- published: 16 May 2014
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Initially an Asian craze, the ‘escape room’ business in Ireland appears to be booming at the moment. The latest addition to the sector was launched in Dublin yesterday afternoon – and its backers are hoping to stand out from their competitors by offering something a little different: Ireland’s first ‘escape boat’. “We’ve done a lot of research on escape rooms,” Ronan Brady of escapeboats.ie told TheJournal.ie at Dublin Port as he watched the soon-to-be-refitted Zorg Ella barge being lowered into the Liffey http://jrnl.ie/3189680 TheJournal.ie is an Irish news website that invites its users to shape the news agenda. Read, share and shape the day’s stories as they happen, from Ireland, the world and the web. Submit your clips to firstname.lastname@example.org Stay up to date with all of the latest...
For information & to buy tickets online see https://www.seat61.com/Ireland.htm A video guide to the journey from London Euston to Dublin, taking a train from London to Holyhead and the Irish Ferries ship 'Ulysses' from Holyhead to Dublin. London depart 09:10 (08:15 Sundays), Holyhead arrive 12:50, sail 14:20, Dublin arrive 17:25. London to Dublin costs £40 in advance, £45 on the day or when the £40 fares have sold out. Any day, any date, the price with either be £40 or £45, one or the other. That covers the train AND the ferry all on one ticket for one price. SailRail fares are available from any British station to Dublin or any Irish station, and it's zonally priced, so Canterbury, Brighton, Norwich or Dover to Dublin is also £40 or £45.
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Once you arrive on Ulysses, you're onboard the largest car ferry on the Irish Sea! The scale of this ship is truly impressive. There is so much to do from a walking tour of the ship to dining in style. See the benefits our Club Class lounge has to offer, relax, enjoy a complimentary snack and a drink whilst experiencing panoramic sea views.
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A small little video edit overlooking the beauty off dublin city from dublin port and the cruise ship that arrived into the dock for a day.
Castor and her sister ship, Pollux, are two ultra-modern patrol vessels now in service with the Belgian Navy. Built by the French ship builder Socarenam, they are used in the North Sea for surveillance, fishery patrols, SAR and anti-smuggling and counter-people trafficking operations. The ships are also used to deploy military EOD teams and police detachments as required. Each is 53.5 m long and has a displacement of 570 tons and is powered by an MTU diesel type16V4000M73L developing 2,880 kW (3,860 bhp). Maximum speed is 22 knots and maximum range is more than 4.500 miles at 12 knots. The vessels have a crew of 15 and can accommodate an additional 18 passengers. Each ship has a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure and is designed for ease of use, good seakeeping and low fuel consump...
The RV Celtic Explorer - the national platform for offshore Marine Research. The RV Celtic Explorer is 65.5m in length and accommodates 35 personnel, including 19-21 scientists. The Celtic Explorer is, in gross terms, six times the size of her sister vessel, the Celtic Voyager.
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