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Book from a choice of 8 ferry operators offering ferries to and from Ireland including crossings from top ferry operators such as P&O Irish Sea, Irish Ferries and Stena Line. To book your Ferry to or from Ireland simply select your outward & return routes, then the number of passengers and click the get price button. You will then be taken to the date selection page where you can obtain your personalised ferry ticket quote.

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Book Ferries between Ireland and various ports at 4 popular destinations, England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man. Below is a detailed description of all ferry services on offer from all 8 ferry operators offering Ferry routes to and from Ireland.

With such a wide choice of ferry routes to and from Ireland you really are spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding on which service to use. On this page you will find detailed information on all the ferry operators serving Ireland including route details and the type of ferry service on offer. We hope this helps you in choosing your perfect Irish Ferry Crossing.

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Ireland Ferry Information - Information on Irish Ferry Operators and Routes

Irish Ferries

Irish Ferry Tickets

Dublin - Holyhead - Choose to travel by fast ferry or standard cruise ferry. Irish Ferries offer their 30 minute check in on this service. The Speed ferry (Dublin Swift) service takes around 1 hour and 50 minutes where as the conventional ferry (Ulysses) takes 3 hours and 15 minutes. Up to 4 crossings a day.

Rosslare - Pembroke - This route also offers the 30 minute check in service. Cruise onboard Isle of Inishmore vessel in 3 hours and 45 minutes. Irish Ferries offer 2 crossings a day on this route.

Rosslare - Cherbourg - One hour check in for this longer distance journey onboard the luxurious Oscar Wilde. the journey takes 18 hours and 30 minutes and there are 3 crossings a week from Irish Ferries.

Rosslare - Roscoff - This route is also onboard the luxurious Oscar Wilde. 1 hour check in for this service which has a crossing time of 17 hours and 30 minutes. This service runs once a week.

Irish Ferries operates on the Dublin Port (North Wall) - Holyhead route, and from Rosslare Europort to Roscoff, Cherbourg, and Pembroke. MS Oscar Wilde operates between Rosslare Europort - Cherbourg and Roscoff. She entered service in December 2007 on the Dublin - Holyhead line, then the Rosslare - Pembroke Dock and finally to her selected route, Rosslare - Cherbourg and Roscoff.

Irish Ferries currently run 4 vessels;

MS Isle of Inishmore - Rosslare—Pembroke.
HSC Swift - Dublin—Holyhead.
MS Ulysses - Dublin—Holyhead (The world's largest ferry in terms of car-carrying capacity)
MS Oscar Wilde - Cherbourg and Roscoff

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P&O Irish Sea

Larne - Cairnryan - P&O offer up to 8 departures on week days and up to 6 departures on weekends between Cairnryan and Larne. Crossing time is around one hour and 45 minutes depending on conditions.

Larne - Troon - P&O Currently only offer the route between Larne and Troon during the Summer Months. During this period 2 crossings are available per day, again with an average crossing time of one hour and 45 minutes.

P&O Irish Ferry
P&O Irish Sea Ferries

Dublin - Liverpool - Conventional ferries (year round) - Get the ferry direct from two of Europe's most popular cities, Dublin and Liverpool. P&O offer this ferry crossing 12 times a week with an average sailing time of 8 hours depending on conditions.

P&O Irish Sea was formed in 1998 following the merger of the Cairnryan based services of P&O European Ferries (Felixstowe Ltd.) and Pandoro Ltd, who operated routes between England, Scotland and France to Ireland.

The following year (1999), the new P&O Irish Sea announced its intentions to purchase a purpose built Ro-Pax (roll-on, roll-off, vehicle/passenger) from Mitsubishi of Japan for the Liverpool to Dublin route. This would see the transfer of the European Leader to the Fleetwood route.

In 2004 P&O closed its Fleetwood - Larne services with a sale of all interests to the Swedish Stena Line group. Information on Stena Line can be found below.

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Stena Line Irish Ferry Routes

Stena Line Ferry Tickets

Rosslare - Fishguard - Stena Line offer both a conventional and a high speed ferry service between Rosslare and Fishguard. Stena Lines' Superferry crossing time takes around 3 and a half hours where as the Express crossing time takes around 2 hours. Vessel include Stena Europe and Stena Lynx III.

Dublin - Holyhead - Stena Line offer a standard ferry service for the Dublin Holyhead route. (A high speed service is offered by Irish Ferries). This service is for passengers traveling with vehicles only. Crossing time is around 3 hours and 15 minutes.

Dun Laoghaire - Holyhead - Stena Line offer a high speed service between Dun Laoghaire and Holyhead with each crossing taking just under an hour and 45 minutes.

