will be carrying more passengers on its ferries from Harwich to Hook of Holland
this week as travellers take advantage of price reductions.
The operator announced that it was offering discounts on its ferries to Holland as part of National Ferry Fortnight, which began on May 9th and will continue until May 22nd.
Aimed at encouraging people to consider taking ferry holidays, the initiative will see Stena Line
offer prices as low as £10 per person on its ferries from Harwich to Hook of Holland
Lars Olsson, the carrier's general travel manager in the UK, said: "Travel by ferries is incredibly convenient and we're hoping that Britain's first National Ferry Fortnight will highlight the many benefits.
"You don't have the excess baggage and tax charges that you would when flying, not to mention the lengthy security queues and two-hour pre-departure check-in times."
Alongside its service from Harwich to Hook of Holland, Stena Line
offers ferries from Holyhead to Dublin
and from Stranraer to Belfast.
Written by Andrew Smith