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Irish Ferries switching W.B. Yeats from Dublin-Holyhead to Cherbourg

Irish Ferries switched the ferry W.B. Yeats from the Dublin-Holyhead route to the Dublin – Cherbourg route as from 6 January 2020.

This will allow her to carry around 165 accompanied units per sailing. She departs Dublin at 1600 with the return crossing from Cherbourg leaving at 1630, arriving in Dublin at 1045.

Epsilon will operate in place of the W.B. Yeats on the Welsh route.

 

 

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