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Daling Ferry to the Irish Sea | Bus magazine

En route from the Gulf of Finland to the Irish Sea. Photo: Dalink Group.

Tallink Grupp chartered one of its vessels on a long-term offtrawl. Dalingin Star, which has operated the Helsinki-Tallinn route since 2007, has been chartered to the Irish Continental Group since 5 May. The ship operates between Ireland and Great Britain.

The lease will be for 20 months, with an extension of 2+2 years, including an option to purchase, without the employees of Dalink Group. For more than a decade, the shuttle Star has been plying the route between the two capitals. Together with the company’s subsequent shuttle ships Superstar, Megastar and Mystar in the Gulf of Finland.

– Vii has been looking for replacements for our ship Star for some time now, and even more so as last year approaches the arrival of our new shuttle ship MyStar. There has been a lot of interest over the years and I am delighted that we have now secured a good deal for him with Irish Continental Group plc. This type of alternative business for our ships has been a good solution that strengthens both. Our company is coming back after a long period of crisis,” says Bao Nejin, CEO of Dalink Group.

The last Star departure between Helsinki and Tallinn will be on the evening of May 1, 2023.

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