to attract people who have never travelled by ferry before, the company has put together a list of benefits to encourage ‘ferry first-timers’ to treat themselves to a comfortable and relaxing trip across the Irish Sea and save money and time in the process.

Ferry travel is definitely one of the most relaxing, stress-free ways to travel, and our increased volumes show that more and more people are appreciating the many advantages that travelling by ferry has to offer,” said OrlaNoonan, Stena Line’s Head of Travel, Irish Sea.

“When you come on-board a Stena Line ship, you can expect great service and facilities to match, with beautifully designed suites and cabins, restaurants, bars, cinemas and kids play areas. You can browse in our on-board shop one minute, then indulge yourself in our Pure Nordic Spa the next!

“We believe that there are so many reasons why people should experience travelling by ferry so we thought what better time to point a few out than in National Ferry Fortnight. And to give people even more reason to travel, anyone who books a car trip by the end of National Ferry Fortnight (March 19) can bring two friends for free and save up to £100 on a return trip,” added Orla.

Stena Line’s 14 good reasons why you should take the ferry to Britain

1) Door to door service – take your car from ‘door to door’ and save hundreds of pounds on car hire, parking, trains and taxis

2 )No luggage limits – take as much luggage as you want at no extra cost, everything from your golf clubs to the kitchen sink!

3) Puppy love - take your pet with you and save yourself the heartbreak of leaving your furry friend behind - not to mention the kennel costs while you’re away

4) Free kids - take infants (0-3) for free and also keep an eye out for ‘Kids Go Free’ offers for children up to 15 during the year

5) Childs playmake sure your children’s holiday starts as soon as you get on-board with loads to see and do including the kids play area, on-board game zones and popular characters like Curious George

6) Stretch those legs - take a seat and stretch out those legs in comfortable and spacious surroundings

7) Chill out zone – enjoy some ‘me time’ in Stena Line’s on-board Nordic Spa and save all your stresses for later

8 )Bags of fun - take your bags in your own car with no need to check-in or hang around the luggage carousel on arrival

9) Lights, cameras, action- watch a movie in Stena Line’s on-board cinema and save those batteries on your iPad or tablet

10) Sleep like a babytake a comfortable nap in your seat or in one of Stena Line’s comfy on-board cabins and save your energy for the pleasures ahead

11) Food glorious food -tuck into a delicious freshly-prepared meal in one of Stena Line’s on-board restaurants… and enjoy a drink in the bar afterwards

12) Walk this way - take a walk around on-board to check out everything the ferry has to offer or revitalise yourself with some fresh air out on deck

13) Shop till you dropcheck out the on-board shop and save up to 50% on high street prices on fragrances, spirits, designer handbags and lots more!

14) Lap of luxury - upgrade to Stena Plus and enjoy entry into the luxurious Stena Plus Lounge with complimentary snacks, beverages and newspapers, as well as priority boarding and disembarkation

If the above reasons aren’t enough to entice you to book a ferry trip, Stena Line is also offering first-time ferry travellers and regular customers a chance to book a car trip during National Ferry Fortnight and bring two friends or family along for free.

Available on all of Stena Line’s routes between Ireland and Britain, travellers can book a car trip, to be taken by June 30 2016, from only £79* single with three passengers travelling for the price of one, saving up to £100 on a return trip. Offer closes at 11pm on March 19.

To book, log onto www.stenaline.co.uk, call 08447 70 70 70 or visit your local travel office or agent.

Stena Line is the market-leading ferry company on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes from Ireland to Britain, including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Dublin to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard routes. The company carries more than 2.5 million on its Irish Sea routes between Ireland and Britain each year, more than its rival ferry operators combined.

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MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on +44 (0) 28 9073 0880 or Bronagh@duffyrafferty.com

* Terms & conditions: Two additional passengers travel free on new car and motorhome bookings for travel until 30 June 2016. Subject to availability. Book by 23:00hrs on 19 March and at least two days in advance of travel. Price quoted is based on an Economy single fare when booked in advance on selected Irish Sea sailings. The saving quoted applies to two adult Economy or Flexi return fares inclusive of all fees and dues. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion including Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens. Non web & credit card booking fees apply. Conditions apply.

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

​Stena Line gives 14 good reasons to book a ferry trip in National Ferry Fortnight AS more people turn to ferry travel as their preferred mode of travel between Ireland and Britain, the country’s biggest ferry company is giving travellers good reason to choose sea travel over air… 14 good reasons in fact!

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Stena Line last minute Easter offer

Press Releases   •   Mar 11, 2016 16:11 GMT

​Hurry offer ends March 18! Stena Line has teamed up with Haven to offer families the chance to enjoy a cracking last minute Easter holiday offer. Book before March 18 for travel between March 25 and April 11 and get up to €80* off an Easter break.

