11 November 2013

Irish Ferries add a new ship on Dublin Holyhead

If you live in Ireland and travel to the UK or vice versa you'll be pleased to hear that Irish Ferries have introduced a third ship on their Dublin to Holyhead crossing. This means that the current 8 daily crossings will be increased to a maximum of 12.

The new ship is the Epsilon, built in Italy in 2011 and able to carry up to 500 passengers. The super ferry Ulysees and the Fastcraft Swift remain on the route. The new ship will be well equipped with a bar and cafeteria as well as a self-service restaurant.

The new ship joins the fleet in December 2013 although sailing schedules are not yet available.

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