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WB YEATS Dublin Bound

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Shipmate

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Very interesting thanks

marsav68

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Posted some photos from onboard here feel free...
https://fastferryfan.tumblr.com/
Don't fancy those white lines on the floor with a rough sea and a few glasses of Vin rouge consumed! :-)

IFPete

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Dublin Swift has the same carpets- They are good for hiding glasses of wine and other surprises.  :-[ 

giftgrub

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Plenty more images of the WBY here

https://www.flickr.com/photos/scottmackey/albums/72157676771367707

Impressive looking Ferry.

The swirling carpets are certainly distinctive and there are some jagged styles in grey and blue as well

jgf

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Looking at social media it appears there was a press launch today on the afternoon sailing. A very nice day for it too.

I hope to try out the WB myself on Thursday.

ferryfan

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The event onboard WB today was a travel industry one
https://twitter.com/Travalue_ie
One thing I realised last week was that there is no live entertainment mentioned for the summer crossings nor is there an obvious live entertainment lounge like the Gaiety Lounge or the Piano Bar on the Oscar Wilde.


Steven

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Plenty more images of the WBY here

https://www.flickr.com/photos/scottmackey/albums/72157676771367707

Impressive looking Ferry.

The swirling carpets are certainly distinctive and there are some jagged styles in grey and blue as well

I imagine they would be an absolute nightmare for anyone with a visual impairment.  Some have likened the effect to it looking like they forgot to lift the masking tape off properly when they finished painting  :P

The event onboard WB today was a travel industry one
https://twitter.com/Travalue_ie
One thing I realised last week was that there is no live entertainment mentioned for the summer crossings nor is there an obvious live entertainment lounge like the Gaiety Lounge or the Piano Bar on the Oscar Wilde.

Nope. Could be a very long crossing to France...  I doubt the Yeats trail is going to keep people entertained  :o
Steve in Belfast (suburbia)

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ferryfan

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WB Yeats Deck Plan including Cabin Layout (PDF download)

DaveW1946

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Conversation seen on Facebook suggest the Lady Gregory Restuaurant on WB Yeats is not yet open for dinner, only breakfast. Dinner is a few weeks away, yet she sails to France from tomorrow.

Niall

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As far as I know she is not on the France run until next week I think. Isle of Inishmore still in DD until Sunday.

marsav68

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As far as I know she is not on the France run until next week I think. Isle of Inishmore still in DD until Sunday.
Still showing as sailing this afternoon from Dublin to Cherbourg.

SEA

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Yeats heading to france 100% this afternoon at 3.30 . Inishmore (I think its  Camill  Laird) have   issues with getting water into the drydock not an issue with  ship , she remains in Liverpool 
Last Edit: March 14, 2019, 05:03:13 PM by SEA

Niall

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Yeats showing Holyhead as her destination and still at berth 49. Epsilon passing Wicklow head en route to Dublin.

marsav68

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WBY just left Dublin. AIS showing destination Cherbourg.