Have your say: Are you affected by the Irish Ferries cancellations?

Are you satisfied with the alternatives offered, or are your holiday plans in disarray?

Irish Ferries said the delivery of the new WB Yeats ferry had been further delayed by German shipbuilder FSG.

Irish Ferries said the delivery of the new WB Yeats ferry had been further delayed by German shipbuilder FSG.

 

Up to 20,000 people due to travel to France with Irish Ferries this summer will have to change their plans after the company cancelled all bookings for August on its new WB Yeats ferry. This follows the cancellation in April of all bookings for two weeks in July.

The Irish Times would like to hear from readers affected by the cancellations. What holiday had you booked? Who were you due to travel with? Have you been contacted by Irish Ferries and offered an alternative travel option? Are you satisfied with this, or have your holiday plans been thrown into disarray?

Have your say: Are you affected by the Irish Ferries cancellations?

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