Exactly, it shouldn’t be allowed to schedule a ferry purely for the sake of duty free booze. Screws the tax payer and the environment.
This is a scheduled service so the boat will sail anyway, regardless of whether it has any passengers, so people booking this deal have no effect on global warming. In fact, if people use this deal to get booze they would otherwise drive somewhere to collect or have delivered, they could actually be helping the planet and also saving themselves money.
Drinking Vodka is bad enough on land
This is why we have global warming.
I'd rather get a cheap ticket on National Express to anywhere and get drunk at the back of it.
Posted 6th JunPosted 6th JunLocalLocal
Molton Brown 50ml EDT - £15 on Stena Line Trips 06/06£15
I know this is going to be a for a niche few people, but catching the ferry tonight on Stenaline, I found the 50ml EDT Molton Brown was just £15. I was going to order some Russian… Read more
Great ferries. Cabins, staff and facilities are excellent. Food and drink prices very reasonable as is the onboard shop. We go Harwich to Holland then on to Venice/Greece every year, I just wish the 27 hour Venice to Greece ferry was half as good.
Posted 25th Nov 2019Posted 25th Nov 2019
BLACK FRIDAY SUPER SALE - UP TO 25% OFF! @ Stena Line
Was thinking about taking the kids here for a day trip, and was wondering if anyone knows what we could do in Belfast that kids would enjoy?
Pity its not on fridays, glorious 12th would have been good.
Thanks, I will edit this out of the description. I don't wan't anyone to be stung :)
Not correct. I do the fishguard-Rosslare trip several times a year and I never return on the return leg and have never been charged more. I have read the terms and conditions before, but thought I'd read them again to make sure. The only time it becomes an issue is if you try and only use the return leg and not to outward (say you were already in Ireland and wanted to catch the return leg of a cheap fishguard-Rosslare return). In this case you'd have to buy a ticket on the day
Posted 9th May 2019Posted 9th May 2019
Return ferry from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare (Daytrip / Foot Passengers) £6 on Tuesdays @ Stena Line£6£12.5052% off
Excellent price for a day return to Ireland :) The price is only valid on Tuesdays, although it is only £12.50 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Of course if you woul… Read more
I booked singles Dublin to Holyhead yesterday for £37 each! I think I could have got day returns from Dublin for 7EUR and thrown away the return ticket. 😧
Great price but I can take 90 min bus to dublin for £15 return :) just until brexit
There is literally nothing in Rosslare. Went on a day trip there and couldn't wait to get back on the ferry to come home
when I was younger it was the Sands nightclub till 2am and then if we timed it right the party continued on the Pembroke to Rosslare ferry (aka Booz cruise). However, some of the roughest crossings imaginable, the Irish sea can be harsh!
They don't sail to Dún Laoghaire anymore hence no DART ticket. There's no train at Dublin port but it's closer to the city centre and a bus meets the ferry. It's €6 return to the city centre.
Stena Line discount codes are constantly promoted across its ferry network. Deals range from “Kids go Free” to simple money-off deals, to savings for motorists and foot passengers, food and drink deals for passengers, and many more savings.
Whatever type of voucher you choose, the process of redeeming deals isn't particularly complex:
First, head to hotukdeals and note down the relevant Stena Line voucher code. Now, visit the Stena Line website and use the search engine to book products that correspond to the requirements of the deal.
Click on the “Book Online and Save” option on the left of the screen. Choose your route, and a few more options will become available.
Scroll down and you should see a box marked “Offer code” as shown in the image attached above.
Use this box to enter your voucher code, and press “Continue.” This will take you to the next stage of the checkout process, and the cost of your tickets should have been reduced according to the terms of the deal.
Is Stena Line still sailing?
Yes, there are still daily routes between most destinations, you can verify them by checking the sailing tables from the link provided.
Who owns Stena Line?
Stena Line is still owned by the founding Olsson family who started the company in Sweden in 1962.
Is Stena Line sailing today?
Yes, Stena Line is still operating however it would be wise to check the timetables first before committing to purchasing a ticket.
Stena Line, can I stay in my car?
