The  Irish Ferries ship WB Yeats: The  carrier needs to get its communications with customers back on course. Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

Irish Ferries is fighting tooth and nail against compensating passengers whose summer travel plans were disrupted last year by the extended delay in t(...)

The cruise ferry, which measures 195 metres in length, will offer up to four sailings a week directly from Dublin to France.

The WB Yeats cruise ferry, which was originally scheduled to begin travelling between Dublin and France almost five months ago, is expected to dock in(...)

Ireland's biggest builders and landlords: (top row) Kevin Nowlan, Justin Bickle, Michael Stanley, Thomas Edwards Moss; (bottom row) Alan McIntosh, Margaret Sweeney, John Mulcahy and Charles Gallagher

Founder shares, long-term incentive plans, bonuses. It’s not just property prices that have risen sharply in recent years. Those investors who steppe(...)

Artist’s impression of Irish Ferries' the WB Yeats which is due to operate between Ireland and France.

“When it rains it pours,” said Davy analyst Stephen Furlong on Monday when noting the latest Irish Continental Group (ICG) debacle. This time it invol(...)

A computer-generated image of the WB Yeats

Acts of god, as they’re known, are terribly unfortunate events for big corporates. They have the effect of causing a public relations storm during whi(...)

Irish Continental Group  is investing more than €300 million in two ferries

Shares in Irish Continental Group (ICG) fell on Monday after analysts at Davy downgraded their view on the ferry operator’s stock on valuation grounds(...)

ICG chief executive Eamonn Rothwell. Photograph:  Mac Innes Photography

Irish Continental Group (ICG) is spending more than €165 million on what will be the world’s biggest car ferry for its Dublin to Holyhead route. The (...)

ICG chief executive Eamonn Rothwell owns 14.7 per cent of the shipping group

Irish Continental Group chief executive Eamonn Rothwell remuneration package rose by 40 per cent in 2015, a year in which the shipowner surpassed the (...)

Irish Continental said passenger numbers were up 3 per cent from July to early November with the number of vehicles carried up 5 per cent

Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group said revenue rose 10.4 per cent in the three months to the end of September, which is the busiest quarter (...)

Irish Ferries vessel the Isle of Inishmore arriving at Dublin Port. Photograph: Eric Luke.

  Revenue at Irish Continental Group rose 9.5 per cent in the first half of the year, as the number of cars carried rose during the period(...)

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