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Ferry company announces new and improved timetable

Press release   •   Nov 30, 2012 12:08 GMT

2013 sailings to Britain now available with Stena Line

IRELAND’s leading ferry company Stena Line has announced a new and improved timetable for its Dublin to Holyhead service beginning January 1st, 2013.

Stena Line’s Route Director for Dublin and Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead, Jamie Christon, explained that the 2013 sailing times, which are now available to book, are a bid to make the most of travel in daylight and to allow arrivals in Dublin before midnight.

“At Stena Line, we constantly aim to make travel more flexible,” said Jamie. “Our aim is to improve our timetable for 2013 whilst continuing to deliver an excellent value for money travel experience.

“Customers are reminded that the best fares available, with savings of up to 30%, can be gained if bookings are made 42 days or more before travel.”

The new timetable includes a slightly earlier departure from Dublin at 15.10, replacing the former 16.00 sailing, a later morning sailing from Holyhead, departing at 08.55 (previously 08.20) and an earlier evening sailing from Holyhead departing an hour earlier than before at 20.30.

In addition, the HSS will return on 22 March 2013 for the Easter season with a travel time of only 2hrs and 15 minutes from Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead. Sailings depart Dun Laoghaire at 13.30 daily and Holyhead at 10.30 daily.  

Prices start from just €89* single for a car and driver. For full timetable and to book, please click on www.stenaline.ie, call 01 204 7744 or visit your local Stena Line office or travel agent.

* Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply. 

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MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information please contact Fiona Brown of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 048 9073 0880. 

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, Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

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