, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 16, 2008 -- Stena Line has announced their latest facility to help customers avoid the stress of flying with its lengthy check-in, baggage charges and lost luggage horror stories, in an effort to provide an altogether different experience onboard the Stena HSS.
Passengers travelling on the luxury Stena HSS from Belfast to Stranraer can look forward to a spot of pampering during their travel, as the leading ferry company has installed a New York City Nails treatment zone onboard.
Treatments on offer include a âManhattan Manicureâ and a âTreat and Tidyâ as well as neck and shoulder massages, to ensure passengers on the ferry to Belfast are truly relaxed when they reach their final destination.
Director of New York City Nails, Tiernan Lynch, is confident that this is just the start of what will be a perfect business marriage between two companies who are both forward-thinking in their trade initiatives and customer service driven in their desire to offer only the highest quality facilities to their clients.
âNew York City Nails are delighted to be partnering with Stena Line in this new venture. We are confident that with the introduction of a New York City Nail bar on board the HSS Stena Voyager that we can provide a further affordable luxury service. We hope that this will be the beginning of a long and mutually beneficial relationship for both our companies.â
Stena Lineâs head of onboard services, Stephen Bryden, welcomes the new facility which he believes will enable passengers to relax even more, âWe are delighted to be able to offer customers the opportunity to relax with a manicure or a massage when they travel with Stena Line. We are continuously looking for new ways to ensure we provide an enjoyable experience and there is no better way than a bit of pampering as you sail across the Irish Sea.â
About Stena Line
Stena Line is the market leader on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes from Ireland to Britain, including Belfast to Stranraer, Larne to Fleetwood, Dun Laoghaire and Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard. The ferry company carries over three million passengers on its Irish Sea routes each year, more than its rival operators combined. Stena Lineâs new VT4 Terminal in Belfast is opening on Wednesday 7th May and promises to cut journey times and provide easier access to the M2 motorway.