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"Belfast to Cairnryan "
Reviewed 23 April 2014 by Kevin
On time, smoothly done, no problems.
'Kevin' travelled with Stena Line, Belfast Cairnryan on Superfast VII
Reviewed 23 April 2014 by Anonymous
We had a problem while away but phoned the company and they sorted the booking out straight away very helpful and understanding. Would travel again as i know if there was a problem one phone call and i would be given help or advise.
'Anonymous' travelled with Stena Line, Belfast Cairnryan on Superfast VIII/Superfast VII
Reviewed 22 April 2014 by Anonymous
Easy and efficient booking service. Cheaper than dealing directly with ferry company!!
Carefree crossings. On time and excellent facilities on board. Would use again.
'Anonymous' travelled with Stena Line, Cairnryan Belfast on Superfast VII
"Holyhead/Dublin return crossings"
Reviewed 21 April 2014 by Peter
Well organised, easy check in, comfortable ship.
'Peter' travelled with Stena Line, Holyhead Dublin on Stena Nordica
"Harwich to Hoek day sailing with car"
Reviewed 21 April 2014 by Ian
This was my first time on any ferry. There was very little information on the whole thing beforehand, it seemed as if people were just supposed to know what to do.
But the whole experience was so easy, you arrive with your car and there is number plate recognition which generates your ticket. that is given to you when you show your passport and then you drive on. It was all pretty efficient, driving on and off was very organised and easy.
The ferry itself was comfortable, it was very clean/large/modern and there was lots of space, there were lots of different areas to sit in and big windows to look out of. There is sports TV, stuff to buy if you want. The food is expensive and not the best but what would you expect. Its well presented and served but didn't taste great. There is an outdoor safe (caged) ball play area for kids and lots of deck space. There is cinema but it was just the Lego film as far as I could tell so not the greatest choice - ok for kids I guess. There was kids entertainment at one point which they sounded like they loved. The staff were all pretty nice.
All in all i was really impressed. It was very punctual on the way out but an hour late on return so worth bearing in mind that this is possible. Its a long crossing and some people might prefer a cabin so they can lie down.
I'm not disabled but I noticed there are a lot of stairs to manage. If you have mobility problems I would find out about lifts etc.
The ferry terminal at Harwich is reasonable on the way out - what do you need really. There is a loo and a vending machine and some seats which i suppose are for foot passengers. The Hoek side was really easy. But coming back into Harwich was really confusing, its kind of a shambling concrete maze with people directing vehicles, and coming through passport control took an INCREDIBLY long time.
'Ian' travelled with Stena Line, Harwich Hook of Holland on Stena Britannica/Stena Hollandica