Page 5, 7th January 1977

7th January 1977
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Page 5, 7th January 1977 — Next time Joe Lynch sails B+I to Ireland he could be i33 better off.
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Next time Joe Lynch sails B+I to Ireland he could be i33 better off.

"I've been sailing B+I to Ireland for 10 years,but I've never seen a fare deal like this"

"From January 9th B+ I's new economy fares are up to 38% lower than last year's fares!

With the car, the wife and two kids, I can save over £33 on the return fare. Four adults and a car, and you can save over £45.

And that's every day of the year, except for the mid-summer peak.

How's that for beating inflation?

And B+I have special mid-summer reductions, too:"

"The mid-summer Family Fare. Take the kids for free"

"This new Family Fare is a great idea. If you're taking the family from Liverpool to Dublin this summer (July 12th to September 12th), just pay the standard £93 return fare for a car and two adults, and the kids go for free — up to five of them.

All you have to do is travel day-time on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

And there's the mid-summer Wednesday Special on daylight LiverpoolDublin sailings. You can take the car and up to four , adults and you save more than £30 to spend while you're over there:'

"Liverpool to Dublin, Swansea to Cork-and even the driving is easy"

"The last thing I want when I'm going on holiday is a load of complications, but with B+ I, it's simple.

B+I sail from Liverpool to Dublin' and from Swansea to Cork.

Whichever port you're headed for, the driving is easy. Straight down the motorway — next stop Ireland.

If you're travelling without a car, there are rail and special coach services connecting with B+1 Ships — and all B+I economy fares are pegged at I 976 prices:'

"They look after you so well, you feel as though you're already in Ireland"

"Making you feel instantly at home seems to be an Irish speciality —or perhaps it's a B+I speciality.

There are comfortable cabins, restaurants and bars, good food, good drink and plenty of good Irish hospitality.

In fact, before you've had time to wonder how close you are to Ireland, you've arrived':




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