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Stena Adventurer

Dublin, Ireland
08447-70-70-70
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Dublin Port, customer service ? What customer service ? Aggression more like !

I traveled as a foot passenger from the Port Of Dublin,to Holyhead twice in the last month. While... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Michael D
Convenient

Have travelled many many times across the Irish sea using Stenaline. The Adventurer is always... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Shane C
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Reviewed yesterday

I traveled as a foot passenger from the Port Of Dublin,to Holyhead twice in the last month. While the ship itself is fine,the on board staff fine. It's the staff at Stena line at Dublin port I have an issue with. A more unfriendly, unpleasant...More

Thank Michael D
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Have travelled many many times across the Irish sea using Stenaline. The Adventurer is always spotlessly clean and well maintained. There is a shop but the selection of goods is quite limited. Although there are often very good special offers on various items, often a...More

Thank Shane C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Hubby and I took advantage of the above offer = £5.50 return per adult (we were going to Dublin from Holyhead). A bus from the City Centre (we paid 5 euros each for a 2-way ticket) takes you back to Dublin Docks (about 3 miles...More

Thank Jilly2903
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Super awesome info, made traveling from Ireland to Scotland significantly easier then if we had to do everything on our own. We highly recommend Stena lines sail and rail package.

Thank Anthony V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very convenient, smooth travel from Ireland to Wales. The internet is available, but not very fast. It took about 4 hours from Dublin to Wales. The terminals are small and better not to spend too much time in them.

Thank Alexandre S
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Thursday 27th April and are boarded on Stena Adventure which was due to set sail from Holyhead at13.50, due to circumstances outside of Stena's controll we departed 15 minutes late. Our journey was from Holyhead to Dublin Port and sailing time was expected to be 3 hours...More

1  Thank David D
Reviewed 13 April 2017

We booked the Ferry from Dublin to Holyhead and looked online for a cabin, but thought it was too expensive, £ 49 for a private cabin, 2 bunk beds. When we boarded we asked if they had a free cabin and got one for £30...More

Thank bookingbox_13
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

I recently took a sail rail from London to Dublin and the 2:30am crossing from Holyhead and I advise that people book the lounge pass on the ferry. The actual ferry is good and comfortable and efficient and I liked this bit. That's where the...More

Thank gringottsgoblin
Reviewed 12 March 2017 via mobile

1st time I have used Stenaline and will happily use them again. Very helpful staff and food was of a good standard as well.

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

Remember to turn your phone off I was charged £30 for 6mb of data because they use a company in Norway to route their mobile phone services I thought I was on WiFi BEWARE...

1  Thank Keithmartin
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percypuds
What id is accepted in stena line holyhead to dublin?
20 February 2017|
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Response from Jonpaul M | Reviewed this property |
Hi on the website of Stenna there is a section that tells you exactly what I'd you will need however in our experience we just use our Driving Licence that has the photo on it this is acceptable but I would check on their... More
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Irene C
Could you tell me the best deck and location to head to if travelling with a limited mobility passenger - just need a seat with thats fixed or high backed thanks
14 October 2015|
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Response from abv1981 | Reviewed this property |
Hello. On deck 7 there are lots of high backed / fixed seats with a very good forward facing views. If travelling by day, then there are bars and cafe available on this deck. If on the overnight sailing though, the only bar... More
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