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Irish Ferries Ready for New Premier League Season

Irish Ferries Ready for New Premier League Season

With the new Premier League season kicking off, Irish Ferries is gearing up to accommodate the wave of fans who will depart each weekend from now until May to cheer on their favourite teams in Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and elsewhere.

Dermot Merrigan, Head of Passenger Sales, Irish Ferries

Dermot Merrigan, Head of Passenger Sales, Irish Ferries

 

Dermot Merrigan, Head of Passenger Sales, reminds travel agents that day trips by coach, inclusive of match ticket and ferry travel, start at €149 per person return, while overnight accommodation inclusive of coach, return ferry travel and match ticket starts at €209 per person.

Describing the packages as “a suite of options designed to suit supporters of all ages”, Dermot also points to the family package of return ferry crossing for a car, two adults and two children from €251, or the SailRail option to Manchester or Liverpool starting at €83 per person return.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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