No, unfortunately it is prohibited to have guests remain in their vehicles during the duration of the route.
How early should I arrive for Stena Line?
If you have a vehicle you must check-in 60 minutes before the departure of the Ferry. This ensures you are sent to the proper queue and have time to find a seat amongst the upper decks.
Stena Line delivery options
When travellers book with Stena Line, the company will process their payment and send booking confirmation via email. This contains a reference code that can be used when checking in on the day of travel.
It's not actually necessary to present the ticket when you sail, but this reference code will be needed to complete the check-in process. So it's a good idea to print out the e-mail (and possibly have a spare copy as well, in case the original is damaged or lost).
Hard Copy Tickets
Customers also have the option of requesting a hard copy via the postal system. In this case, a flat fee of £3.50 applies in all cases.
Stena Line refund policy
Sometimes, travel plans fall through or need to be changed. Stena Line knows this and offers a variety of ways for customers to either cancel or change their arrangements. However, it's important to note that not all ticket classes can be cancelled for a full refund.
As we noted earlier, Economy fares don't come with free cancellations or changes. Fees will be charged if you want to change your sailing times, and you won't receive a refund when cancelling.
If you’ve booked a Flexi or Premium ticket, the situation is different. To cancel a booking, log into your Stena account. When you access your account, you should see an option to manage your bookings. Choose that option, then follow the cancellation link.**
Accepted payment methods
Contacting Stena Line
Arranging holidays can be a complex affair, and that's why Stena Line has made it as easy as possible to contact the Customer Care Team. Here are the main ways customers can get in touch:
Post: Stena Line Limited, Stena House, Station Approach, Holyhead, Anglesey LL65 1DQ
Telephone: General Reservations & Enquiries: 03447 707 070 (8:00-22:00 Monday to Friday, 09:00-22:00 Saturday & Sunday)
Stena Line on social media
The Stena Line story
Sweden's Stena Line is one of the oldest and most popular ferry companies in Europe. Offering convenient and affordable collections to Ireland, France, the Netherlands and beyond, Stena Line's ferries are always a good option for British travellers. And holiday-makers can often travel for less with Stena Line offer codes and travel vouchers.
This section handles voyages from Ireland to Britain, with the four routes discussed earlier available on the reverse leg. As with the Britain-Ireland journey, pets go free, which is a nice perk. Some routes offer “Kids Go Free” deals as well, so keep an eye out for them when booking.
Ferries to Holland
Stena's ferries sail from Harwich to the Hook of Holland (6 hours 30 minutes). The products can include DutchFlyer rail and boat deals which make it much easier (and cheaper) to reach destinations like Amsterdam following your voyage.
Ferries to France
Stena doesn't offer as many cross-channel routes as it used to for French routers. However, travellers still have the option of sailing from Rosslare in Ireland to Cherbourg (17 hours).
Ferries to the rest of Europe
Stena's network doesn't stop at the coast of France or Holland. British customers can also book routes to the Rest of Europe, including trips from Denmark and Norway, from Denmark to Sweden, or from Germany to Latvia. In fact, if you are considering a Baltic exploration, there are plenty of handy ferry routes – ideal for motorists and cyclists alike.
Shopping with Stena Line
Stena's smartphone app is another invaluable tool for travel lovers. Available for Android and iOS phones, the app allows you to make and amend bookings, find directions when driving to ports, and get up to the minute reports on sailings and weather conditions. It also will allow you to hold and display tickets when you're purchasing your experience on-the-go.
No matter what, Stenaline discount codes will always be available at the hotukdeals dedicated Stena Line page so customers can rest easy knowing they will be able to find the best experience on offer anywhere throughout the UK.
Stena Line deals & sales
Whether you're planning a city break in Belfast, some time in Amsterdam, or an extended break in northern France, Stena Line's ferries could provide the perfect solution. Stena Line Black Friday deals also go live around the holiday shopping season. Comfortable, reliable, and affordable, the firm's vessels make a neat alternative to flying or rail travel. What's more, they can often be booked for less with the Stena Line offers at hotukdeals.