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Stena Line last minute Easter offer

Press Releases   •   Mar 11, 2016 16:10 GMT

​Hurry offer ends March 18! Stena Line has teamed up with Haven to offer families the chance to enjoy a cracking last minute Easter holiday offer. Book before March 18 for travel between March 25 and April 11 and get up to £70* off an Easter break.

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Stena launches ferry friendly offer for NFF

Press Releases   •   Mar 07, 2016 11:42 GMT

Book a Stena Line ferry trip during National Ferry Fortnight and bring TWO friends or family for FREE

NATIONAL Ferry Fortnight (NFF) gets underway today (Saturday March 5-19) and as the title suggests, it’s a celebration of the unique experience that is ferry travel!

This year’s event is designed to place special emphasis on those who have yet to experience ferry travel, or for those who haven’t taken a trip in recent years.

That’s why leading ferry company Stena Line has launched a fantastic offer that is available to book on all of the company’s routes between Ireland and Britain until the end of National Ferry Fortnight (March 19) for travel until June 30 2016.

Simply book a car trip from only £79* single and three passengers travel for the price of one, saving up to £100 on a return trip.

What’s more Stena Line’s ‘Ferry First-Timers’ offer is also available to regular passengers as well.

Orla Noonan, Stena Line’s Head of Travel, Irish Sea, believes that National Ferry Fortnight is the perfect opportunity to discover just how much ferry travel has developed in recent years.

Ferry travel has always been one of the most relaxing, stress-free ways to travel, but with the investment that we have made in our fleet in recent years, it’s now more unique than ever,” said Orla.

“When you come on-board you can expect great service and facilities to match, with beautifully designed suites and cabins, restaurants, bars, cinemas and kids play areas. You can browse in our on-board shop one minute, then indulge yourself in our Pure Nordic Spa the next!”

We are committed to giving our customers the best possible travel experience in terms of comfort, service, quality and, of course, value for money,” continued Orla. “So with that in mind, what better time than National Ferry Fortnight to book a car trip and bring two friends or family along for free!”

To avail of Stena Line’s National Ferry Fortnight offer, log onto www.stenaline.co.uk, call 08447 70 70 70 or visit your local travel office or agent.

Stena Line is the market-leading ferry company on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes from Ireland to Britain, including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Dublin to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard routes. The company carries more than 2.5 million on its Irish Sea routes between Ireland and Britain each year, more than its rival ferry operators combined.

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MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on +44 (0) 28 9073 0880

* Terms & conditions: Two additional passengers travel free on new car and motorhome bookings for travel until 30 June 2016. Subject to availability. Book by 23:00hrs on 19 March and at least two days in advance of travel. Price quoted is based on an Economy single fare when booked in advance on selected Irish Sea sailings. The saving quoted applies to two adult Economy or Flexi return fares inclusive of all fees and dues. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion including Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens. Non web & credit card booking fees apply. Conditions apply.

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

​Book a Stena Line ferry trip during National Ferry Fortnight and bring TWO friends or family for FREE NATIONAL Ferry Fortnight (NFF) gets underway today (Saturday March 5-19) and as the title suggests, it’s a celebration of the unique experience that is ferry travel!

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A Giant Refit

Press Releases   •   Feb 29, 2016 14:29 GMT

​Stena Line Belfast Giants players Matt Nickerson and Dave Rutherford join Diane Poole of Stena Line as they check out how progress is going at Harland and Wolff for the £4.4m refit of the leading ferry company’s Irish Sea ferry fleet.

Contacts 3 contacts

  • Press Contact
  • Head of PR & Communications for the Irish Sea
  • diane.poole@stenaline.com
  • 028 9088 4096

  • Press Contact
  • North Sea PR Communications (Harwich - Hook of Holland)
  • stenaline@fourbgb.com
  • +44 (0) 203 697 4200

  • Press Contact
  • Stena Line Irish Sea Public Relations
  • bwekpainfo@dvfufjjiucvfyrabzffanerhtikty.ckivoom
  • 028 9073 0880

About Stena Line

Stena Line, an ABTA member, is an international transport and travel service company and one of the world's leading ferry operators.
Stena Line operates in three business areas: Scandinavia, the North Sea and the Irish Sea with a network of 22 strategically located ferry routes in Europe. Stena Line has a modern fleet with a total of 38 vessels including fast ferries (Stena HSS), traditional combi-ferries, RoPax ferries for freight and passengers, and pure cargo ships.

Stena Line is a stable and profitable group and is committed to providing passengers with the best service and experience possible.

During 2012, approximately 14.4 million passengers travelled with Stena Line. 3 million cars and 1.9 million freight units were transported during the same period.

Awards
NI Travel & Tourism Awards - Best Ferry Company 2012