A Look Inside: Irish Ferries’ W.B. Yeats

The internet’s most detailed look at the passenger accommodation onboard Irish Ferries new ferry W.B. Yeats. Includes a deck plan as well as photos of every public area.
Irish Ferries W. B. YEATS arrives in Dublin at around 13:30 on 14 March 2019. This was her final sailing from Holyhead before switching to the Dublin to Cherbourg route for the Spring/Summer season and had been delayed about 2 hours due to adverse weather (Storm Gareth). Copyright © Robbie Cox.
Irish Ferries' W. B. YEATS arrives in Dublin at around 13:30 on 14 March 2019. This was her final sailing from Holyhead before switching to the Dublin to Cherbourg route for the Spring/Summer season and had been delayed about 2 hours due to adverse weather (Storm Gareth). Copyright © Robbie Cox.

Deck 11 - The Drumcliff Promenade Deck

Drumcliff (or Drumcliffe) is a village in County Sligo which is the final resting place of William Butler Yeats.  Although Yeats died in France, his remains were brought back to Ireland by the Irish Naval Service and re-interred at Drumcliff in 1948 almost a decade after his death.  He is now buried in the Graveyard of St Columba’s Church of Ireland in the village.

Entrance to "The Maud Gonne" Bar and Lounge and "The Drumcliffe Promenade" on Deck 11 of W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
Entrance to “The Maud Gonne” Bar and Lounge and “The Drumcliffe Promenade” on Deck 11 of W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Scott Mackey.

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