Irish Ferries

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An artist’s impression of Irish Ferries’ WB Yeats. Delays in building the ferry have resulted in almost 30,000 passengers’ trips being cancelled

While thousands of passengers whose holidays were scuppered by the announcement that Irish Ferries had cancelled all sailings on the WB Yeats until th(...)

Irish Ferries has cancelled thousands of bookings for August for the WB Yeats, the company’s brand new luxury vessel.

The authority which regulates sea travel to and from Ireland has said it is examining whether thousands of passengers impacted by Irish Ferries cancel(...)

Irish Continental Group, the owner of Irish Ferries, suffered a second day of falls

Trading in European shares was hesitant on Wednesday as investors awaited guidance from the US Federal Reserve on future interest rate rises. Trading (...)

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 fo(...)

Irish Ferries has cancelled thousands of bookings for August for the WB Yeats, the company’s brand new luxury vessel.

What is going on with Irish Ferries now? For the second time in less than two months the company has thrown the plans of thousands of people due to tr(...)

Irish Ferries has  cancelled about 6,000 bookings on the ‘WB Yeats’ in August. Photograph: Eric Luke

Up to 20,000 people travelling to France later this summer have seen their holiday plans thrown into disarray after Irish Ferries cancelled all bookin(...)

American fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger uses “wifi tracking” to monitor the number of people that look at a window display and then go into a shop. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Like me, you were probably blue in the face receiving emails over the past month or so from various companies and organisations alerting you to change(...)

Irish Ferries has been in the news because of the late delivery of the WB Yeats, for its French routes. The launch of this craft seems to have gone smoothly

As the crow flies there are only 113.1 km between Dublin and Holyhead, but the shortest sea crossing between us and our nearest neighbour can take nea(...)

Eamonn Rothwell, chief executive with Irish Continental Group. Photograph:  Mac Innes Photography

Irish Continental Group (ICG) will face a bill of up to €2.8 million for cancelling scheduled Dublin-Cherbourg sailings on a new ferry whose delivery (...)

Ferry operator Irish Continental Group’s fuel costs rose 25.2 per cent to €40.3 million in 2017. Photograph: Eric Luke

Share advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) has recommended that shareholders in Irish Continental Group (ICG) reject the company’s (...)

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