Today saw 20 of the IMOC members mini’s make the trip to Dublin Port to meet up with representatives of Stenaline Ferries for a photo shoot to officially launch the travel deal Stena are offering to all international attendees of IMM 2017.
The IMOC members rendezvoused at the Dublin Port Topaz Filling Station for a coffee and a chat from 11.30am and from there we made the short hop to the Stenaline Ferry terminal for 12.00pm.
Right on schedule, the Stena Superfast X, docked in front of us as we rocked up to the entrance gates.
Stena Superfast X is the latest addition to Stena’s fleet and offers a choice of daily crossings from just 3 hours and 15 minutes on our Dublin – Holyhead route. There are lots of fantastic facilities to enjoy onboard including deluxe cabins, Barista Coffee House, Met Bar and Grill, retail shopping in the ‘Outlet’, two free cinemas, a family lounge featuring a children’s play area and X-Box stations as well as lots of other areas for you to enjoy the crossing, such as the luxury Stena Plus Lounge.
After a little bit of organising we got everyone into position to put their best side forward.
With everyone looking on, including many of the port employees, we got some nice photos for the shoot. And as always, the practicality of Joe Conboy shone through, producing the key from the Mini trailer behind the Clubman.
So what are Stena offering for all of you making the trip to Ireland for the IMM??
A Mini and two passengers return for £120
A Mini,two passengers and a small caravan/trailer for £160
This deal is available from May 22nd – June 2nd, so you can plan your holiday and see some more of what Ireland has to offer.
Lots of you have already availed of the offer, but if you haven’t just contact us regarding it.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Facebook Page for information regarding specific vehicles or trailers.
A reminder for all coming from the ferries into Dublin Port:
Speed limits in the port are enforced closely to 50 kph!! Don’t start the Irish leg of the route on the wrong foot! 😉