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Irish Ferries urges travellers to get their skates on

Passengers intending to travel with Irish Ferries over the Christmas and New Year holiday period need to get their skates on to secure their preferred sailings.

With Christmas being the busiest time of year, head of passenger sales, Dermot Merrigan, said: “Many of our customers choose to drive home for the festive season with Christmas CDs playing and their car boots filled with large items such as suitcases, bulky toys and boxed gifts.

“With no baggage charges, passengers can fit in as much as they like, including their favourite Christmas jumpers, winter coats and perhaps even some wine and mistletoe – it all goes free on the ferry,” he adds.

On the Irish Sea, Irish Ferries operates up to 16 daily crossings between Dublin and Holyhead and Rosslare and Pembroke.

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Posted on 27th November 2016 at 12:27 pm in Ferry Operators | Irish Ferries | Ferry News |

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