Norfolkline Irish Sea

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    Norfolkline Irish Sea

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Please note: DFDS Seaways took over Norfolkline's Dover-Dunkirk route in 2010 and Stena Line took over the Liverpool (Birkenhead) to Belfast route later on too.

With Ferrysavers you can easily find your ideal cheap Norfolkline Irish Sea ferry to or from England and Northern Ireland. You can book a ferry from Liverpool to Belfast in Northern Ireland online easily and quickly with Ferrysavers.

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With Norfolkline it's easy to find the beauty of Northern Ireland or take a long weekend in Liverpool. Norfolkline was part of the AP. Moller Maersk Group, but was taken over by DFDS in the summer of 2010. Norfolkine Irish Sea is now re-branded as DFDS Seaways, but all the daily services on reliable and highly comfortable ferries across the Irish Sea will stay the same. Norfolkline started these Irish Sea ferry routes in 2005, when it purchased the previous operator, Norse Merchant Ferries.

The Mersey Viking and Lagan Viking are purpose-built ships for the Belfast to Liverpool Birkenhead route. Onboard there is a restaurant, café, daily entertainment, a cinema, beautician, shop, play areas, and comfortable 4-berth cabins, which are included in the price of overnight sailings. There's even the option of a 10 minute massage from The Chill Out Factory!

Check-in Information

Passenger check-in opens 2 hours before the ship's scheduled departure time. Check-in desks will close 1 hour before the departure of the ship. Passengers who arrive after this time will not be permitted to board the ship and will forfeit their ticket - no refund or free transfer will apply.

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