This ship is no longer operated by Stena Line.
This guide is applicable only for when the ship was operated by Stena Line and this information should not be used as a guide for the ships current or future operations:
The Stena Nordica superferry can carry up to 400 passengers and offers a convenient and relaxing way to travel. On board there is a kid’s play area, a shop and a restaurant with bar and sea view. You can have a lovely dinner and drinks and above all enjoy your trip.
There's a range of 2 and 4 berth cabins available and are all fitted with shower, toilet, bed linen and towels. Stena Plus lounge features a range of comfortable seating. The Stena Plus option which can be pre-booked includes express boarding and disembarkation, or you may upgrade when onboard if space permits (lounge access only).
The Food City restaurant is located in the centre of the craft with ample seating nearby. Food City offers a range of tasty hot food options including fish & chips, steak pie, pasta and a selection of kids meals.
The C-View Bar is located at the front of the craft where there is plenty of seating and you can relax and watch the big screen tv! It also serves a range of continental beers and wines.
Passengers who travel in the Stena Plus Lounge can enjoy waiter service and choose from a premium menu which includes a range of speciality dishes and old favourites.
You can shop to your heart's content during the crossing in the Stena shop. Here you will find something for everyone; from lovely perfumes for women and men to Irish whiskeys and other liquors.
Free wi-fi is available onboard and there's also some internet kiosks. Entry to the onboard cinema is free too. Television screens are also dotted throughout the ship for your viewing pleasure.
The Curious George™ themed play area on the Stena Nordica provides a safe and fun environment for kids showing the popular “George” DVDs. There are memory blocks, colouring stations and chalk boards to keep kids occupied too.
Full mobility access is available with elevator access to all decks.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Stena Nordica guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
97% of our customers recommended this ship
While Stenaline sold us a big NO because every ferry would have been sold out for the same eveving and more than three days, Directline gave us immediate a ticket for the first ferry! Thank you very much! This differs us three days!
Reviewed by Johan who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Ferry Service to Rosslare "
Excellent service but would like more attractive deals and would travel more.
Reviewed by Kenneth who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
One more duty free shop would be great :) otherwise for trip of 3 hours there is everything to enjoy journey.
Reviewed by Mario who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Great! 2 small spoilers"
The online booking process could not have been easier. On my return trip, I felt two little "dampners" bothered, but I could have just been tired. I found the tone at check in a little too snappy despite no queue or time pressures. Food was excellent and fairly priced at sea, however a small cup of tea @ €2.5 seemed a misplaced profit area. ( price for a small pot as a thirst quencher..too picky?) Uniformed staff were fantastic, professional and welcoming. Really commendable! Thank you.
Reviewed by Clifford who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
Staff and crossing was great, the only down side was the lasagna served at dinner time was tepid, the food should have been hotter for service, should be 65 degrees this certainly was not
Reviewed by Tom who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Recent trip to Ireland "
Travelled by motorbike. On and off was fast and efficient, and on both journeys a staff member secured my bike for me. Fantastic as I always struggle with doing that myself. Ferry was clean and comfortable. I had a hot meal going and just a sandwich and coffee on the return trip. Not great but OK and reasonably priced. Looking forward to my next trip. Many thanks. Jeff
Reviewed by Jeff who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
Went for the premium level, excellent staff friendly very helpful, no delays very efficient great experience would recommend to family and friends
Reviewed by Derek who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Easy to cross from Wales to Ireland"
Our trip from Fishguard to Rosslare was easy and comfortable with no worries.
Reviewed by Raylene who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Trip to Ireland for a wedding"
We booked the 13.10 out and the 8am return. The sailing booking, instructions and car loading were all very efficient. We booked a 4 berth cabin both ways which was excellent. We had coffee/tea and did a little shopping. The crossings were very stable and the staff friendly.
Reviewed by Edward who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
Was a great trip. Recommend the little upgrades like priority boarding if you have a car and access to the lounge.
Reviewed by Yvonne who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Ireland to Wales"
Reviewed by Gordon who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Rosslare to Fishguard Stena crossing"
Great facilities, no issues at all and staff very helpful, many thanks.
Reviewed by Bradley Quirk who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Great first experience"
Comfortable, clean easy ferry crossing. Left a later than expected both there and return but still got to destination bang on time. Can't comment on the quality of catering but everyone was purchasing it and portion sizes looked generous. Would definitely travel with you again.
Reviewed by Bryony who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
Whilst the ferry was smaller as the main one was being remitted, it was fine. Although we departed late, and the initial crossing was a bit rough, we arrived earlier than scheduled. The staff were very helpful. The text sent en route route giving departure details was useful.
Reviewed by Anthony who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Excellent Service by Stena Line"
A fantastic service operated by Stena Line between Fishguard and Rosslare. The staff at both ports were friendly and helpful. The Fishguard cafe was clean and reasonably priced. On board the crew were helpful, the basic facilities were considerably better than you would receive on Channel crossing ferries and the customns staff were helpful. Highly recommended way the visit Southern Ireland.
Reviewed by Duncan who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"Liverpool - Befast Ferry"
Very good service, comfortable cabin and would definately use the same service again
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
Very good all round service.
Reviewed by Joseph who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"OUR FERRY TRIP TO DUBLIN"
Our transport to Dublin was a tale with too halves! We have not travelled by ferry for a number of years and we were very impressed on our way out to Dublin. We had upgrade to the Stena Plus Lounge and we were so pleased we did. The service was excellent and the snacks, drink and menu on offer were very good but the most pleasant thing was the surroundings - the seating, space and location of the lounge was outstanding, the crossing was very choppy but the comfortable seating area really helped to relax and enjoy the journey. Coming back was not quite the same! The lounge on the return, was old, cramped and uncomfortable. The seating area was laid out so most people had to sit looking at strangers. Some areas were reserved - obviously people had experienced this ferry before and did not want to go through the trauma of not being able to find a suitable seat again! The service, snacks and drink were still OK but we were so surprised how two ferries could be so different when supplied by the same company.
Reviewed by Nicci who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
The return trips were pleasant. I thought it unusual that only the outward journey to Ireland had a security check for luggage. I arrived slightly late to embark at Holyhead but was rushed through in an efficient manner. The ships facilities on both journeys were good. Decent films to view. Internet access was so slow that I couldn't use my iPad. However both journeys were very comfortable and on time.
Reviewed by Peter who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica
"STENA SUPREME WITH DIRECT FERRIES"
If you're shopping around for a decent price ferry from the UK to Ireland - look no further than Stena Line and I cannot possibly think you'd find a more economical route elsewhere. I've been travelling to Ireland to fish an annual competition every year for nearly thirty years now and have to say I'd be extremely surprised if you found a better price anywhere than what Direct Ferries organised for me. I've just been given the dates for next years competition and my first port of call - "Direct Ferries".
Reviewed by Big Jim who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Nordica