Ferry company Stena Line is giving customers the chance to bring a friend for free…

From April 1st, anyone who books a new economy, flexi or premium motorist fare on the Belfast – Cairnryan and Belfast – Liverpool routes, with leading ferry company Stena Line, gets to bring a friend for free!  You could be forgiven for thinking that the latest offer from Stena Line is an April Fool but it most definitely isn’t!

Make someone’s day by bringing them to Britain for free when you book a new motorist fare, which start from *£79 single, car + 2, by April 30, and as you can travel up to December 17 there are loads of reasons to make the trip!

Orla Noonan, Travel Commercial Manager, Irish Sea North, said:  “Get online and get booking now for the chance to take a friend to Britain for free and make big savings.  There are so many reasons to visit Liverpool, Scotland, and beyond, including the friendly people, the fantastic shopping and world-class tourist attractions.  And with Easter just around the corner and other key times like summer and even pre-Christmas shopping trips falling within the travel period, you can really make the most of this ‘cracking’ offer.”

There is so much to experience when you travel with Stena Line, continued Orla:  “Our passengers are treated to excellent customer service throughout the ship, comfortable seating, speciality coffee houses, free WiFi, free movies, great value dining options, kids play areas, discounted shopping, and so much more, when they get onboard.

“Book a Premium fare and enjoy all the benefits of the Stena Plus lounge such as a dedicated waiter service and complimentary snacks and drinks.  And if you want to arrive feeling refreshed you can add an ensuite cabin to your booking.

“For those travelling on the Belfast – Cairnryan route, our ships even have a spa where you can get your nails done, have a dip in the Jacuzzi or get a massage.  The journey with us is always part of the adventure”, concluded Orla.

Visit and book your trips to Ireland now using offer code: BUDDY.

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