« on: April 01, 2016, 02:07:21 pm »
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Aboard Normandy there a few redundant cabins on the lower levels were unruly or troublesome passengers are taken until they cool down , from what I heard one of the group while locked in the cabin began ripping off wall panels and ceiling sections , once the ceiling panels were down some of the ships internal water supply pipes ran above the cabin , genius managed to rip down some of the pipes and the cabin began to fill with water , am told water in there reached 3 feet deep before they could shut it off , ironically the genius was locked in the cabin the whole time as the water pressure against the door meant it could'nt be opened until some of it had been drained out ,
Looking to the long term I could see Isle of Innisfree returning to Irish Ferries service.I think it would be good for Irish Ferries if the Isle of Innisfree was to come back to the fleet. As a second ship on the Dublin Holyhead route. They should have done it long ago! Maybe before the NZ charter (stena charter)? They could get a good slice of the market if it was to happen?
A two ship operation on the Dublin to Holyhead route operated by the Ulysses and Isle of Inishmore with the Isle of Innisfree returning to the Rosslare to Pembroke route maybe an option.