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The perks keep coming with Stena Line

Press Release   •   Jun 09, 2017 11:05 BST

TRAVELLING with Stena Line offers many perks including free movies, free Wi-Fi, kids play areas and a range of delicious places to eat and now the leading ferry company is offering even more reasons to get excited with their new Pick a Perk offer.

If you’re travelling from Belfast to Cairnryan you can choose a free upgrade from Economy to Flexi, enabling you to save an additional £20 return and the freedom to change your trip without paying an amendment fee. Alternatively, choose the perk of free access into the Pure Nordic Spa where passengers can enjoy a relaxing sauna and Jacuzzi.

Orla Noonan, Travel Commercial Manager – Irish Sea North, Stena Line commented:

“We pride ourselves on giving our customers the best experience and our new Pick a Perk offer gives people the option of some fantastic add-ons. Plus, the fact that Kids Go Free with Stena Line means that families can enjoy their summer holidays and not worry about the cost.

“What better way to enhance your journey than to enjoy a dip in the Jacuzzi or relax in either the male or female sauna. We are the only ferry company on the Irish Sea with an onboard Spa and we offer a wide range of rejuvenating treatments such as massages, reflexology, manicures and pedicures.

“If you decide to choose a free Flexi upgrade then you have the freedom to change your trip without having to pay an extra fee and that’s not all as when you upgrade, you also save an additional £20 return meaning you have even more money to spend on your holiday,” added Orla.

This offer is available to book until June 26 and the free Flexi or spa offer is valid for travel up to September 30 and Kids Go Free is valid for travel up to December 15.

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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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