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STENA MERSEY. Press Eye - Northern Ireland - 22nd February 2017
STENA MERSEY. Press Eye - Northern Ireland - 22nd February 2017 Photographer - © Matt Mackey / Press Eye

December 14, 2017

DUE to a significant spike in seasonal demand, leading ferry company Stena Line has added extra sailings on its Belfast to Liverpool service this Monday December 18. The extra passenger capacity will be provided by an additional 10.30am sailings departing Belfast and Liverpool simultaneously.

Festive holiday-makers can travel home for all the Christmas fun of being with family and friends from only £79 single car plus driver and there’s up to 20% off plus a free Flexi Upgrade when you use the offer code CHEERS which means you have even more money left over for those last-minute gifts!

Orla Noonan, Stena Line’s Travel Commercial Manager Irish Sea North said:
“We don’t want to disappoint any of our customers so we are ramping up our sailing schedule by putting on some extra crossings on our popular Belfast to Liverpool route. Demand is growing fast for us at this time of year as we provide our customers with an unrivalled passenger experience. Ferry travel is the perfect start to a relaxing festive Christmas break as Stena Line vessels have fantastic onboard facilities such as free movies, free Wi-Fi, amazing value onboard shopping, luxury Stena Plus lounges, en suite cabins, children’s play areas, and a choice of places to dine including Met Bar and Grill and a Barista Coffee House for snacks. Also, we have no baggage restrictions or charges which means you can squeeze as many presents as you can in for loved ones.
“With Stena Line we’ll ensure you arrive refreshed, revived and ready for all those merry Christmas moments you’ve been looking forward to all year so book quickly to make sure you’ll be with the people who matter to you most this Christmas,” added Orla.

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Image: STENA MERSEY. Press Eye – Northern Ireland – 22nd February 2017

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