European Causeway to return to Larne tonight from dry dock

Summary: P&O Ferries European Causeway is expected to return to Larne tonight ahead of her reintroduction to the Larne to Cairnryan route in place of European Seaway later this week.
P&O Ferries EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY leaves Cammell Laird on a miserable Monday afternoon, 08.07.19. Copyright © Christopher Triggs.
P&O Ferries EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY leaves Cammell Laird on a miserable Monday afternoon, 08.07.19. Copyright © Christopher Triggs.

P&O Ferries EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY is currently on her way back to Larne from dry dock at Cammell Laird. She left dry dock 7 at the Birkenhead facility at high tide after 4pm with assistance from the tug CMS WARRIOR. At present EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY is still expected to re-enter service in place of EUROPEAN SEAWAY from 04:00 this coming Wednesday, 10th July.

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P&O Ferries EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY heads past the Liver building towards Larne after leaving Cammell Laird, 08.07.19. Copyright © Christopher Triggs.
P&O Ferries EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY heads past the Liver building towards Larne after leaving Cammell Laird, 08.07.19. Copyright © Christopher Triggs.

Unconfirmed reports say that EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY will return to dry dock in September, with ‘Seaway’ again providing cover on the Carnryan to Larne ferry service in order for this years planned works to be completed. As previously reported ‘Causeway’s’ dry dock was much shorter than originally intended due to the return of EUROPEAN HIGHLANDER being delayed due to problems at discovered during her planned dry docking.

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.

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