What are the ferry routes to Ireland?
- Belfast – Cairnryan.
- Belfast – Liverpool.
- Cherbourg – Rosslare.
- Cairnryan – Belfast.
- Dublin – Holyhead.
- Fishguard – Rosslare.
- Frederikshavn – Gothenburg.
- Gdynia – Karlskrona.
Can you ferry from UK to Ireland?
Ferries to Ireland
There are several ferry options for travelling between the UK and the island of Ireland: you can choose a fast ferry or slow ferry, travel by foot or as a car passenger to Dublin, Cork and Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland, or Larne and Belfast in Northern Ireland.
What ferries go to Dublin from UK?
There are currently 4 routes offered to Dublin ferry port by 4 different ferry operators, coming from: Liverpool in England with P&O ferries, Holyhead in Wales with Stena Line and Irish Ferries, Douglas on the Isle of Man with Steam Packet and Cherbourg in France with Irish Ferries.
What Ferries go from Wales to Ireland?
Ferries from Wales to Northern Ireland
- Fishguard Rosslare Ferry.
- Pembroke Rosslare Ferry.
- Holyhead Dublin Ferry.
- Holyhead Belfast Ferry.
Which is the quickest ferry crossing to Ireland?
Ferry from Wales to Ireland
Travel by ferry from Holyhead to Dublin, with crossings four times a day and get away the easy way to Ireland. Enjoy the best experience on the Irish Sea onboard the Stena Adventurer or Stena Estrid superferries travelling from Holyhead to Dublin in only 3 hours and 15 minutes.
Can you take a boat from Scotland to Ireland?
Scotland to Belfast Ferry
Travel on the biggest ferries ever to sail between Scotland and Northern Ireland, Stena Superfast VII and Stena Superfast VIII. These sister ships travel from Cairnryan to Belfast 6 times daily in a crossing time from only 2 hours 15 minutes so you can travel when it suits you.
Can you get a ferry from Scotland to Dublin?
About P&O Irish Sea
With P&O Irish Sea Ferries, you can sail between England and the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Can I drive from Belfast to Dublin?
The direct drive from Dublin to Belfast is 105 mi (169 km), and should have a drive time of 1 hr 46 mins in normal traffic.
Do you need a passport to go to Ireland by ferry?
Passports and Identification. Ireland / Britain routes: Irish Ferries recommends all passengers bring a passport with them. Irish and British citizens do not strictly require a passport to travel between the two countries, but some form of (photo) identification is however required.
Can u drive from London to Dublin?
The United Kingdom and Ireland are separated by the Irish Sea so flying between the two capitals is the only direct option for travel between London and Dublin. Any route that involves a car, bus, or train, will also require a journey by ferry, which slows the travel time down significantly.
Are ferries from Holyhead to Dublin still running?
The Holyhead Dublin ferry route connects Wales with Ireland and is currently operated by two ferry companies: Irish Ferries and Stena Line. Both services run up to four times per day with a sailing duration of 3 hr 15 min.
Is the crossing from Holyhead to Dublin rough?
Not rough at all if you take one of the Ships, The fast Cats can be a bit bumpy but nothing too bad (or they don’t sail). From Lincoln you would probably be looking a flights from East Midlands or Stansted which both have a selection of flights to Irish Airports. The HSS is locally known as the ‘hope she sails’!
Is there a ferry from Cardiff to Ireland?
There is no direct connection from Cardiff to Dublin. However, you can take the train to Holyhead, take the walk to Holyhead, then take the car ferry to Dublin. Alternatively, you can take the drive to Holyhead then take the car ferry to Dublin.
Are Ferries going to Ireland?
Irish Ferries, Stena Line, P&O Ferries and Brittany Ferries offer connections with the ferry to Ireland between these destinations. One of the most popular routes of the ferry to Ireland is the ferry from Ireland to Holyhead, taking roughly 2 hours 15 minutes when choosing between 4 sailings daily with Irish Ferries.
Is there a ferry from Wales to Northern Ireland?
With a choice of 4 ferry routes on the Irish Sea, taking the ferry to Ireland has never been easier! Sail direct from Wales to Ireland on our Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare routes or take a ferry to Northern Ireland on our Cairnryan to Belfast or Liverpool to Belfast routes.