European Causeway

The European Causeway entered service in 2000 replacing the Pride of Rathlin.

Specifically designed for our Cairnryan to Larne route, she has not operated elsewhere and has only been taken out of service if she needs a refit.

We recently asked passengers what they wanted from our Irish Sea ships. As a result, £20m has been invested, with European Causeway getting a makeover in 2013.

The ship now features a more comfortable seating area, refurbished restaurants, a new menu and an all-new Club Lounge for those who want a little extra luxury on board.


Deck plan

  • The terminal is all on one level and there are wide walkways for wheelchair users.

  • A caddy car (to take passengers on board) and wheelchairs are available at the terminal on request.

  • If you’re in a car and need to be parked close to a lift, please let us know before departure.

  • A limited number of wheelchairs are available for use on board.

  • On board lifts and shopping and dining areas are wheelchair friendly.

  • Disabled toilets can be found on the passenger deck.

At your destination point
  • If you’ve used an on board wheelchair, staff will collect it from you when you leave.

  • If you need extra help at your destination port, please let us know.

  • You can contact us by emailing our customer service team on: to check before you travel.




Japan, 2010




Gross tonnage

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