Media Statement by StenaLine – 20th December, 2020 23:00
Important update for passengers intending to travel with Stena Line’s ferry services to the Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands.
Due to new measures imposed by the Irish Government and the Government of the Netherlands, there are restrictions on passenger travel into both countries from the UK.
Republic of Ireland
For at least the next 48 hours from midnight tonight, passenger travel is not permitted on our services from the UK into the Republic of Ireland. Except for essential supply chain workers. This affects our Holyhead to Dublin and our Fishguard to Rosslare services.
Until further notice no passenger travel is allowed from the UK into the Netherlands. This affects our Harwich to Hook of Holland service.
Travel to the UK from the Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands
The above restrictions do not affect travel to the UK from either the Republic of Ireland or Netherlands, which is still permitted for essential reasons in line with government guidance.
All our freight transportation services, including accompanied movements by freight drivers, are unaffected by the above restrictions.
For further information please contact Simon Palmer tel +353(0)868858789 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to Editors
The above statement does not relate to Stena Lines service from England and Scotland to Northern Ireland, or from Ireland to France. All remain operational and carrying passengers for essential reasons.
All Stena Line’s services remain fully operational and are sailing to the existing timetables.
Here is a full list of Stena Line’s UK and Irish routes .
|Irish Sea||North Sea|
|Belfast – Cairnryan||Rotterdam – Harwich|
|Belfast – Liverpool||Rotterdam – Killingholme|
|Belfast – Heysham||Hoek Van Holland – Killingholme|
|Dublin – Holyhead||Hoek Van Holland – Harwich|
|Dublin – Fishguard|
|Rosslare – Cherbourg|