Prince William and Kate Middleton can celebrate their recent engagement by embarking on a free ferry trip to Dublin.
To mark the news that the couple are set to marry and live in north Wales, Irish Ferries
announced that it would offer them free ferries from Holyhead to Dublin
for as long as they are based in the region.
The Irish capital is located less than two hours from Anglesey, where William is currently based with the RAF.
It is therefore easier for the couple to reach than London's West End, making it the ideal option for romantic breaks or Kate's "girly weekends", said Irish Ferries' Declan Mescall.
The couple are being offered unlimited Club Class travel on both the Dublin Swift, which takes less than two hours to make the crossing, and the Ulysses cruise ferry, which completes the journey in about three hours and 15 minutes.
Club Class services include priority boarding for car drivers, reserved seating, complimentary drinks and snacks, exclusive access to the Lounge Bar and other provisions.
Fares on Irish Ferries' route to Dublin, as well as the company's ferries from Pembroke to Rosslare
, start from £69 one-way for a car plus one passenger, meaning Ireland ferry
breaks are an achievable option for everyone.
Posted by Andrew Smith