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  • Increased Capacity Between Zeebrugge and Santander
    Increased Capacity Between Zeebrugge and Santander
    CLdN introduced VALENTINE and CELANDINE on the Zeebrugge – Santander service, adding almost 40% to the total capacity between these two ports.
  • MV Mazarine
    New direct services between Spain, the UK and Ireland

    A bold move in the midst of a crisis from short sea freight operator CLdN has been announced, starting the first pure Ro-Ro service in a triangle trade between Santander (ES), Liverpool (UK) and Dublin (IE). With effect from week 25 2020, CLdN will operate one sailing per week from Santander to Liverpool, followed by calling Dublin. The schedule has been created very agile, enabling the vessel to make additional Landbridge calls between Liverpool and Dublin before returning to Santander.

  • Leaving the Port of Cork
    Port of Cork Welcomes New CLdN Service
    As from April 24, CLdN will operate three sailings per week, up from two presently, on the Zeebrugge – Dublin service and in addition, will create a new roro service operating one round trip a week between Zeebrugge and Cork.
  • New-builds in shipyard
    Embarking on phase 3 of new-built programme

    CLdN is poised to welcome the arrival of the fourth 5400 lane meter vessel of the series, the MV Hermine, into the fleet ending her maiden voyage in Zeebrugge on the 4th October 2019. This being the sixth vessel added since the new build strategy was announced in 2016, with a target to introduce twelve new vessels in subsequent years overall.