Northern Marine Management (NMM)

  • Ferry NewsBrittany Ferries' GALICIA alongside at the outfitting pier nearing completion. Brittany Ferries.

    Brittany Ferries First New E-Flexer Ferry Delivered

    Brittany Ferries 'Galicia' has been delivered and chartered to the company. She is expected to enter service before the end of 2020 after sailing to Europe.

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  • Ferry NewsSTENA SUPERFAST VIII backs down Musgrave Channel towards Harland & Wolff's Commisioning Quay, 10.09.20. Copyright © Steven Tarbox

    Goodbye Celtic Link Ferries

    With effect of 31st March, the Irish Ferry company Celtic Link ferries ceased to exist as a separate entity and became part of Stena Line.  Celtic Link previously ran the year round Rosslare – Cherbourg service, which they took over from P&O in 2005 after that company abandoned the route the previous year.  The current vessel, the chartered Visentini built ropax Celtic Horizon, is to be renamed Stena Horizon, and the process of repainting her funnel in the Stena house colours began on Monday in Rosslare.  Stena Horizon is a sister ship of Stena Lagan and Stena Mersey, however she has not yet been refurbished to the high standard of the Birkenhead vessels.  Stena subsidiary NMM (Northern Marine Management) are…

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