Isle of Man Steam Packet Company vessel Ben-my-Chree has today (Tuesday) departed for Liverpool for its regulatory overhaul, when the ship goes into scheduled dry dock for three weeks.
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is joining other leading ferry operators to encourage more people to rediscover the joy of travelling by sea and has teamed up with Manx National Heritage to create a special National Ferry Fortnight offer to give explorers the opportunity to discover the Isle of Man.
Data from the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company shows an increase of 3.4% in visitor ferry passenger figures to the Isle of Man in 2017 compared to 2016.
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is supporting Manx charity Sailing for the Disabled as it plans a major overhaul of its yacht, Pride of Mann III.
This month marks the return of Isle of Man Steam Packet Company’s fast craft Manannan. Daily sailings to Liverpool resume on 23rd March, while sailings to Belfast will begin on 28th March and 29th March for Dublin.