Larne Ferry European Causeway back in service on Cairnryan Route

Summary: P&O Ferries European Causeway has returned to service on the Larne to Cairnryan route following dry docking at Birkenhead.
EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY swings towards Loch Ryan at the start of another routine crossing between Larne and Cairnryan, April 2019. Copyright © Steven Tarbox
EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY swings towards Loch Ryan at the start of another routine crossing between Larne and Cairnryan, April 2019. Copyright © Steven Tarbox

P&O Ferries Larne to Cairnryan ferry EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY went back into service this morning, slightly later than previously advised on this site. The Japanese-built ferry arrived back at Larne just before midnight on Monday following dry docking at Cammell Laird, Birkenhead. Since her arrival she was berthed bow-first at Curran Quay, only leaving to turn around at around 14:20 yesterday afternoon.

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EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY took over from relief vessel EUROPEAN SEAWAY with this mornings 07:30 sailing ex Larne. The latter vessel arrived at MacKean Quay from Cairnryan on schedule at 05:45 and about an hour later left the port  to go out to sea.  This allowed EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY to move across to MacKean Quay herself by around 07:00, from where she left for Cairnryan slightly later than scheduled at 07:40.  At the time of writing EUROPEAN SEAWAY is berthed bow-in at Curran Quay.

EUROPEAN SEAWAY and EUROPEAN HIGHLANDER seen together at Larne during June 2019. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
EUROPEAN SEAWAY and EUROPEAN HIGHLANDER seen together at Larne during June 2019. Copyright © Scott Mackey.

EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY

Side profile drawing of EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY. Copyright © Steven Tarbox

IMO Number:9208394
Operator:P&O Ferries
Normal Route:Larne [NI] – Cairnryan [GB]
Passenger Capacity:410
Vehicle Capacity:1,750 lane metres

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