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Due to the wet and windy conditions caused by Storm Barbara, a number of ferry services have been delayed.
The Stena Line service which runs from Cairnryan in Stranraer to Belfast is experiencing delays of up to 45 minutes:
Winter Storm Barbara has arrived and the UK is experiencing extremely wet and windy conditions. Unfortunately this is causing disruption to some of our scheduled sailings today (Friday 23rd December) and could possibly cause further disruption tomorrow too.
According to their website, PNO ferry operators, which sails from Cairnryan to Larne in Northern Ireland, are operating as normal.
The Windermere ferry will be taken out of service today for a major re-fit and inspection.
Mallard carries cars and passengers across England's longest lake between Bowness and Far Sawrey.
The work will cost around £300,000 and will involve rebuilding the engines and servicing all hydraulic, mechanical and electrical systems on the ferry.
It is due to be back in service by the end of May.
Police have called off the search operation in Belfast Lough which began yesterday evening after a report that a baby had gone into the water with a woman who was later rescued.
Following an extensive search operation involving several agencies and volunteers and after enquiries with the 37 year old woman and her family, police now understand the report of a baby going into the water was incorrect.
Police do not believe there was a baby in the woman's care on the ferry. The woman, who is from Belfast, remains in a stable condition in hospital. Police enquiries are continuing.
Police and coastguard have called off the search for a baby that fell into the sea with a woman. The police have said they now believe there was no baby on board the ferry.
Conditions are difficult along the shore line because it's quite heavy underfoot and the sea spray is hampering the search on the water.The mood among the rescuers has been described as despondent