Seatruck ups Liverpool-Dublin capacity

Seatruck Ferries has increased capacity and frequency between Dublin and Liverpool by replacing its smallest vessel on the route, the Clipper Ranger, with a larger P series vessel offering almost twice the capacity. It has also added additional Friday sailings, bringing its frequency on the route to 44 per week, or 78 per week across all three of its Irish Sea services. Seatruck, which currently moves around 20% of total Irish Sea ... [+]

Bigger ships to boost Seatruck space

Seatruck Ferries is to increase capacity on its Warrenpoint to Heysham route by 30%, or 30,000 trailers a year, by deploying two larger freight ferries on the route later this summer. The four-deck 2012-built Seatruck Precision and Seatruck Performance will replace the current three-deck vessels, operating a twice daily service between ... [+]

Heysham opens bridge to growth

Heysham Port has officially opened its new link-span bridge at as part of a £10m investment by its owner-operator Peel Ports. The port is gateway for Irish Sea trade with daily sailings operated by Seatruck, Stena Line and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. As well as the new link-span, ... [+]

Relief road to transform Heysham’s prospects, says ro ro boss

Chief executive of Irish Sea freight  ferry operator Seatruck, Alistair Eagles says the opening of the new £124.5m Bay Gateway relief road in Lancaster, is the biggest commercial opportunity for the Port of Heysham in its history. The opening, on 31 October would unleash the port’s potential to win more Irish ... [+]

Seatruck launches weekly Bristol-Dublin link

Irish Sea operator Seatruck Ferries has launched a once a week service between Bristol and Dublin for trade car imports into the Irish Republic. The company already operates frequent daily freight services from Heysham toWarrenpoint and Dublin and from Liverpool to Dublin. [+]

Seatruck adds third ship

Irish Sea ro ro specialist Seatruck Ferries is to add a third vessel to its Liverpool-Dublin route, from 17 November. It says that the resulting additional midweek departures will provide much needed peak capacity on a route with increasing unaccompanied traffic. Seatruck explains that driver shortages are causing operators to switch ... [+]

Eagles to be Seatruck CEO

Alistair Eagles will be appointed chief executive of Clipper Group's Irish Sea unaccompanied freight ro ro line, Seatruck Ferries from 7 May. At the same time, Ole Frie will step down from his position as Seatruck chairman for Seatruck, and Kristian Morch will become the new chairman of the Board. ... [+]

Seatruck starts major ports reshuffle

Freight ferry operator Seatruck is to launch a service from Heysham to Belfast on 7 May, replacing its existing service from Heysham to Larne. The new Heysham - Belfast service will be opened by sister vessels “Arrow” and “Ranger”, which will be switched from their current duties into Larne. Then, later ... [+]

Fourth ship for Seatruck

Seatruck Precision, the final vessel in Seatruck’s series of four new ro-ro freight vessels, was launched at FSG Flensburg Yard, Germany, on 23 March. She will join her three sisters on Seatruck’s unaccompanied freight routes across the Irish Sea in June.   [+]

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