Fishguard to Rosslare Ferry

The Fishguard Rosslare ferry route connects Wales with Ireland. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Stena Line. The crossing operates up to 14 times each week with sailing durations from around 3 hours 30 minutes.

Fishguard Rosslare sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Route and port details

Fishguard to Rosslare Ferry Alternatives

For more information, please visit our Ferries from Wales to Ireland page.

Fishguard - Rosslare Ferry Operators

  • Stena Line
    • 14 Sailings Weekly 3 hr 30 min
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Fishguard Rosslare Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Fishguard Rosslare route is a car and 2 passengers.

Fishguard Rosslare Ferry reviews

  • "Stena Europe "

    Even though she is a old ferry, but she is still a popular ferry to travel on. The facilities are very good on her. When Stena line do eventually replace her. May her replacement be just as good. I believe Fishguard to Rosslare is very important for those who wish to travel to Ireland from the south of the UK

    'Leonard Ian' travelled Fishguard Rosslare with Stena Line on Stena Europe

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  • "Late night travel"

    We booked on the 2.30 pm crossing as there was no availability in the day on the date we wanted to travel. We didn't have a cabin and intended to rest in the lounge. It was OK but we noticed that more seasoned travellers had taken sleeping bags and pillows and had found themselves quiet areas of floor to stretch out on. Not an ideal way to go, but if you have to, take a tip from them and be as comfortable as you can. Loading and unloading were efficient.

    'Barbara' travelled Fishguard Rosslare with Stena Line on Stena Europe

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  • "Smooth and easy"

    Check-in quick and cheerful, well managed at every stage to ensure everything runs to time. No queues, comfortable and fun.

    'Cindy' travelled Fishguard Rosslare with Stena Line on Stena Europe

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  • "Family holiday"

    Very clean ferry.enjoyed travelling on the ferry for the 2nd time.reasonable price for 2 adults 1 child age 11.will be using again.staff are was clean and tidy.apart from they didn't do the desets. Meal was lovely fish and chips.

    'Darron' travelled Fishguard Rosslare with Stena Line on Stena Europe

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Fishguard Guide

The Welsh coastal town of Fishguard is located in Pembrokeshire in the south west corner of the country. The town is essentially divided into two parts: the main town of Fishguard and Lower Fishguard (or "Lower Town" to the locals). The town, which lies where the River Gwaun meets the sea, has a fishing fleet with a short tidal quay. In the main town visitors will find a parish church and a typical High Street containing the usual mix of shops, cafes and pubs.

The area around the town is popular with nature lovers as it is rich in flora and fauna. There is a wide variety of wild flowers and sea mammals to see, including grey seals, porpoises and dolphins. Also, for those visitors interested in bird watching the local birdlife includes Eurasian Curlew, Common Redshank and Sanderling can be seen regularly foraging for food in Lower Fishguard harbour and European Stonechat, Great Cormorant and Northern Fulmer can be observed from the coastal path.

Fishguard is one of two ports in the Pembrokeshire area that provides ferry services to the Republic of Ireland. The port is situated at Goodwick, just 1.5 km from the town centre of Fishguard. There are generally 4 departures and four arrivals to/from Rosslare. The port's ferry terminal is operated by Stena Line and offers a number of facilities including a cafeteria that serves hot and cold beverages and snacks, the Cuppacabana bar and a selection of vending machines.

Rosslare Guide

The town of Rosslare is located in County Wexford in Ireland and for over one hundred years it has been a popular resort with tourists. Rosslare Strand, to give the town its full name and is used to separate it from nearby Rosslare Harbour, is proud to be able to boast that it is one of Ireland's sunniest locations with records that shows the town receives on average 300 hours more sunshine each year than the rest of Ireland. The town's long sandy stretch of beach has been awarded Blue Flag status and therefore is popular with swimmers and families. there are also some good golf courses close to the town.

Facilities at the town's port includes a restaurant, a waterfront bar, a waiting area, children's play area, shops, car hire, baby changing, bureau de change and a Department of Agriculture office. Ferry services from Rosslare depart to Pembroke (4 hours), Fishguard (3 hours and 30 minutes), and to Cherbourg and Roscoff in France.