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WB YEATS Dublin Bound

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ferryfan

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Does anyone have any pictures of her in Rosslare?
Not yet but here's one of her at Cherbourg yesterday

conor

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Does anyone have any pictures of her in Rosslare?
Not yet but here's one of her at Cherbourg yesterday
Thanks. Hopefully someone will have some photos later on of her in Rosslare

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Chef

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One from RTE

Thanks Kieran.
Caption for this should have the one finger salute from Irish Ferries to Rosslare .

brainferry

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Marine traffic shows WB Yeats destination as Holyhead now ?

conor

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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.

Steven

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WB is due to arrive in Rosslare Europort tomorrow Wednesday at 12.00 for berthing trials, given the announcement today that French services from the port are canceled this could mean that WB might enter service providing cover for Inishmore when Ulysses goes for refit, unlikely as this might sound, what better way to train staff, get a ferry operational and get any potential issues sorted out of the Dublin Holyhead spotlight.
Seems she may have just been having trials to continue Epsilon's trade car run - she didn't go to Pembroke but did go to Holyhead
Steve in Belfast (suburbia)

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ferryfan

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Probably the lowest key new arrival in Dublin with the shine completely taken off the event by the Rosslare announcement. WB is being moved to Cruise18 this afternoon so anyone wanting a good view should head for the Eastlink bridge.

mightymax23

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Can be seen with from the siptu webcam, parked by the eastlink
https://www.siptu.ie/media/webcam/

The insider

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Biggest anti climax ever..low paid crew and a shambolic shamrock on the funnel...shouldnt be allowed call themselves irish ..

A83

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Took this picture yesterday at the East link bridge where she is moored. Looks very impressive.

Davy Jones

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Yeatsy has moved from the East Link Bridge and is currently on Ulysses linkspan.

Steven

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Biggest anti climax ever..low paid crew and a shambolic shamrock on the funnel...shouldnt be allowed call themselves irish ..
Itís not as if all their routes go to Ireland either... oh wait

Perhaps if none of their routes involved Ireland you would have a point!  Iím pretty sure that not every member of staff working for British Airways is British, nor every member of staff at Air France French!  Bottom line is if you donít like it donít travel with them. 

For those interested the W.B Yeats tech spec was updated on NIFS last week (thereís also another pic here of her in Rosslare, not that it really looks much different from any other pic of her to be honest.  Canít post here as itís not mine and donít have permission :) )
https://www.niferry.co.uk/irish-ferries-w-b-yeats/
Steve in Belfast (suburbia)

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ferryfan

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WB heading out for sea trials today.