Book a Stena Line ferry trip during National Ferry Fortnight and bring TWO friends or family for FREE
NATIONAL FerryFortnight (NFF) gets underway today (Saturday March 5-19) and as the title suggests, it’s a celebration of the unique experience that is ferry travel!
This year’s event is designed to place special emphasis on those who have yet to experience ferry travel, or for those who haven’t taken a trip in recent years.
That’s why leading ferry company Stena Line has launched a fantastic offer that is available to book on all of the company’s routes between Britain and Ireland until the end of National Ferry Fortnight (March 19) for travel until June 30 2016.
Simply book a car trip from only £79* single and three passengers travel for the price of one, saving up to £100 on a return trip.
What’s more Stena Line’s ‘Ferry First-Timers’ offer is also available to regular passengers as well.
Orla Noonan, Stena Line’s Head of Travel, Irish Sea, believes that National Ferry Fortnight is the perfect opportunity to discover just how much ferry travel has developed in recent years.
“Ferry travel has always been one of the most relaxing, stress-free ways to travel, but with the investment that we have made in our fleet in recent years, it’s now more unique than ever,” said Orla.
“When you come on-board you can expect great service and facilities to match, with beautifully designed suites and cabins, restaurants, bars, cinemas and kids play areas. You can browse in our on-board shop one minute, then indulge yourself in our Pure Nordic Spa the next!”
“We are committed to giving our customers the best possible travel experience in terms of comfort, service, quality and, of course, value for money,” continued Orla.
“So with that in mind, what better time than National Ferry Fortnight to book a car trip and bring two friends or family along for free!”
To avail of Stena Line’s National Ferry Fortnight offer, log ontowww.stenaline.co.uk, call 08447 70 70 70 or visit your local travel office or agent.
Stena Line is the market-leading ferry company on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes from Britain to Ireland, including Cairnryan to Belfast, Liverpool to Belfast, Holyhead to Dublin and Fishguard to Rosslare routes. The company carries more than 2.5 million on its Irish Sea routes between Britain and Ireland each year, more than its rival ferry operators combined.