GRAB CHRISTMAS BY THE BAUBLES

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It’s that time of year when the adverts get gushy, heartstrings get pulled, and all of a sudden hard-nosed execs get misty eyed! Well, there’s one company determined to see the lighter side of the festive season by asking its customers to ‘Grab Christmas by the Baubles’ and bag a Christmas travel deal.

Leading ferry operator, Stena Line, wants a ho-ho-ho from its customers this year so has decided to use humour as a way of telling them that they need to book early in order to secure the lowest fares and preferred sailings on their Irish Sea routes.

The ferry company is also making its low £69* single, for a car and driver fare available during the Christmas season and as there are no excess baggage charges you can really afford to fill the car and bring a present for everyone.

“At Christmas we want to spend time with our nearest and dearest”, said Orla Noonan, Stena Line’s Head of Travel, Irish Sea. “Every year, thousands of people cross the Irish Sea to share the festive season with family and friends. Stena Line makes that journey home not only cost effective, stress free and fun but as we have no baggage charges you can get a present for all of your loved ones and as pets travel for free no-one gets left behind!”

Orla continued: “Once onboard, passengers will be treated to the best ferry experience on the Irish Sea. And don’t worry if you’ve forgotten that last minute present – you’ll find super gift ideas in our onboard store. Plus with up to 50% off high street brands including fragrances, cosmetics, toys and electrical, there’s something for the whole family!”

Travelling by ferry this Christmas ticks all the boxes – no long queues at check-in; plenty of places to explore onboard; delicious choice of dining options including great value meal deals; free festive movies and WiFi; great ranges available for last minute shopping and up to 50% off compared to the high street on selected lines.

To book your very own Stena Line trip to Britain log onto www.stenaline.co.uk.

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