Status Yellow - Wind warning for Ireland
- Storms Dudley and Eunice hit Ireland in the coming days
- Potential for severe winds across the entire country
- Two storms are set to cause some disruption across the country
The Government has warned of severe weather - including damaging winds, flooding and snow - as Storms Dudley and Eunice hit Ireland in the coming days. A Yellow weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann for the entire country from noon today until noon tomorrow, Thursday.
As a result, we anticipate possible disruption to shipping schedules in the coming days. We may also experience delays to roadfreight collections and deliveries due to hazardous driving conditions, high winds, damaging gusts and possible snowfall. Please be assured that we will be monitoring the situation very closely and we will do our level best to keep disruptions to a minimum. For live up to date information please visit https://www.met.ie/warnings/today
To date we have been advised of the following; (as at 11:30am 16.02.22)
Stena Line Belfast / Cairnryan
The next scheduled sailings from Belfast & Cairnryan is 15:30.
These departures will not be confirmed until a review of the sea conditions due at 12:00.
Stena Line Belfast / Birkenhead
Today’s 15:15 sailing from Belfast to Birkenhead has been cancelled.
Tonight’s 22:30 sailings & Thursday’s 10:30 sailings are expected to sail.
Stena Line Dublin / Holyhead
Today’s 14:45 sailing & Thursday’s 02:15 sailings from Dublin to Holyhead are cancelled.
The 20:30 sailing tonight from Dublin & Thursday’s 08:15 sailing are both expected to sail.
Tonight’s 20:30 sailing from Holyhead – Dublin & Thursday’s 09:00 sailing are both cancelled.
P&O Larne / Cairnryan
All sailings from 12:00 today are cancelled until further notice.
Please note the anticipated sailings are subject to delay which will become clearer only nearer to the respective departure times.
Sailings to France / Europe
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