Cork ferry port in Ireland connects you with Roscoff in France with a choice of up to 1 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Cork to Roscoff crossing is from 14 hours and the crossing is operated by Brittany Ferries.
Cork ferry port or Ringaskiddy ferry port as it's also known is located on the South Coast of Ireland about 30 minutes from the city centre.
Although in the past Cork ferry port has had a crossing to Swansea, currently the only ferry crossing in operation is with Brittany Ferries on the service to Roscoff in France.
Cork port has made impressive strides in recent decades and since the dawn of the millennium has invested €72 million in improving infrastructure and facilities.
The port attracts both ferry passengers and cruise passengers on average there are over 100,000 passengers and crew arriving and departing through the port each year. These high visitor numbers contribute greatly to the local economy and provide much needed employment in the region.
From Cork City access the N25 South Link road. Then take the N28 road to Ringaskiddy following the signs showing the Ferry Symbol.
Nationwide trains operate out of Cork City centre. The Train station is less than a mile out of the city centre on the Lower Glanmire Road. From Cork railway station there is an hourly bus service to the port that takes approximately 45 minutes. Irish Rail's travel centre is located at 65 Patrick St. Private buses operate from various central points, mostly along St Patrick's Street and from outside Mulligan's on Parnell Place.
For parking information at the Cork port please call 00 353 (0) 21 4277 801.
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