Islander Prize Draw

Islander Online Booking Prize Draw

Since October 2014, NorthLink Ferries have been offering a prize draw for Islanders who book online. Simply make a booking at www.northlinkferries.co.uk using your Islander ID and you’ll be automatically entered into the draw (drawn monthly) to win £100 worth of NorthLink Ferries Gift Vouchers!

Below you’ll see some pictures of our winners. If you’d like to enter but have forgotten your ID for online booking, simply visit the Forgotten ID webpage, fill out the form and we’ll send it out to you!

May Online Prize Draw

Tracy Linklater and Jayne Groundwater presented Jeffrey Dearness, May’s winner with a £100 NorthLink Ferries voucher

Lena Pottinger and Emma

Emma Monaghan presented Lena Pottinger, January’s winner with a £100 NorthLink Ferries voucher

Islander Online Booking Prize Draw December

Michelle Miller presented Alan Eunson from Kirkwall, November’s winner with £100 of NorthLink Ferries vouchers

Islander Online Booking Prize Draw November

James Linklater presented Andrew McGowan, November’s winner, with £100 worth of NorthLink Ferries vouchers in Stromness

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