I have notice every time I have done a post about Stena Voyager, my pride and joy- the traffic on my side is going through the roof.
Yesterday I had 280 viewers in total on my last post about this magnificent craft – and today I have already 188 – the highest hourly viewing to today, 162. Had 528 visitors from UK today. Just amazing.
Of course is all down to the interest that is still out there – for the craft – even if it’s now on it’s last months of recycling.
Today all viewing the last two days has happen over Facebook – I want to say thank you to everyone – because it means that I haven’t done my posts for nothing.
There has always been a huge interest from Irish Ferries Enthusiasts – Thanks a million!
Because I’m so proud over being a part of the full journey of Stena Voyager and Stena Explorer, from they was only on paper and blueprint until they where both in traffic. Proud over the people that made this to such a fantastic success – such a pity that oil prices killed it all for the crafts and for us involved.
We couldn’t offer the the same outstanding speed as we did when the crude oil cost 25US$ per barrel and it wasn’t the same product anymore from our guests point of view.
Once again thank you so much for your interest in Stena Voyager – and I hope of all my heart that Stena Explorer will still have many seasons left.
I also know that the UK operation is going through a tough time now for the crews with big changes in contracts – and working conditions, you have so much to be proud over – you have been absolutely outstanding in all weathers and storms.
“Endings to be useful must be inconclusive.”
Samuel R. Delany
“Stena Voyager” at sea – image provided to and thanks to: Colin K. Work at pixstel.com