Seacat Ferries

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Seacat operated a ferry service between Scotland and Northern Ireland, linking the ports of Troon and Belfast. On the 7th of February 2005, Seacat announced it was closing, citing `massive' losses and `immense changes in the industry' as the cause.

With you can book alternative cheap ferries between Troon and Larne with P&O Irish Ferries, or Stena Line operate a ferry route from Belfast to Stranraer; see the list of alternative operators to the right. For alternative bargain ferries between the UK, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland use the real-time comparison engine above, where you can compare ferries by route, time and operator in order to find the perfect ferry deal for your journey.

Seacat (although often used as a general term for high-speed catamaran ferries) was the marketing name for ferry Services between Northern Ireland and Scotland between 1992 and 2004. The name originates from the services use of such high-speed catamarans.

Since Seacat's closure in 2005, two of the Seacat ferries have been operated by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, often referred to as `seacat' services. The Seacat Isle of Man is still used by the Steam Packet Company today as the HSC Snaefell, which operates from Douglas to Dublin.