AISLING GABRIELLE (ex FOYLE VENTURE / SHANNON WILLOW) IMO 7800033

Articles involving Frazer Ferries’  double-ended ferry AISLING GABRIELLE (ex SHANNON WILLOW), IMO 7800033.

Frazer Ferries AISLING GABRIELLE on trials at Greenore in advance of commencing the Scenic Carlingford Ferry service from the Louth port to Greencastle in County Down. Courtesy of the Carlingford Twitter/Facebook page.
Frazer Ferries AISLING GABRIELLE on trials at Greenore in advance of commencing the Scenic Carlingford Ferry service from the Louth port to Greencastle in County Down. Courtesy of the Carlingford Twitter/Facebook page.
  • Local (NI) ferry newsWHEN THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE. This Friday, 12noon departing from Greencastle County Down, the new Scenic Carlingford Ferry will make its maiden voyage across to Greenore in County Louth. Excited doesn’t even come close! Thanks for your patience and support. Spread the word. Click www.carlingfordferry.com for tickets. Also available to purchase on board.

    PR: WHEN THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE

    Scenic Carlingford Ferry's AISLING GABRIELLE will make her maiden voyage from Greencastle across to Greenore (County Louth) this Friday.

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  • Local (NI) ferry news

    All systems go on relaunched Lough Foyle Ferry service.

    The relaunched ferry service between Magilligan and Greencastle (Co. Donegal) carried its first passengers yesterday evening (Monday). The resumption of the troubled service had been delayed due to an issue with a high-pressure fuel line onboard the new vessel FRAZER MARINER (ex Berne-Farge).  Limerick based Frazer Ferries are again the operator…

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  • Local (NI) ferry newsScenic Carlingford Ferry publicity image. Scenic Carlingford Ferry.

    Scenic Carlingford Ferry service launch delayed

    The launch of the new Scenic Carlingford Ferry service across Carlingford Lough appears to have been delayed from June 2nd 2017 until sometime next week.  The company posted the following message to their Facebook page yesterday (May 31st): There are some operational elements to be fulfilled and due to circumstances…

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  • Local (NI) ferry newsSTENA SUPERFAST VIII backs down Musgrave Channel towards Harland & Wolff's Commisioning Quay, 10.09.20. Copyright © Steven Tarbox

    Former Lough Foyle ferry arrives at Greenore in advance of new Carlingford Lough service opening.

    The former Lough Foyle Ferry FOYLE VENTURE arrived at her new home, Greenore, on Carlingford Lough yesterday evening. The 1978 built vessel was repainted at the New Ross boatyard in County Wexford, following as spell covering for FBD TINTERN on the Passage East ferry service. The veteran vessel now wears…

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  • In Waters New newsStena Galloway at sea in Stena Line colours. Copyright © Scott Mackey.

    In Waters New news, Easter 2017.

    A quick news roundup featuring some vessels which previously plied their trade in NI waters. LE RIF:  Could the former STENA GALLOWAY/GALLOWAY PRINCESS soon be back in service? The last purpose-built vessel for the Larne to Stranraer service could soon be back plying her trade in the Mediterranean.  Last month LE…

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  • Local (NI) ferry newsStena Superfast VIII freshly painted in the revised Stena Livery for 2017. Copyright © Steven Tarbox

    Latest local ferry news (wk2 April ’17)

    A quick roundup of local ferry news from the past couple of weeks. Carlingford Lough Ferry to start later this year. Scenic Carlingford ferry have announced that they expect the service between Greenore (Co. Louth) and Greencastle (Co. Down), which has caused controversy in some quarters, to begin this coming June.…

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  • Local (NI) ferry news

    Lough Foyle Ferry Company cease operations.

    Lough Foyle Ferry service between Magilligan and Greencastle will not run again unless a new operator and vessel is found. Lough Foyle Ferry Company have confirmed that they have sold their vessel Foyle Venture to Frazer Ferries, and have informed Donegal County Council and Causeway Coast and Glen Council that they will not…

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