The Fastnet Line, which is due to launch its inaugural sailing to Swansea on March 1st next, has unveiled its upgraded and updated website, powered by Granite Consulting of Cork and Skibbereen.
Commenting on the website, Ann Cronin, Marketing Manager of Fastnet Line said: “The launch of the upgraded website is aimed at giving the Line a clean, professional look that reflects our product offering in a simple, to-the-point and attractive fashion.”
Conor Buckley (CEO) of Granite Consulting told us: “Our Company provides on-line marketing strategies that are guaranteed to increase sales for our clients, or we give them their money back!”
“Managing extensive Google advertising budgets on behalf of clients, they are assured of increased sales through the effective use of our services.Maximising Fastnet Line’s website will yield the results needed and ensure the continued influx of bookings for the Cork to Swansea route.”
Now open for bookings on www.fastnetline.com, this year-round service, which will carry passengers, cars, commercial freight, campers/caravans, bikes (and pets!) will run 6 nights a week, with additional sailings in high-season, i.e. July and August.
Sailing will be overnight departing Ringaskiddy, Cork, at 21.00 hours and arriving in Swansea at 07.00 a.m. next day.
With a capacity of 1860 passengers, 440 cars, 40 trucks/trailers, and 300 cabins (including 14 deluxe cabins), the MV Julia is well suited to the route and to the enjoyment of a mini-cruise en route to Swansea. With a number of bars and restaurants, an on-board cinema and retail space, a new children’s area, casino, kennels and extensive deck areas to enhance the experience, there is no doubt but that this route adds an exciting new option for consumers and businesses alike.