Deck 11, car ferry Ulysses

Named after the novel by Irish writer James Joyce, the 50,000-tonne car ferry MV Ulysses has served the Dublin-Holyhead route for Irish Ferries since 2001.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Uploaded: 21/04/2014
Updated: 23/04/2014


Tags: car ferry; ulysses; holyhead; dublin; irish sea; ship; irish ferries
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