The Clipper Group-owned ferry company Seatruck Ferries provides a well-established ro-ro route structure on the Irish Sea.
Seatruck specializes in the movement of unaccompanied trailers – an efficient and environmentally friendly approach, which allows customers to make more use of both equipment and drivers. Seatruck’s high-frequency routes between strategic ports reduce road mileage and vehicle wear compared to traditional short-sea crossings.
Customers have voted Seatruck ‘Irish Sea Shipping Line of the Year’ several times, proving the company’s ability to deliver fast, reliable, and flexible services.
Customers have voted Seatruck ‘Irish Sea Shipping Line of the Year’ several times, proving the company’s ability to deliver fast, reliable, and flexible services.Visit Seatruck here
Seatruck moves all types of traffic including hazardous, refrigerated, and abnormal loads. Seatruck provides freight-only services to professional customers, and its services are unaffected by the usual peak demands of passengers or cars, impacting traditional ferry routes.
Seatruck Ferries was established in 1996 to meet the Irish Sea transportation needs of the haulage industry. It started with just one vessel. Today, Seatruck Ferries owns several high-speed, purpose-built vessels. Seatruck’s growth picked up after Clipper Group acquired the company in 2002.
Headquartered in the Port of Heysham (England), Seatruck Ferries has ferry terminals in Dublin (Ireland), Warrenpoint (Northern Ireland), Liverpool (England) and Heysham. All terminals are ideally located with easy access to infrastructure.
CEO of Seatruck Ferries is Alistair Eagles, who joined the Company in 1996.