It just seem mad from IF when the swift wasn't even running so could easily have been moved to have a free berth for wb and epsilon.
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I've seen Ulysees get in of Adventurer many times before. So I don't think this is the case. I may be wrong though.WB Yeats left Holyhead on time and Stena Adventurer left quite late today (for their sailings arriving into Dublin at dinner time.) Can anyone explain why WB is now going along at 13 kts. Would it not be a slight bit of a competition. If WB Yeats gets in ahead. Why is WB letting the Adventurer overtake it like that. I understand if they're both going along at service speed. But it seems strange to slow right down to let the other ship overtake you?
Update 15:25: She's just turned North and is stopped. Very strange.
Do they not have slots for arrival at Dublin and each ship is allocated a place in the queue so I assume WB Yeats is letting Stena Adventurer in front of her as she normally has her allocated slot before Ulysses/Yeats?
Marine traffic shows WB Yeats destination as Holyhead now ?She's heading there for berthing trials after the Epsilon departs Holyhead for her 20:15 sailing. WB Yeats will then head to Dublin following her stop in Holyhead with her scheduled arrival currently 09:45 tomorrow (Thursday) morning.
One from RTEThanks Kieran.
Thanks. Hopefully someone will have some photos later on of her in RosslareDoes anyone have any pictures of her in Rosslare?Not yet but here's one of her at Cherbourg yesterday
Oscar Wilde Video and photos have been unlinked from Irish Ferries website.I've seen that as well. It just seems a shame to abandon the rosslare to France route. I been on OW many times over the years and whenever I have sailed she seems full.