Travellers with Irish Ferries
on its crossings of the Irish Sea can enjoy a new facility, as the company is launching a free WiFi service.
Passengers need not wait until the journey ends before logging on and being able to communicate with work colleagues, friends or family as well as they would anywhere on dry land.
And the service is open to all passengers, not just those in Club Class.
Head of passenger sales Declan Mescall commented: "You can now relax with a coffee in Boylan's Brasserie and plot your route around Ireland without having to either plug-in or pay to access the internet."
The service will be available on the Ulysses and Dublin Swift on crossings between Dublin and Holyhead, as well as the Isle of Inishmore as it sails between Pembroke and Rosslare.
Visitors to Dublin might want to take their chance to plan a bit of culinary fun if they are visiting Ireland between April 27th and 29th, as this is when the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival takes place in Howth Harbour.
Posted by Andrew Smith