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[Updated] Stena Fleet Movements Update – Stena Europe back to Fishguard Tomorrow

STENA SUPERFAST VII has left Harland & Wolff this afternoon and returned to Victoria Terminal 4. She will take up service to Cairnryan at 1930 this evening.

STENA EDDA is bound for Belfast and will proceed directly to Victoria Terminal 2 to discharge before she takes up the 2130 sailing to Birkenhead in place of STENA HORIZON.

According to Belfast Harbour movements, STENA HORIZON will sail for Holyhead at approx 1700 where she will take up service with the 0900 sailing to Dublin tomorrow morning.

Finally, ‘Horizon’s resumption on the central corridor route will enable STENA EUROPE to be released upon arrival at Holyhead 0545 tomorrow morning. After discharge she will proceed directly to Fishguard in order to resume sailings on the Rosslare route with a 1310 departure. Services between Rosslare and Fishguard continue to be on a reduced schedule with one return trip daily, sailing from Fishguard at 1310 and Rosslare at 1810.

UPDATE Tuesday 02/03/21 at 0930: STENA HORIZON is still at Belfast and now showing departure for approx 1200 today. This means she will take over from STENA EUROPE on the 2030 sailing Holyhead-Dublin tonight. STENA EUROPE will now resume sailings between Fishguard and Rosslare tomorrow (Wednesday) at 1310* Stena Fleet Movements Update – Stena Europe back to Fishguard Tomorrow

Scott Mackey

Scott Mackey is a Transportation and Transport Research graduate from Ulster University at Jordanstown. He has significant experience in the ferry industry, having worked for Stena Line in onboard services, as a customer services agent and sales support administrator in the freight department. He also has significant experience in public and community transport, having worked for Translink and as project officer of a rural community transport partnership. Scott has written numerous features for shipping and transport magazines and books.
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