Ferry firm to compensate stranded guests
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Stena Line 'will compensate' stranded ferry passengers

Passengers have spoken of their relief after docking in Wales almost 24 hours late because of a storm which left them stranded in the Irish Sea overnight.

The Stena Line ferry between Rosslare and Fishguard in Pembrokeshire was unable to dock on Monday with 87 passengers and 59 crew stuck onboard.

It was forced to sail to sheltered waters off the Llyn Peninsula in north Wales overnight.

Ian Davies, trade director for Stena Line, told BBC Wales' Matt Murray passengers would be compensated.

  • 22 Nov 2016
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