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Press release   •   Jun 14, 2019 11:26 BST

Stena Line helps families save money on trips to Great Britain

SUMMER is here and what better way to celebrate than to plan a value packed trip away and make lasting memories with the whole family.

Leading ferry company Stena Line has launched Kids Go Free* which offers families the opportunity to save on trips across the Irish Sea via the Dublin – Holyhead, Rosslare - Fishguard routes,

Belfast to Cairnryan and Belfast – Liverpool routes.

Kids Go Free, which allows children up to 15 years of age to travel free, can be booked online now on all Stena Line sailings. So, if it is a spontaneous summer holiday, wacky weekend trip in autumn or wonderful winter getaway that you are after then this offer is the one for you.

“With spacious ships, ease of loading up the car and setting off on an adventure, Stena Line takes the stress out of travelling. The Kids Go Free offer not only reduces travel expense but allows kids to have just as much fun on the journey as they do at the destination”, says Diane Poole, Stena Line’s Travel Commercial Manager, Irish Sea South.

“The children will love the Happy World play area, Teen Town video game zone and free movies in the dedicated cinema and not forgetting about the big kids… there is free Wi-Fi, great eateries and the onboard shop which is also available to passengers, offering up to 50% savings compared to the high street”, added Diane.

For more information or to book visit https://www.stenaline.ie/kids

*Kids Go Free is available on Economy or Flexi motorist fares on any Irish Sea routes up until January 5.

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For further information please contact Ciara Kinkead of Duffy Rafferty Communications on

(048) 9073 0880 or ciara@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.

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