Travelling to Ireland by Sea

From the National Museums Northern Ireland Collection

The island of Ireland has six main ferryports - Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Larne and Rosslare.

From which, you can bring your car or go as a foot passenger, below are some of the main routes from Britain to Ireland:

Sea Routes

Cairnryan Larne P&O Irish Sea Express 1hr
      Superferry 1hr 45mins
Fishguard Rosslare  Stena Line  Stena Express 2hrs
      Superferry 3hrs 30mins
Fleetwood Larne Stena Line Superferry 8hrs
Holyhead Dublin Irish Ferries Cruise Ferry 3hrs 15mins
    Irish Ferries Dublin Swift 1hr 49mins
    Stena Line Superferry 3hrs 15mins
  Dun Laoghaire Stena Line HSS Fast Craft 2hrs
Isle of Man Belfast Steam Packet Company Fastcraft 2hrs 55mins
  Dublin Steam Packet Company Fastcraft 2hrs 55mins
Liverpool Dublin P&O  Irish Sea Irish Sea Ferry 7hrs 30mins
Dublin Norfolkline Ferry 7hrs
  Belfast Norfolkline Ferry 8hrs
Pembroke Rosslare Irish Ferries Cruise Ferry 3hrs 45mins
Swansea Cork Fastnet Line Ltd Cruise Ferry 10hrs
Troon* Larne P&O Irish Sea Fastsraft 1hr 49mins

*Mar - Oct.

Ferry Operators Contact Details

Fastnet Line Ltd 0844 544 3323
Irish Ferries 08717 300 400
Norfolkline 0844 499 0007
P&O Irish Sea 0871 66 44 999
Steam Packet Company 0871 222 1 333
Stena Line 08705 70 70 70
Want someone else to arrange it for you?....visit the Discover Ireland website to view a range of all Tour Operators

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