Passengers 'in limbo' amid confusion over sailings

  • Passengers 'in limbo' amid confusion over sailings

     

     

    People hoping to travel on P&O Ferries' Larne-Cairnryan service this week have been expressing frustration at a lack of clarity over sailings.

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    The European Causeway was held in Larne by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency last month over safety concerns, after P&O sacked 800 of its workers.

    On Sunday, P&O tweeted that it expected the route to resume later this week.

    On Monday, it said the ship was running on a "full, normal schedule" - but few passengers were aboard.

    A spokesperson said the vessel was "carrying both freight and tourists", but passengers have expressed confusion about the ferry schedule ahead of the Easter holiday.

    Normally a busy hub for travellers and freight goods, Larne Port was quiet on Monday afternoon.

    A few lorries and trucks drove off the P&O ferry European Causeway which docked at 14:00 BST from Cairnryan, but there were no cars and only three foot passengers.

    There was general confusion about which services were running. One passenger, who didn't want to be identified, said he wasn't sure if services were back to normal.