NI Ferry Site News

Site news and updates for end of June 2015

News

Im delighted to be able to announce that Alan Geddes has agreed that his photographs may be used on NIFerrySite.  Alan’s photographs are mainly taken within the Belfast harbour area, and often from an elevated position, giving them a perspective not often seen elsewhere.  Alan’s photographs will continue to be added to many of the profiles (and also the former ferries photo feature) in the coming weeks – a number have already been added.  In the meantime, why not check out Alan’s Flickr page.  Don’t forget you can also find links to the flickr accounts (where applicable) of the other photographers featured on this site on the links page.

New ferries added

The following vessel profiles which where added recently, have had technical data, photographs, and some history added:

The Seacat Isle of Man/Snaefell and Hoverspeed Great Britain pages should be finished in the coming week.

Changes to existing ferry posts

The following vessel profiles have had material added or changed

Changes to pages and navigation

  • The Former NI Ferries page has had a number of additional pictures added including our first picture of Darnia, and some photos of ferries in Townsend Thoresen colours and the Sealink livery..
  • The Occasional Visitors category has been added to the main menu (under The NI Ferry Fleet)
  • Almost all posts and pages have now been changed to the newer format.

Steven Tarbox

Steven is a ferry enthusiast from Belfast in Northern Ireland. He founded what was then NI Ferry Site 2014. Since then the site has grown from nothing to an average of over 43k pageviews per month in 2020.
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