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Irish Ferries 2013 Now Booking

Irish Ferries has opened up its reservations system a month earlier than usual, accepting bookings for travel from February 1st and for the rest of 2013.

The company was previously accepting bookings for travel up to January 31st 2013 but was already seeing requests for spring and summer crossings.

2013 fares start at £79 for a car and driver for a one-way crossing from Holyhead to Dublin or from Pembroke to Rosslare. Despite rising fuel prices, lead-in fares have been kept at the same level as 2012.

Irish Ferries operates three vessels between the UK and Ireland: the cruise ferry Ulysses and the fast-craft catamaran Dublin Swift on the Holyhead to Dublin route, plus the Isle of Inishmore cruise ferry on the Pembroke to Rosslare route.

Irish Ferries has also announced extra capacity on the Holyhead-Dublin route over the 2012 Christmas period. The redeployment of the Isle of Inishmore will provide an additional sailing in each direction on December 22nd, 23rd and 27th 2012 and on January 2nd and 3rd 2013. 

All Irish Ferries ships have a choice of food and drink outlets, comfortable lounges, free WiFi, a minimum check-in time of just 30 minutes and no baggage charges.


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Date Published:
1st November 2012


David Betterton
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