Sunday, 25 October 2009

Celtic Connections

the new Cork-Swansea Ferry

Some key points about the new service :-
The service begins on 1st March 2010 - and is planned to operate year-round - for convenient travel both in and out of season.
Saves you 600km (375 miles) driving on a round trip and connects Cork direct to the M4 motorway (with hassle-free access to London, the south-west and the midlands)
Sailings between Cork & Swansea planned six nights a week, with additional sailings during peak periods and for special events.
Overnight sailings departing at 21.00 & arriving 07.00 next day - so you arrive relaxed and ready to continue your holiday or onward journey.
Efficient, straightforward on-line booking system (coming soon) - so you don't have to spend hours 'on hold' waiting for an operator.
Over 300 Cabins and ample 'Pullman' seating, for a comfortable, relaxing trip
Capacity for 1,860 passengers, 440 Cars, 40 Trucks - plenty of room for commercial and leisure travellers alike
Extensive selection of Bars, Restaurants, Shopping, Cinema and Kids Area on board - not just a ferry crossing - more of a mini-cruise - your holiday starts the moment you get on-board!
Julia is currently docked in Cork City at Horgan's Quay preparing for initial sailing - if you're in the area, come and see her from the quayside - she's impressive!
The Julia and Fastnet Line are owned by a co-operative of small investors - we aim to be the most customer-focused ferry service on the Irish Sea.
Visit the website for more information, to pre-register, to give us your comments and suggestions or to find out about partnering opportunities for Travel Agents and Group organisers with Fastnet Line
Contact us

Tom Barrett - CEO

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