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A fiver takes you a ferry long way

Press Release   •   Jun 08, 2017 13:29 BST

These days, a fiver will get you a bag of chips and a pastie but if you spend it with Stena Line you can visit another country that is full of amazing food experiences; Northern Ireland.

Not only that but it’s over-loaded with world-class tourist attractions, unforgettable scenery and friendly people, explained Orla Noonan, Travel Commercial Manager - Irish Sea North.

Orla said: “For families, groups, couples, with an eye on the holiday budget this £5 per person fare is fantastic as it means everyone can get away for the day and enjoy a quality trip across the Irish Sea.

“What does a fiver get you these days? You wouldn’t get much change from a return ticket to a seaside town or from a visit to the cinema and anyway you get to watch the latest blockbuster films for free onboard in our cinema. But the same £5 gets you to Belfast and back for an adventure the kids can tell all their mates about but more importantly everyone gets to spend the day together having a ball in Northern Ireland!”

Orla continued: “When you travel with Stena Line there are many places to explore onboard, a fabulous array of dining options, great value meal deals, free blockbuster movies and free Wi-Fi. You can go for a walk on deck and enjoy lots of fresh sea air and enjoy 50% off in the onboard shop when compared to the high street.

“Our Superfast ships even have the Pure Nordic Spa, if you feel like indulging yourself, where you can get your nails done, have a dip in the Jacuzzi or get a massage. The journey with us is always part of the adventure.”

Get onboard and enjoy a £5 day trip (valid until December 14) the Stena Line way! Book online


For further information please contact Michael McCrory of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 028 9073 0880 or

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

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