‘Brexit buster’ can ‘dramatically’ increase direct ferries to Europe

Shipping line CLdN says it has ‘contingencies’ for UK ‘landbridge’ delays in a hard Brexit

CLdN operates the MV Celine ship out of Dublin where it was launched in 2018. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

CLdN operates the MV Celine ship out of Dublin where it was launched in 2018. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The largest shipping line connecting Ireland and continental Europe says it can “dramatically” increase its services if there is a hard Brexit.

Luxembourg-based shipping line CLdN operates direct ferries seven days a week between Irish ports and mainland Europe, connecting Dublin with Zeebrugge in Belgium and Rotterdam in the Netherlands, and Cork with Zeebrugge with journey times of about 38 hours.

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