Royal Caribbean Cruise subsidiary Azamara Club Cruises' AZAMARA PURSUIT arrived at Belfast's Harland & Wolff shipyard earlier today, ahead of a 'world-first' refurbishment to be undertaken by Newry based MJM Group. Irish Ferries' fast-craft DUBLIN SWIFT has now left dry-dock, with departure currently expected...
The conversion and refurbishment of Irish Ferries' DUBLIN SWIFT continues at Harland & Wolff, with the Austal AutoExpress Catamaran currently scheduled to leave Belfast Dry Dock this coming Tuesday. However it is expected this will only be to return to the Ship Repair Quay were for work to continue.
Irish Continental Group have today confirmed, in their 2017 annual results presentation, that WESTPAC EXPRESS is to be renamed DUBLIN SWIFT. She is currently in Harland & Wolff's Belfast Dry Dock (BDD) having arrived there at around 14:30 yesterday afternoon.
As revealed earlier in the week on the NI Ferry (and shipping) Enthusiasts Facebook group (and the sister Ferries! Facebook group), the former US Navy Austal built catamaran WESTPAC EXPRESS is due to arrive at Harland and Wolff on Monday.