Stena celebrates second Cairnryan birthday

MANY HAPPY RETURNS...Stena Line has just marked the second anniversary of Loch Ryan Port.  The �200m investment in new port facilities and the Superfast vessels have proven to be very popular with tourist and freight customers and have significantly raised the standard of ferry services between Scotland and Northern Ireland.   Since the start of the new service on 21st November 2011 Stena Line has achieved some impressive performance statistics including carrying 2.2million passengers, almost 500,000 cars and over 300,000 freight units.  Paul Grant, Stena Line's Route Manager for Irish Sea North said: 'When we opened up the new Belfast-Cairnryan we were confident that the new route would prove popular with our freight and travel customers.   The combination of a high quality service and good value fares has proven to be successful.  Pictured at the onboard celebrations in Loch Ryan Port are (left to right): Stena Line's Lesley Fletcher, Captain Alistair McCarlie and Cairnryan Port Manager Andy Kane.

MANY HAPPY RETURNS...Stena Line has just marked the second anniversary of Loch Ryan Port. The �200m investment in new port facilities and the Superfast vessels have proven to be very popular with tourist and freight customers and have significantly raised the standard of ferry services between Scotland and Northern Ireland. Since the start of the new service on 21st November 2011 Stena Line has achieved some impressive performance statistics including carrying 2.2million passengers, almost 500,000 cars and over 300,000 freight units. Paul Grant, Stena Line's Route Manager for Irish Sea North said: 'When we opened up the new Belfast-Cairnryan we were confident that the new route would prove popular with our freight and travel customers. The combination of a high quality service and good value fares has proven to be successful. Pictured at the onboard celebrations in Loch Ryan Port are (left to right): Stena Line's Lesley Fletcher, Captain Alistair McCarlie and Cairnryan Port Manager Andy Kane.

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Stena Line celebrated its second birthday recently marking two years since the company moved from Stranraer to its new base in Cairnryan.

Stena said this week the £200m investment in new port facilities and the Superfast vessels have proven to be very popular with tourist and freight customers and have significantly raised the standard of ferry services between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Since the start of the new service on 21st November 2011 Stena Line has carried 2.2 million passengers, almost 500,000 cars and over 300,000 freight units.