Seatruck Performance back in service tomorrow following last months “grounding” incident

Summary: Seatruck Ferries SEATRUCK PERFORMANCE left Harland & Wolff earlier bound for Heysham after some three weeks in dry dock undergoing repairs.
SEATRUCK PERFORMANCE in Belfast Lough on May 11th 2019 on her way to Harland & Wolff for emergency dry docking following an apparent grounding incident in Carlingford Lough a few days earier. Copyright © Steven Tarbox
SEATRUCK PERFORMANCE in Belfast Lough on May 11th 2019 on her way to Harland & Wolff for emergency dry docking following an apparent grounding incident in Carlingford Lough a few days earier. Copyright © Steven Tarbox

Seatruck Ferries SEATRUCK PERFORMANCE left Harland & Wolff earlier bound for Heysham after some three weeks in dry dock undergoing repairs. The FSG-built Ro-Ro arrived at the Belfast yard on May 11th following a reported grounding incident in Carlingford Lough on May 8th. Her return will allow CLIPPER POINT to move back to her usual Dublin to Liverpool route from Wednesday, with SEATRUCK PERFORMANCE scheduled to take over the Heysham to Warrenpoint roster from tomorrow mornings 09:30 sailing from the Lancashire port.

CLIPPER POINT. Seatruck Ferries.
CLIPPER POINT. Seatruck Ferries.

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