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New Weekly Car Import Service to Rosslare Europort Operated by Neptune Lines

4th April 2017
MV Neptune Dynamis, which begins a weekly schedule calling at Rosslare Europort from this Saturday , 8th April MV Neptune Dynamis, which begins a weekly schedule calling at Rosslare Europort from this Saturday , 8th April Photo: Neptune Lines

#NewService - A new weekly shipping service to Rosslare Europort begins this Saturday 8th April which is to be operated by Greek based Neptune Lines.

At 07.30hrs on Saturday, the MV Neptune Dynamis (built 2002) will arrive at the Europort, carrying import Renault and Peugeot vehicles, as well as Dacia, which have not previously been imported through Rosslare Europort.

The service is scheduled to operate weekly between Santander, Le Havre, Southampton and Rosslare Europort, calling at Rosslare on Saturday mornings, and departing in the afternoon.

The 158.5 metre-long vessel has capacity for up to 1,800 vehicles, and is one of 16 vessels operated by Neptune Lines that includes Neptune Aegli (see chartered to P&O Ferries). 

John Lynch, General Manager of Rosslare Europort welcomed the new scheduled service, saying “we look forward to the arrival of the Dynamis this Saturday, and to working with Neptune Lines to support them in ensuring the success of this new service.”

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Jehan Ashmore

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Jehan Ashmore is a marine correspondent, researcher and photographer, specialising in Irish ports, shipping and the ferry sector serving the UK and directly to mainland Europe. Jehan also occasionally writes a column, 'Maritime' Dalkey for the (Dalkey Community Council Newsletter) in addition to contributing to UK marine periodicals. 

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