Swedish owned Stenna Line, is one of the world’s leading ferry companies, offering frequent, fast and conventional ferry services to Northern and Southern Ireland and to Holland from the UK. It also runs a number of services within Scandinavia, should you be planning a visit there.
Stenna Line has been voted the best overall ferry operator by a number of travel organizations across the UK and Europe, so you can book in the knowledge that you’ll have a safe and comfortable journey.
If you’re planning a trip to the Continent, Stenna Line’s route from Harwich to the Hook of Holland is an excellent option both for those who want to take their car and for foot passengers. From Harwich you have two daily ferry services to the Netherlands on a Stenna Line superferry.
The voyage takes just 3 hours 45 minutes with fares starting from £59 single for a car and driver or just £34 single for a 'rail and sail' foot passenger ticket to any Dutch NEEA rail station. Regular trains run from London Liverpool Street station to Parkeston Quay, close to the Harwich Port Terminal, making it one of the easiest, cheapest and most direct ways of getting to Holland from south-east England.
Stenna has just announced that it has acquired the route from Liverpool (Birkenhead) to Belfast from DFDS, adding to its route to the Northern Ireland capital from Stranraer. Stenna line also operates a superferry to Dublin from Holyhead, offering some great deals, with single journeys starting at just £69 when you travel with a small car. It also offers routes from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire and Fishguard to Rosslare.
For routes, times and prices go to the Stenna Line user friendly website www.stenaline.co.uk, where you’ll also find some great deals such as ‘Students go Free’, ‘Deals of the Week and ‘Rail and Sail’. Sailing with Stenna is an excellent option for eco-minded travellers who are fed up with airport hassle.