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SeaCat Isle of Man Sails The Triangle

Photographs  John H. Luxton 2003

In summer 2002 to 2004 the triangular service, first considered in the days before the withdrawal of duty free, finally became a reality at weekends. On Saturdays SEACAT ISLE OF MAN operated Douglas - Liverpool - Dublin - Douglas. On Sundays she operated the reverse of the route.
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SEACAT ISLE OF MAN arrives at Dublin on a Saturday afternoon sailing from Liverpool - July 2003. Viewed from Ulysses 21:05 sailingPassengers boarded SCIOM at berth 51a  when using the 17:30 Sunday departure to Liverpool.


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