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As some of you may be aware, in addition to the crankshaft failure on one of Manannan’s engines, we have now also suffered a similar failure on one of Snaefell’s engines.
Snaefell has suffered the first crankshaft failure in all ...Read more
Last weekend we experienced unseasonal gales that caused the cancellation of one of our fast craft return services. We were not alone however, and other Irish Sea operators also suffered similar problems with their own fast craft sche...Read more
Well another TT has passed and the Island now slows down to normal speed for a few weeks until the start of school holiday season.
It was a successful TT period from many points of view. All those I have spoken to seem to feel tha...Read more
You may have heard on Manx Radio recently a piece about Steam Packet bookings for the TT. Confounding the general economic woes that seem to exist throughout much of Europe it seems that the lure of the Isle of Man TT Festival is as s...Read more
We are now less than three weeks away from TT 2010 and there is much evidence on our roads of work being done in order to ensure the course is ready. Similarly here at the Steam Packet a great deal of planning and preparation is nec...Read more
Well it has been a very unusual weekend in the travel sector. The widespread closure of airports has not only left many holidaymakers stuck away from home, jobs and schools, but it has also placed real emphasis on how much flying is n...Read more
We are fast approaching the first of the long Bank Holiday weekends in the year. Easter is relatively early this year and of course the schools are breaking up only as the Bank Holiday weekend gets underway. Easter is always a busy ti...Read more