Ferry to Ireland - good news

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  1. Linda and Steph

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    I've just received an email from Seatruck ferries to say that they've introduced a new on-line booking system. They are much cheaper that other crossings and the price includes a cabin and food.

    https://seatruck.freight2ferry.co.uk/
     
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    Yes they're good on price but unfortunately don't take pets. :(
     
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    Chucking a few dates into Seatruck (Liverpool <-> Dublin) and Irish Ferries (Pembroke <-> Rosslare) has Seatruck costing about 2/3 of what Irish Ferries wants for my campervan (y)

    The only snag is that I live in South Wales :(
     
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    That's a shame, I live in Lancaster, a whopping 15 minute drive to Heysham.
     
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    Thanks for this. I've not heard of these before.
     
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    Thanks for info, good to see that they go to Warrenpoint,
     
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    Nor humans who need to use a wheelchair either, sadly. No lifts.
     
  9. Tony Tucker

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    I think it's normal now that these companies are making better efforts to 'get online' instead of just people ringing up all the time, after all we all have smart phone and tablets (most of us anyway)! :)
     
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    Good evening,
    This looks to be a very good deal, Looking at the gallery the ships look quite modern.
    Has anyone actually travelled with them. ? The ships appear a lot smaller than the usual Brittany Ferry ones.
    I've not travelled the Irish sea & am not sure what to expect.
    Any ideas or advice would be appreciated.
    Thanks.
    Barrie
     
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