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IRISH FERRIES Irish Ferries is Ireland’s leading ferry company carrying passengers and freight between Ireland, Great Britain and Continental Europe.

Stena Line Ferries have the most modern ferry fleet in Europe and their superfast Dublin to Holyhead Sea Cat ferries is superb. In 2005 Stena Ferry carried over 2 million passengers in and out of Ireland to the UK, Holland and Scandanavia.

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STENA LINE FERRIES has the widest ferry route network across Europe to and from the UK, Ireland, Holland, Scotland, Wales, Norway, Sweden and Scandanavia offering fast connections for both leisure and business customers.

Save when you book your Stena Line ferry ticket on any of the 17 ferry routes Stena Line operate online using the drop down menu above.

About Stena Line Ferries


Stena Line was founded by Swede Sten Allan Olsson in 1962, and is now one of the world's biggest and busiest ferry operators.

The traffic statistics of over 17 million passengers (translating to 3.2 million vehicles) travelling with Stena Line in 2004 certainly qualify this. Stena Line now operates four routes in the UK, after aquiring Sealink British Ferries in 1990.

The Stena Explorer made her maiden voyage on the Holyhead - Dun Laoghaire route on 10th April 1996, offering what is considered by many as an unparalleled level of service on ferries to Ireland.

Traveling with Stena Line across the sea is a perfect way to travel, from the moment you drive or walk onto the ferry, to when you wave goodbye to the mainland, to when you arrive at your destination port, you will travel in a first class environment.

Onboard Stena Line ferries you can relax and enjoy good food, shop at a fine selection of retailers, enjoy the bracing sea air and the lifestyle of an ocean voyage, whilst planning your next steps in the country of your destination.

Stena Line has a vast network that covers the Irish Sea - bridging both England and Scotland to Ireland, and also the North Sea routes to Scandinavian countries to the North and East.


Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries have the most modern fleet on the Irish Sea and connect to the most convenient ports in Britain, Ireland and France.

If you or your company takes six or more motorist return trips in any 12 month period on Irish Ferries Ireland-Britain services then you could be eligible to join their Business Traveller Scheme. This will give you 10% of your total expenditure back to use against future travel. Take ten or more trips in any 12 month period and get a massive 20% back to use against future travel!

Discover Dublin Day Trip Special Offer

Discover the delights of Dublin during a cosmopolitan visit to Europe’s capital of cool. Accessible, vibrant and buzzing with character, there really is nowhere quite like Dublin. And now Irish Ferries – The Low Fares Ferry Company - has reintroduced its new fantastic value summer day trip rates starting from just £12pp return.

Perfect for residents and holiday makers in the North West of England, the Irish Ferries hop-on-hop-off cruise ferry service, Ulysses – the world’s largest passenger ferry –runs directly from Holyhead into the heart of Dublin City. The service is perfect for those looking for a day trip with a difference and with fares as low as £12pp return, there is no excuse not to take full advantage this summer. The first departure leaves Holyhead at 02.05 arriving at 06.05 (in time for a fortifying breakfast) and return on the 21.05, arriving 00.20 to make the most of a full day in Dublin!

Irish Ferries Brings IKEA Closer

Ahead of their arrival into Ireland, Irish Ferries have brought the giant IKEA stores at Warrington and Cardiff that bit closer with a new €99 return one day fare for car plus four on their Dublin/Holyhead and Rosslare/Pembroke routes. A van plus four fare of €129 return is also offered.

Other centres to be explored include the picturesque city of Chester, Cheshire Oaks designer outlet village, Europe’s largest, and the Trafford Centre in Manchester, all within a two hours drive from Holyhead. Close to IKEA in Cardiff, and within two hours drive from Pembroke, is Bridgend designer outlet village in which over 80 famous name designer stores are located.

Ireland to Britain with Irish Ferries

Dublin to Holyhead

Ulysses: 09:05hrs and 21:05hrs
Jonathan Swift: 06:50hrs, 12:15hrs and 17.30hrs

Rosslare to Pembroke

Isle of Inishmore: 08:45hrs and 21:00hrs

Britain to Ireland with Irish Ferries

Holyhead to Dublin

Ulysses : 02.50hrs and 15:00hrs
Jonathan Swift : 09:20hrs, 14.50hrs and 20:15hrs

Pembroke to Rosslare

Isle of Inishmore: 02.45hrs and 14.30hrs

Ireland to France with Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries sail regularly between Ireland and France. The Ports used are Rosslare in Ireland and Cherbourg and Roscoff in France. The Normandy services the route.

During the period April to September the ferry operates every second day. Outside of these dates a reduced service is in operation.

Student Fares to Britain

As recent Leaving Certificate reports would indicate, more and more Irish students are moving to Britain to pursue their third level education.



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