PR: Stena Superfast VII leaves dry dock.

Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.

On Monday evening 22nd February Superfast VII left Dry Dock to resume service on the Belfast – Cairnryan route.

Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016.  Stena Line.
Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.

During her time in Dry Dock she had her annual underwater surveys and repairs carried out on Bow Thruster No 3 and upgrades in the passenger areas will be completed on the run in time for Easter.

Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.
Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.

Superfast X is now in Holyhead and will have an in water survey completed and will then go back into service tomorrow Wednesday 24th February at 0855 from Holyhead releasing the Stena Adventurer who will then be enroute to arrive at Harland and Wolff Dry Dock on Thursday morning 25th February.

Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016.  Stena Line.
Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.

 

Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016.  Stena Line.
Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.

 

Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016.  Stena Line.
Stena Superfast VII dry dock 2016. Stena Line.

 

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