There are several daily Ferry sailings to Ireland from the UK. Ferry prices have been getting lower recently – due to increased competition from the budget airlines.
If you are visiting Ireland for more than a few days and you need transport while you are in Ireland – then the car ferries are usually the most cost-effective option. You can bring your own car – no need to hire one . On the ferries you can take more luggage too – all for free.
Book Ferry sailings from Holyhead to Dublin with Stena Line
Ferries from Pembroke to Rosslare: Irish Ferries sail from Pembroke in South Wales to Rosslare in County Wexford. Pembroke is situated close to the M4 making it the ideal port if you are travelling from London, or the South of England. Book Here
Irish Ferries also sail from Holyhead to Dublin – you can choose the Swift or the slower cruise ferry.
Sail From Fishguard to Rosslare with Stena Line
Fishguard ferry port is located on the West of Fishguard Bay, in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Rosslare is in County Wexford in the South East of Ireland – ideal for vistors to Wexford. Waterford, Cork, Kerry. This route is a 2 hour sailing time.
Ferries from Fleetwood to Larne — Book with Stena Line
Ferry from Stranraer to Belfast with Stena Line
This is a 1 and 3/4 hr sailing time. Stranraer ferry port is on the southern edge of Loch Ryan in the south west of Scotland.