Irish Ferries publishes revised Dover-Calais timetable as new vessel enters into service
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Irish Ferries has published its revised Dover-Calais timetable following the introduction of the Isle of Inisheer to its fleet. The arrival of the new vessel means Irish Ferries now has 3 ships dedicated to the Dover-Calais route.
The Isle of Inisheer, built in Belgium in 1992 and previously known as the Ciudad de Mahon, can carry 1,140 passengers and 83 trucks.
Like many other Irish Ferries vessels, the Isle of Inisheer sports a ‘Freight Drivers Club’ – a lounge and restaurant reserved exclusively for Freight Drivers. There are also public showers located on Deck 9, starboard side.
The entry of the Isle of Inisheer into service comes at an important time given P&O still does not have its full Dover-Calais fleet operational.
The new timetable provided by Irish Ferries is as follows:
Commenting on the new timetable via his LinkedIn page, Eddie Kavanagh, Commercial Sales Manager at Irish Ferries, said:
“Delighted to be able to share the new 3 ship timetable for the Channel with Irish Ferries, in less than a year of operation on the channel we have established ourselves in the market, thank you to all our customers for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming new customers with our much needed extra capacity that the route needs.please get in contact if you would like to discuss our network of services.”
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