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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2016: A (brief-ish) review.

2016 – A busy year for both the site and the industry. 2016 was a busy year here on NI

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Stena kick-off Irish Sea refit programme

Stena Hibernia first of 9 Stena Line vessels to visit Harland and Wolff. Stena Line kicked off their 2017 Irish

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PR: DNV GL Class for new GAS READY Stena RoPax newbuildings

DNV GL announced today at the Posidonia trade fair that it has signed a contract to provide classification services for

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PR: Irish Ferries orders new RoPax at Flensburger

Irish Ferries orders new RoPax at Flensburger 31st May 2016 Shipyard Announcement Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG), a subsidiary of Siem Group,

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PR: Stena Line signs contract for four new ropax ferries

Will be the most fuel efficient ferries in the world Stena has signed a contract, subject to Board approval by

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PR: Stena Germanica – The worlds first ferry powered by methanol

A series of videos from Stena Line about the Stena Germanica being converted to run on methanol.

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Official: P&O close Larne to Troon service with immediate effect.

No redundancies amongst permanent staff as the loss making Larne to Troon service is axed. P&O today finally announced that

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Stena Line Irish Sea refits for 2016

Majority of Stena Line Irish Sea fleet to visit Harland and Wolff in early 2016. As previously speculated, Stena Flavia

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Weekly roundup 19/12/15

A quick roundup of some this weeks ferry industry news stories, both local and further afield. Local ferry news. Bye bye

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