I've just booked this trip (via Dublin - I like to take my time!). I wanted to travel on the 'Swift' out of Holyhead and had a choice of two tickets: a) Sailrail 'advance' at £54 b) Sailrail 'standby' at £59 When I booked this (on VT West Coast) the conditions for the advance ticket are compulsory reservations for all reservable parts of the journey but the standby has more flexibility - only the ferry needs a reservation. I prefer the flexibility - so have always booked the standby, even though it costs £5 more. I've got my ticket and it has a restriction code of '6J'. According to brfares.com, 'Reservations are compulsory on all legs.' How can that be correct? Is the wording on the page meant to imply that 'all legs' apply to the ferry part only? The whole point of the standby ticket is that it can be bought on the day of travel. No reservations on trains would normally be possible in that case. What's happened? Is are the wording wrong? I'm a little perplexed and confused. Advice please!