Stena Vision leaving Poland for Rosslare
Stena Line’s newest addition to its expanding Irish Sea ferry fleet, Stena Vision, has left Gdansk Shipyard in Poland after a major refit.
The ship is now sailing to Rosslare, Ireland, where it will begin servicing the Rosslare-Cherbourg route.
This additional vessel increases Stena Line’s service frequency on the route to six departure days providing 12 sailings per week, the most frequent ferry service between Ireland and mainland European. It will also increase capacity, with space for 1,300 passengers and 485 passenger cabins ranging from standard cabins to deluxe suites, as well as 42 pet-friendly cabins.
“We are delighted to confirm that Stena Vision has now started on its journey to Rosslare,” said Paul Grant, trade director Stena Line. “The ship has undergone a major refit investment and we are in the process of finalising last-minute preparations in advance of commencing services on Rosslare-Cherbourg on 30 June, just in time for the peak summer holiday period.”