Stranded Irish Ferry will make third attempt to dock today
A Ferry carrying over one hundred people is to make second attempt to dock this afternoon after being stranded at sea over night
The Stenna Line ferry which left Rosslare Co.Wexford at 9am yesterday morning was due to dock in Fishguard, a Welsh port, at 12.30 pm however was unable to due to treacherous weather conditions.
— VesselFinder (@VesselFinder) November 22, 2016
This is all thanks to storm Angus which has brought chaotic weather to the UK which yesterday was lashed by heavy rain as Storm Angus caused flooding across many parts of the country.
Diane Pole, head of PR for Stena Line told RTE’s Morning Ireland: “Spirits are good among passengers, obviously very anxious to get to the dock.” As you would be after spending 24 hours on a boat!
A compensation policy was in place and “all the passengers will be well looked after”, she added.
We cannot think of anything worse!
ADD US ON SNAPCHAT!!!