Stena Line

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  1. bobandjanie

    bobandjanie Funster Life Member

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    Just got back, the first time we have gone from Harwich. Booked with Stena Line with Tesco points £54 worth of club card points and that was a 7.4m van and the Stena Plus seats. What a good deal they Emailed the day before hope you have a good trip, with the seats you get 3 hours free wifi (dont forget your 2 pin plug) free tea coffee biscuits and soft drinks as much as you want and a TV untill Jane turned it down never to make a sound again. But very happy with Stena Line we will do it again. :Cool::Cool: Bob and Jane.
     
  2. Jim

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    We use Stena on our Jollies to Ireland, as we only live less than a couple of hours away from Fishguard. Excellent ferry service and a great pint of Guinness:drink::Smile:
     
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    The Irish ferry is the expensive one is it not.

    I mean all ferries to Ireland sound very dear although fancy a trip there.
     
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    ruffingitsmoothly Read Only Funster

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    When we went to Ireland in April Irish Ferries were by far the cheapest for our 34' RV, Stenna asked for length and height were as Irish Ferries just had two classes I think it was under 4m or over!

    Still very dear though!

    Regards Pat
     

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