Norfolkline Ferries - Further Information on Norfolkline Ferry Services
Norfolk Line offer day time or night time sailings from Liverpool Birkenhead to both Belfast and Dublin you can be sure of a comfortable trip. Last year, Norfolkline introduced new North Sea Operations linking Rosyth in Scotland with Zeebrugge in Belgium. Norfolkline passenger services are offered onboard their 7 modern vessels, Dublin Viking, Lagan Viking, Liverpool Viking and the Mersey Viking operate in the Irish Sea whereas Maersk Delft, Dublin and Dunkerque operate their other routes. All ferries in the Norfolk Line fleet offer all the fantastic services you would expect from the modern vessels in use. Restaurants, Bars and even a cinema is on offer along with private cabins.
Norfolkline is a European multimodal short sea carrier, a subsidiary of the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group. It provides passenger and freight ferry services on the English channel and Irish Sea and logistics services across Europe. Norfolkline currently employs more than 2000 employees in 13 countries across Europe, operating out of 35 different locations.
Norfolkline currently operate more than 10 other vessels vessels dedicated to freight movement, with expansion plans underway. Norfolk Line also owns over 550 refrigerated trailers (including 200 with dual compartment units), 1750 dry-cargo trailers, and 1150 swap-body trailers for intermodal freight transport.
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Our ferry service between Liverpool and Belfast operates on two new vessels, the Lagan Viking and the Mersey Viking, that provide a top class onboard experience for our ferry passengers. The crossing time for our ferries between Liverpool and Belfast is approximately 8 hours and we have both day and night sailings in both directions.
Our ferry service between Liverpool and Dublin operates on two modern vessels, the Liverpool Viking and the Dublin Viking, that provide a top class onboard experience for our ferry passengers. The crossing time for our ferries between Liverpool and Dublin is approximately 7 hours and we have both day and night sailings in both directions.
As a result of the aquisition of Norse Merchant Ferries Norfolkline Ferries now operate an Irish sea passenger ferry fleet 4 vessels. There vessels are:
When traveling on the brand new fleet of Norfolkline cross channel ferries, it takes approximately 1 hour 45 minutes from Dover to Dunkerque, France. With direct links to the A16 and A25 motorways, the Dover Dunkerque route is more convenient than Calais for many destinations in France and beyond. Norfolkline's ferry service to France is also better situated for Belgium and Holland as well as providing shorter drive times to Germany, Switzerland and beyond. What’s more, Norfolkline is the only ferry company sailing to Dunkerque, France.
Norolkline Ferries introduced three new state of the art vessels specifically designed for their Dover - Dunkerque route. The vessels serving the Dover Dunkerque are:
Norfolk Line started the route between Rosyth and Zeebrugge in Spring 2009 following the routes previous operator, Superfast Ferries, closing their operation of this route in the middle of 2008. Norfolk Line offer 3 sailings per day between Rosyth and Zeebrugge onboard their brand new vessel. This North Sea route is operated onboard the Scottish Viking
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