Stena Line launches free non-landing trips for school kids
LEADING ferry company Stena Line is inviting Northern Ireland primary school classes to take to the seas and enjoy a school day with a difference as the company launches a first of its kind school’s initiative to introduce children to ferry travel.
Running this spring, little sailors aged 4 to 11 can enjoy the thrill of a non-landing trip setting sail at 11.30am from Belfast and arriving back at 17.45pm on selected Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from April to June.
Teachers across NI can sign their classes up for the day at sea for FREE and bring the classroom onboard Stena Superfast and sail the Irish Sea.
There is loads of ferry fun things to see and do while onboard including the kids play area, on-board game zones and free cinema! A tasty lunch can be pre-booked from only £4.25 each for when the busy sailors get hungry too!
Orla Noonan, Travel Commercial Manager (Irish Sea North) at Stena Line said:
“We are delighted to launch this new initiative for NI primary school classes to go on a real-life adventure – a ferry fun day at sea – for free!
“Teachers will be able to treat their class to a trip to remember before the school year finishes for summer and provide lessons if they like at sea,” Orla added.
Ferry travel is free and for further information or to book go to www.stenaline.co.uk/class, call 08445 764 764 or visit your local travel agent. Book early to avoid disappointment.
* All non-landing cruises are subject to availability and the appropriate level of adult supervision is the schools responsibility. See website for more details.