(Photo above shows the Seatruck Precision arriving at Warrenpoint Port last month.) Every year, thousands of businesses transport their goods across the Irish Sea via Warrenpoint Port. Here’s why: More than ‘just’ a port Businesses looking to transport goods unaccompanied...
Seatruck Precision vessel arriving at Warrenpoint Port

Alistair Eagles
I would like to provide you with an update on the Seatruck Ferries service. In order to keep our supply chain moving it is important that we protect...
23 Mar 2020

Dear Customer The coronavirus (COVID-19) has the potential to significantly impact the Irish Sea supply chains. As Governments step up their...
12 Mar 2020

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Warrenpoint Harbour are carrying out repairs to the surface of the main entrance road to the Harbour on Saturday 25th January. There will be no...
22 Jan 2020

Seatruck Brexit Update
As you are aware the UK is due to leave the European Union on 31 January 2020. The UK and EU will then enter a transition period, currently set at 31...
16 Jan 2020

Seatruck Warrenpoint Christmas Jumper Day 2019
This year’s annual Christmas Jumper day in Warrenpoint was in aid of Kayden’s Journey. Little Kayden Mc Keown aged just 5 years old from Mayobridge...
18 Dec 2019

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Given the growing concern that open loop scrubbers simply divert sulphur from the air to the sea, I wonder if there will be a complete ban in years...
12 Nov 2019

From 1st January 2020, Seatruck Ferries will have to comply with new regulations regarding the limits for sulphur in the main engine fuel that we use...
4 Oct 2019

In part one of our exploration of the iconic city, we focus on Liverpool’s historic maritime landmarks…  Royal Albert Dock Designed by Jesse Hartley...
19 Sep 2019

As Seatruck operate from tidal ports, we thought it would help to try and explain just how this could affect your departure times. Tides are the...
25 Jun 2019

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