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Stena Line, one of the world's leading ferry operators, offers you cheap fares and a range of frequent ferry travel services to ferry ports in Ireland, England, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Poland . Book a Stena Line Ferry online with Any Ferries.co.uk.
Stena Line operates Europe's most comprehensive route network. The network comprises of 18 strategically located ferry routes in Scandinavia and around the UK. Stena Line's fleet consists of 35 high speed ferries, multi-purpose ferries, RoPax ferries and freight vessels. 18 ferries operate on the Scandinavian routes, 7 on the North Sea and 10 on the Irish Sea. Annually Stena Line transports more than 17 million people to their destination.
The ferry operator Stena Line runs a variety of ferry services between the ferry ports of Harwich and Hook of Holland, Dublin, Dun Laoghaire and Holyhead, Belfast and Stranraer, Fleetwoord and Larne, Fishguard and Rosslare. You can also book a number of ferry crossings between the Scandinavian ferry ports of Frederikshaven, Gothenburg, Oslo, Gdynia, Karlskrona, Kiel, Grenaa and Varberg.
Stena Line started originally with passenger ferry services between Gothenburg and Denmark. These ferry routes still are the backbone of the company with more than 2 million passengers annually. Stena Line's most popular ferry route to Germany is the Gothenburg -Kiel crossing, a route for passengers and freight and operating since 1967. In 1979 Stena Line started operating the Oslo-Frederikshaven route. This is one of Stena Line's oldest routes. Stena Line started operating between Karlskrona-Gdynia in 1998. Especially passengers and freight customers from Sweden en Denmark are interested in this ferry route. The North Sea route Harwich - Hook of Holland is operated by RoPax vessels and provides a fast direct ferry link between Northern Europe and Great Britain for bot freight and passengers. The Harwich - Hook of Holland route is in operation since 1989. Routes on the Irish Sea, include passenger travel and freight. Stena Line is the largest ferry operator on the Irish Sea and transport more than 3 million passengers to their destination every year.
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About Stena Line Ferry
Stena Line was founded by Sten Allan Olsson when he acquired Skagenlinjen between Sweden and Denmark in 1962.
The ferry operator Stena Line nowadays has Europe's most comprenhensive route network and is the market leader on many routes. All together the ferry operator Stena Line operates 18 ferry routes around the UK and Scandinavia.
The ferry operator Stena Line has a modern fleet with a total of 35 vessels including fast ferries (HSS), traditional combi-ferries, RoPax-ferries for freight and passengers, and pure cargo ships. Following several years of change and development processes, Stena Line is now a stable and profitable group that provides demanding private and freight customers with cost-effective sea transportation and unique added value.
During 2006, approx. 15 860 000 passengers travelled to their destination with Stena Line. 2 990 000 cars and 1 788 000 freight units were transported during the same period.
The ferry operator Stena Line is an international transport and travel service company, always trying to exceed customer expectations. The vision is to be The First Choice Ferry Company.
So why not get away and relax on one of Stena Line's comfortable ferries? Book early for the lowest fares. Check out prices and availability online now.
Crossing times and travel information by ferry route
Fishguard - Rosslare:
Stena Europe Superferry: crossing time approx. 3 hrs 30 mins
Stena Express fast craft: crossing time approx. 120 mins
The Stena Line Superferry sails from Fishguard at 0245 and 1430 and from Rosslare at 0900 and 2115. The Latest check-in time is one hour prior to departure.
Fleetwood - Larne:
crossing time approx. 8 hours
As Fleetwood is a tidal port departure times may vary from day to day. The latest check-in time is 90 minutes prior to departure.
Harwich - Hook of Holland:
crossing time approx. 9 hours
Stena Line sails from Harwich to Hook of Holland at 09.00 hrs and 23.30 hrs and returns at 14.45 hrs and 22.00 hrs from Hook of Holland to Harwich (local time). The latest check in time is 1 hour before departure.
Holyhead - Dublin Port:
crossing time approx. 3 hrs 15 mins
the Stena Adventurer superferry to Dublin sails at 02:30 and 14:30 hrs daily. The latest check-in time is 45 minutes before departure. This ferry carries motorists only (no foot passengers allowed).
Holyhead - Dun Laoghaire:
the HSS Stena Explorer fast craft crossing time is approx. 99 mins.
The HSS Stena Explorer fast craft to Dun Laoghaire sails at 08.55 & 15.30 hrs daily. The latest check-in time is 30 minutes before departure.
Stranraer - Belfast:
the HSS Stena Voyager fast craft crossing time is approx. 105 mins.
The Stena Caledonia conventional ferry crossing time is approx. 3 hrs 15 mins.
The conventional ferry has daily departures and the HSS fast craft service runs on various days throughout the week, please check the Stranraer timetable. The latest check-in time is 30 minutes before departure.
Official port links:
Port of Dublin, Port of Belfast and the Port of Harwich.