A second Baltic Sea cruise-ferry has been charted from AS Tallink Grupp for use as an accommodation vessel at Glasgow.
A huge cruise ferry will swap the Baltic Sea for the River Clyde next month to provide accommodation for the COP26 climate change conference.
Belfast Harbour has made a joint-application with three other ports for EU funding to reduce emissions. What could this mean for Belfast's ferries?
Tallink Grupp has today announced that the name of the new Tallinn-Helsinki route shuttle vessel will be MySTAR. Click here for the full press release.
The subsidiaries of AS Tallink Grupp, Baltic SF VII Ltd and Baltic SF VIII Ltd have concluded the sale agreements with Stena Ropax Limited for M/S Stena Superfast VII (ex name Superfast VII) and M/S Stena Superfast VIII (ex name Superfast VIII).
Stena Line’s parent company has confirmed a multi-million pound investment package to acquire the Superfast VII and Superfast VIII ferries which operate on its Belfast-Cairnryan route. The ships currently operate under a charter contract agreement with AS Tallink Grupp and have done since they were deployed on the Belfast – Cairnryan route when it opened in November 2011. Since then the vessels have proved to be both highly reliable and extremely popular with Stena Line customers, hence the acquisition. Paul Grant, Stena Line’s Trade Director (Irish Sea North) said: “We are delighted to confirm that we have now acquired the highly successful Superfast VII and VIII vessels. Since their arrival the ships have proved to be perfectly suited to our…