01 February 2010
Entee Global Services is very pleased to announce that Fastnet Line have selected WebRes as their ferry reservation system. The agreement will allow Fastnet Line to take advantage of the world's leading solution for ferry company technology.
Fastnet Line's core objective is to operate a profitable ferry service. The company wants to build a top class team who will make the Cork to Swansea ferry service a reality. In choosing WebRes ferry reservation system they have given themselves a very good start.
The service expects to enjoy strong demand from both tourist and freight customers on both sides of the Irish Sea. Fastnet Line believes that it will contribute greatly to the development and promotion of tourism in the south and sustain more than 1000 jobs. The service is worth more than ?50 million annually to the local economy.
Tom Barrett, CEO of Fastnet Line says, "Today marks another important step towards our first sailing between Cork & Swansea on 1st March 2010. Since the start of 2009, funds have been raised, a ship purchased and now today, our 8,700 pre-registered passengers and many more, can book their preferred sailing dates. We look forward to welcoming them aboard our fantastic ship and providing a relaxing and efficient route between the South West of Ireland and the UK".
Fastnet aims to create a flagship service that will showcase what's best about the South West of Ireland, and the service will be marketed to also grow tourism and employment. The revival of the route will facilitate trade between the southwest of Ireland and Wales UK and Fastnet a very focused on the long term viability of the business.
For more information please visit Fastnet Line.