Is there a particular reason each arrival of the Isle of Inishmore is shown as xx:46 (rather than xx:45)? In reality it is irrelevant but is there an accounting or other reason behind it?
This would be my view on it & not from any official IF sources.
Isle of Inishmore crossing time is now 4h 1min. I think this has to do with EU reg 1177/2010 rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway.
Compensation - The passenger is entitled to a minimum level of compensation of 25% of the ticket price, for that part of the affected journey, if their passenger service is delayed for at least:
a) 1 hour for a journey of duration 4 hours;
b) 2 hours for a journey of duration between 4 and 8 hours;
c) 3 hours for a journey of duration between 8 and 24 hours; or
d) 6 hours for a journey of duration of over 24 hours.
If the delay exceeds double the time set out, the compensation shall be 50% of the ticket price. The ferry or cruise operator must pay compensation within 1 month of the submission of a substantiated claim for compensation.