Stena Express Returns to Fishguard to Rosslare Route

By Stena Line, PRNE
Tuesday, July 5, 2011

DUN LAOGHAIRE, Ireland, July 6, 2011 -


The Stena Express Fastcraft has returned to Stena Line’s
Fishguard to Rosslare route on its summer schedule and will operate
until Sunday September 4.  

The vessel, which caters for up to 520 passengers and up to 120
cars, boasts a Stena Plus href="">ferry
lounge, Metropolitan Grill and Barista coffee house, free Wi-Fi
and an onboard shop which offers a wide range of gifts, jewellery,
spirits, confectionary and fragrances.

Stena Line Communications Manager, Eamonn Hewitt said: “The href="">Stena
Express has commenced its annual summer service on the href="">Fishguard
to Rosslare route to assist with the additional demand over the
busy summer period.  

“The vessel will complement our Stena Europe Superferry,
offering customers three round trips daily on the route and boasts
excellent onboard facilities giving passengers the chance to sit
back and relax as they travel.”

Customers can forget about cramped leg room, baggage charges and
putting the contents of hand luggage in a plastic bag and enjoy the
freedom of sailing with Stena Line and packing as much luggage as
they want into their car. Once onboard, customers can sit back,
relax and enjoy the href="">ferry
crossing, with a great choice of restaurants and bars, enjoy
the breathtaking panoramic views of the Irish Sea or pick up
something in the onboard shops which offers great savings
onfragrances, spirits and lots more.

Stena Line offers a fantastic choice of routes from Britain to
Ireland including Fishguard to Rosslare, Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire,
Holyhead to Dublin Port and Stranraer to Belfast.

For more information customers can go to,call 08447 70 70 70 or visit their local
travel agent.

About Stena Line:

Stena Line is the market leader on the Irish Sea, offering the
biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Britain and
Ireland, including the Stranraer to Belfast, Holyhead to Dublin
Port, Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire, Fishguard to Rosslare and the two
new routes recently acquired from DFDS namely the Liverpool to
Belfast and the Heysham to Belfast routes. The company carries over
two million passengers on its Irish Sea routes each year, more than
its rival ferry operators combined. 

PR Contact:

Eamonn Hewitt
Communications and PR Manager Irish Sea
Stena Line
The Ferry Terminal
Dun Laoghaire
Co. Dublin


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