Here you’ll find news, press releases and articles about NorthLink’s activities throughout the year! Check back often as it’ll be updated regularly!
On Thursday 9th February, NorthLink Ferries welcomed members of the Aberdeen City and Shire Hotel Association (ACSHA) along with others onto MV Hrossey for a trip to the Orkney Islands. Read on to find out the places they visited!
View videos about the NorthLink Ferries service to Orkney and Shetland here!
NorthLink Ferries’ is pleased to confirm the return of passenger vessel MV Hjaltland to service in time for Up Helly Aa following a scheduled dry dock period. The vessel will return to its timetabled service on Friday 27 January after receiving routine maintenance and various upgrades to the on board passenger areas.
NorthLink Ferries will be celebrating the day of Robert Burns' birth, the 25th January, with a delicious Burns Supper on board. You can also enjoy a complimentary nip of Glansa Whisky by Scapa to make your toast to the poet! We've compiled six fascinating facts you may not know about Robert Burns.
Find out all about Serco NorthLink Ferries, who operate three passenger vessels on the Orkney and Shetland routes and have offices in Aberdeen, Hatston, Kirkwall, Lerwick, Scrabster and Stromness.
NorthLink Ferries will operate an amended service on its Aberdeen to Kirkwall and Lerwick route during January 2017 due to passenger vessel MV Hjaltland entering a scheduled dry dock period.
The Aberdeen Christmas Classic event is a two day showcase of the best livestock in the country held at the ANM Thainstone Mart. This year it was held on Monday the 28th and Tuesday 29th of November and was sponsored by NorthLink Ferries.
NorthLink Ferries carry approximately 300,000 passengers a year and, as you can imagine, this generates a lot of waste! Read on to find out how NorthLink Ferries are working with One Stop Waste Solutions to divert 92% of all their waste from landfill!
On Wednesday 28th September 2016, NorthLink Ferries and Clyde Marine were invited to Harlaw Academy, a school based in the city centre of Aberdeen, to promote job opportunities with pupils.
RSPB Scotland has received a fundraising boost thanks to local ferry operator NorthLink Ferries. The company hosted a wildlife cruise as the grand finale of this year’s Orkney Nature Festival in May on board its vessel, MV Hamnavoe. The cruise was attended by more than 400 people and raised almost £2,700 for the wildlife charity’s work in Orkney.
NorthLink Ferries is set to open bookings for travel to and from the Northern Isles for next year from Saturday (1 October).