Stena Line was founded in, and is still operated from, Gothenburg, Sweden by Sten A. Olsson when he acquired Skagenlinjen between Gothenburg, Sweden and Fredrikshavn, Denmark in 1962.

Stena Line is one of the world's largest ferry operators, with ferry services serving Ireland and many other European countries. Stena Line doubled in size in 1990 with the acquisition of Sealink British Ferries from Sea Containers Ltd. This first became Sealink Stena Line, then Stena Sealink Line and finally Stena Line (UK), which now operates all of Stena's ferry services between Great Britain and Ireland. Stena Line has moved its Belfast Terminal from Albert Quay to the new VT4 during May 2008. This has reduced the length of the crossing to Stranraer by 10 minutes.

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LD Lines Irish Routes

LD Lines Ferry Tickets

Rosslare - Le Havre - LD Lines offer a service connecting Ireland with France through the ports of Rosslare and Le Havre. This route is a great value for money link between the two countries. The service is offered onboard the Norman Voyager vessel with two sailings per week taking 20 hours per journey.

LD Lines are a French-owned shipping company offering freight and passenger services, with both deep-sea and ferry operations.. Their ferry routes are on the English Channel and Mediterranean Sea. LD Lines are the parent company of Transmanche Ferries.

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NorfolkLine Irish Routes

Norfolk Line Ferries

Liverpool - Dublin - A service is also on offer connecting England to the Republic of Ireland through Liverpool and Dublin. The Liverpool Viking and the Dublin Viking take you across the Irish Sea in 7 hours with 12 crossings on offer a week with both day and night departures on offer.

Over two million people travel with Norfolkline Ferries every year, with a focus on offering low prices, quality ferries, and convenient schedules. Norfolkline is one of the most popular choices for ferries to France and Ireland.

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Brittany Ferries Irish Routes

Brittany Ferry Tickets

Cork - Roscoff - Brittany Ferries offer one service from Ireland linking Cork and Roscoff, operating on the luxury flagship, Pont-Aven. Each journey takes 14 hours but on the spectacular Pont Aven that might not be long enough!

Brittany Ferries offer Classic Cruise ferries and High Speed ferry services that sail from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to Cherbourg, Caen, Roscoff, St Malo in France and to Santander in northern Spain. Brittany Ferries ferry routes save you miles. They offer conveniently timed regular ferry departures take you much closer to all the best holiday and short break destinations in France and Spain, so saving you miles of unnecessary driving.

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Celtic Link Ferries Irish Routes

Celtic Link Ferries

Rosslare - Cherbourg - Celtic link's sole route runs between Rosslare and Cherbourg three times a week with each trip taking around 18 hours. Celtic Link Ferries vehicle only ferry, The Diplomat serves the route.

Celtic Link Ferries operate a ferry route between Rosslare and Cherbourg for both freight and passengers offering a direct link between Ireland and France. There are a number of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bed cabins all located above sea level. All on board accommodation include ensuite bathroom facilities.

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Steam Packet Irish Routes

Steam Packet Ferries from Ireland

Dublin - Douglas - Isle of Man Steam Packet ferries offer a route between Dublin and Douglas taking under 3 hours. All crossings are onboard one of Steam Packet's top quality vessels. The crossing time is approximately 2h 55m and there are 3 crossings every week.

Isle of Man Steam Packet Ferries provide freight, passenger and vehicle services between the port of Douglas and four ports in England, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

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Ireland Information

Irish Cities

Ireland has two capital cities. The capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is one of Europe’s coolest capital cities. The city pulsates with energy thanks to its excellent restaurants, chic boutiques, legendary pubs, beautiful art galleries, verdant urban parks, elegant architecture, fascinating and turbulent history, plus its unique scenic location perched at the edge of the Irish Sea. Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, meanwhile, is legendary for its excellent nightlife – this is one city that knows how to have a good time. But beyond the pubs, bars and nightclubs, Belfast is also one of Europe’s most exciting city break destinations with critically acclaimed restaurants, smart boutique hotels and top shopping.


The Irish culture has taken thousands of years to develop, so cherish every moment of your cultural discovery. The Irish love traditions. So much so, in fact, that the country is full of them – from eating colcannon (a mixture of cabbage and mashed potatoes) on Halloween to wearing something green on St Patrick’s Day. Two of the most enduring and internationally famed, however, are traditional music and Irish dancing. Traditional music can be heard all over the country from city centre pubs to rural festivals.

What to do?

Whether your passion is golf, fishing or even splashing about on a surfboard, Ireland has the perfect locations, not to mention the best natural backdrops in the world. Capture the imagination with a visit to one of Ireland's castles, monuments,stately homes, or beautiful gardens, many with compelling tales of times gone by.