Holiday makers hoping to take their car with them whilst they travel to Spain this summer will be boosted by the news that Ireland’s first ferry service to the country will be operational from today onwards.
In a move that is expected to be mainly successful, Brittany Ferries say the new Cork to Santander route will be operational twice a week throughout the summer.
Those wishing to make the 26 hour long trip will be boarding the MV Connemara which has the capacity to 500 passengers and 195 cars.
It is expected that the new route will remain in service for the next two years as the company look to offer a better service to Irish holidaymakers.
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