Seatruck Ferries have added a fourth vessel to their Liverpool - Dublin freight service, commencing operation on Monday 10th October.
Due to continued success on the Liverpool - Dublin route, the additional vessel, the Clipper Ranger will add an extra four departures each way every day.
Seatruck are currently experiencing huge demand from traditional Irish Sea driver accompanied operators who are now seeing the benefits of using their unaccompanied, long sea operation.
With four sailings each way per day, Seatruck will offer an unrivalled freight only frequency between Liverpool and Dublin, allowing more operators to switch away from the traditional driver accompanied transit through Wales or Scotland.
In addition to the changes at Liverpool, the larger 105 trailer Clipper Point vessel will be added to the Heysham - Dublin route to add an additional 25,000 spaces a year. The deployment of the larger vessel and new Bay Gateway Heysham M6 link road will add more traffic the route.