Stena Europe has become the first ferry in Stena Line’s Irish Sea fleet to showcase the company’s new ‘Connecting Europe for a Sustainable Future’ strapline.
Designed to reflect Stena’s commitment to becoming a more sustainable and environmentally friendly company, the 30-foot green lettering was added on either side of Stena Europe during her dry dock at Belfast’s Harland & Wolff shipyard. The strapline will soon be added to the six other Irish Sea ferries.
“We are delighted that one of our vessels has become the first Stena Line ship on the Irish Sea to promote our new company strapline, which graphically reflects our increasing commitment to become a more sustainable and environmentally friendly company,” said Ian Davies, Stena Line’s trade director for the Irish Sea South routes.
Stena Europe was refitted as part of Stena’s ongoing £7 million fleet refit programme. The galley, bar, crew accommodation, bow thrusters, rudders and the main shaft seals under the water line were all upgraded. The vessel has now resumed service on the route between Rosslare, Ireland and Fishguard, Wales.