Steam Packet

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

Fast craft and conventional vessels make up a modern fleet providing high levels of on-board service. A year-round service for passengers, vehicles (including coaches) and freight operates between Heysham and the Isle of Man.

The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company's aim is to provide consistent services with convenient and fast crossing times and to offer a wide range of promotional fares to the travelling public.

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Steam Packet Customer Reviews

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  • "Good value!"

    A good value ferry service. Would recommend.

    'Sian' travelled with Steam Packet

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  • "enjoyable trip"

    Very happy with the trip there and back, very friendly crew ferrying us to the lift as my wife walks with a stick she has difficulty walking but with the lift to the upper deck she was able to get about easily.

    'Philip Peacock' travelled with Steam Packet

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  • "LOVELY SEA CROSSING"

    I really enjoyed the sea crossings both there abd back. Plenty of room to move about and choice of seats. It didnt feel we were on a ship it felt we were inside a building just because of the way the ship was constructed! Brilliat would use again.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Steam Packet

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  • "Ferry across the Irish Sea - half way"

    Both ways very good RORO very efficient. Small point - foot/coach passengers allowed on first so had to search for seats. Compared to Cross Channel, very expensive - would IOM get more tourists if crossing costs were lower?

    'Anthony' travelled with Steam Packet

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