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European Causeway
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Route

Larne - Cairnryan

Operator

P&O Ferries (Formerly P&O Irish Sea)

Length

156.2 m

Breadth

23.4 m

Draft

5.5 m

Speed

23 knots

Passengers

410

Cars

375

Beds

331

Sisters

MS European Highlander

The European Causeway is a multi-purpose ferry that is owned and operated by the British ferry company P&O Ferries. She was built in 2000 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan for P&O and was placed on the same route she serves today, the route that links Cairnryan with Larne. She runs the route with her sister ship, the European Highlander, and bears some resemblance to the Stena Nordica. She is mainly a freight ferry, but she also carries passengers as well. She is the second largest P&O ferry on the Irish Sea, surpassed by her MS European Highlander by only six metres. Her current port of registry is Nassau, the Bahamas.

Trivia

The ferry can carry 410 passengers, which is very small compared to some ferries. Although it is used to carry freight quite a lot, it focuses mainly on passengers.

The children's play area is nothing much more than a small room with a TV and some toys in it.

For access to the Video Room you can only get in and out at the beginning and end of the crossing, so if you want some food you're better sitting in the bar or restaurant.

Features

This boat includes much the same features to the European Highlander. These include from front to back Poets Bar, Fables Restaurant, Toilets, Quiet Lounge, Shop, Childrens Room, Video Game Warp, Information Desk, Truckers Restaurant and TV Room.

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