Stena Line targets business market

22nd Oct 2007

Stena Line has launched plans to attract the
international business traveler by offering business travellers a ‘smarter
way to travel to Holland’ with Stena Line’s Harwich to Hook of Holland ferry
service. Stena Line Ferries have announced they are looking to fill what they see as
a previously overlooked gap in the international travel market and believe
they have the answer.  To this end Stena are offering what they feel is the
ideal travel solution for both business travellers from East Anglia and
busy city workers travelling to Holland, with the Dutchflyer ticket which
allows them to take the regular train service from a variety of locations
such as London Liverpool Street to Harwich Port, in just over ninety
minutes, where passengers can transfer over to the ferry.

Travelling with Stena Line offers business travellers the chance to quickly
and easily set off after a day in the office, and still be able to do their
work on the ship in the comfort and quiet of the WiFi enabled Stena Plus
lounge. Business travellers will also be able to get a good night’s sleep
before waking up in Holland feeling refreshed and relaxed, having avoided
the stress of busy airport terminals and long check-in queues.

The Dutchflyer ticket provides travellers with transport to many major
Dutch cities including Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague making it ideal
for business meeting arrangements.

The newly refurbished Stena Hollandica and Stena Britannica boast onboard
facilities that provide business travellers to Holland with useful
amenities such as WiFi - so that it is easy to check e-mails and access the

The Stena Plus lounge allows passengers to work in a quiet and calm
environment with the added bonus of complimentary hot and cold beverages
and light snacks. Or travellers can put business to one side for a while
and take some time to relax with the newspapers and magazines on offer.


Those looking for ultimate privacy can book one of the newly-refurbished
cabins. In the Captain Class Cabins there is a high quality Dux Mattress
with a comfortable Quadro bedspread as well as the free WiFi internet
access and a bureau with a writing case for additional notemaking. Plus the
rooms boast a flat screen television for passenger use in order to take
time out and relax. The complimentary mini bar also comprises a quarter
Piper Heidsieck Champagne, bottles of mineral water, soft drinks, wine,
beer and snacks.

Peckish passengers needn’t go hungry as they can eat at one of several
onboard eateries and those travelling on the overnight service can enjoy a
complimentary breakfast enabling them to arrive fresh and ready to get on
with business upon arrival in Holland.


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