Following the release of the EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY from detention yesterday, P&O Ferries has resumed sailings on the Cairnryan – Larne route this morning.
With only the EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY currently available, the route will be limited to a single ship service. The first sailing is for unaccompanied freight only. She is scheduled to leave Larne at 10am and Cairnryan at 2pm.
It is understood that accompanied freight traffic will be taken from tomorrow when three round trips will be offered.
At the time of writing, passenger bookings on the Cairnryan route are not being taken for sailings before 13 April.
Operating partner EUROPEAN HIGHLANDER is believed not to have had her PSC inspection yet. She will not be able to enter service until this is passed.
At the time of writing, P&O Ferries is not accepting passenger bookings before;
- 13 April on Larne – Cairnryan.
- 18 April on Dover – Calais.
- 17 April on the PRIDE OF HULL’s Rotterdam – Hull sailings.
- 20 April on the NORBAY’s Liverpool – Dublin sailings