Stena Superfast VII back in service tomorrow.

Stena Superfast VII is to return to service with tomorrows 19:30 sailing from Belfast to Cairnryan (Loch Ryan Port) according to the Stena Line booking website. It had previously been expected that the Stena Nordica would continue to cover Stena Superfast VII’s schedule into Sunday.

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PR: NI Ferry Enthusiasts visit Stena Superfast VII at Harland & Wolff.

Stena Line were delighted to welcome 5 members of the NI Ferry Enthusiasts to Dry Dock today Monday 20th March

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P&O Larne-Cairnryan refit/dry-dock dates 2017.

P&O’s Larne to Cairnryan vessels European Causeway and European Highlander are expected to go for dry docking between the 28th April and

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European Seaway to operate Larne to Cairnryan in May?

According to the P&O online booking engine, this years refit cover vessel for Larne will be the Dover-Calais freighter European

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In strange waters #2: Stena Line Irish Sea dry docking’s/refits 2017 (Pt 2)

Part 2 of our photo feature on the 2017 Stena Line Irish Sea refit period featuring Stena Nordica (on refit relief duties), Stena Superfast VII, Stena Superfast VIII, Stena Precision, and Stena Performer.

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PR: Fiver Fever with Stena Line.

Fiver Fever with Stena Line They say a fiver doesn’t take you far these days! Well ferry company Stena Line

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NI Ferry Site back online

Following a short maintenance period, NI Ferry Site is back online. This planned maintenance was essential to ensure the ongoing

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Stena Nordica in service.

Just a quick update: Stena Nordica is now operating in place of Stena Superfast VII between Belfast and Cairnryan.  Stena Superfast

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HSC Express finds (another) new home on the Baltic.

HSC Express to become Viking FSTR. Baltic ferry operator Viking Line have announced that they will operate the former Larne

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PR: Stena Line’s four new vessels planned for Belfast routes.

Last year Stena announced a newbuild contract of four RoPax ferry vessels with a planned delivery schedule during 2019 and 2020. The contract also contains an option for another four vessels to be ordered. The four vessels are being built at the AVIC Shipyard in China and the plan is to locate the vessels on the Irish Sea, specifically on Stena Line’s routes to and from its expanding Belfast hub.

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