Cherbourg. Stena Line will strengthen its Cherbourg-Rosleire line with a second ferry

À côté du Stena Horizon, Stena Line va positionner un nouveau ferry mixte sur la ligne Cherbourg (Manche)-Rosslare à partir de l’été prochain.
Next to the Stena Horizon, Stena Line will install a new mixed ferry on the Cherbourg (Manche)-Rosselaire line from next summer. (©DP)

Arrival on board the company Stena Line Stena Ebba, which is currently being completed at a Chinese shipyard, could do so with a redistribution of its ferries on the routes it serves.

According to An article published on the niferry website on Tuesday, September 27, 2022Stena Line should be affected as such A second mixed ferry On the line Cherbourg-RoselaireIn Ireland.

“Stena Line confirms that a Ropax ferry will be available on the Rosslare-Cherbourg line from the end of June 2023, operating six days a week, which will help increase travel and cargo capacity. »

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Capacity for 1,300 passengers

This ship can be Stena Visionof 175 meters long For a capacity 1,300 passengers And 360 vehicles.

Since coming into effect BrexitTraffic between Ireland and England tripled Cherbourg (Sleeve). Off 35,000 trailers Processed in 2019 and went for it 110,000 in 2021 and should stabilize slightly below the 100,000 mark in 2022. port.

Three shipping companies serve Ireland. Irish FerriesAbandoning the Breton port of Roscoff to concentrate on the Cherbourg-Dublin route, WB laid down two ships, Yeats and Epsilon. Brittany Ferries A weekly connection with Connemara was also opened.

Stena Line, In addition to Stena Horizon who serves Roselayer, with a second vessel already in place from January 2021. There were the freighter Stena Forteller, the mixed ferry Stena Winga and currently the freighter Seatuck Panorama.

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