Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries is Ireland's leading ferry company operating ferry services between Ireland, the UK and France and caters for passengers, vehicles and freight units.

Over the last few years, Irish Ferries has invested over €450 million in their fleet and port facilities and now have one of the most modern fleets in Europe.

All Irish Ferries vessels have a variety of quality restaurants, cafes and bars including entertainment zones and TV lounges.

Irish Ferries is regularly recognized for its commitment and quality having won ‘Best Ferry Company’ in the Irish Travel Industry Awards and the Irish Travel Trade Awards along with various other accolades through the years.

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Irish Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Bike tour of Southern Ireland"

    Very good service that ran on time, on the way back we received a text from Irish Ferries and a call From Direct Ferris to tell us that we needed to change from the high speed ferry due to bad weather conditions. Very simple process that worked well and would happily use this service again from Holyhead.

    'Paul' travelled with Irish Ferries on Ulysses/Dublin Swift

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  • "Ferry Pembroke to Rosslare 31 August"

    Great crossing - we arrived in plenty of time. The Pembroke staff were very helpful and given that it was my first attempt at taking the car on a ferry it went very well! The crossing itself went well and the disembarkation went really well. We were pout and on the road in no time at all!

    'Josephine' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore

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  • "Pleasant surprise"

    We crossed to Rosslare by ferry because my partner won't fly. I had booked Club Class seats because in my experience of ferry travel the boat is sometimes so full, there is nowhere to sit! The impression given was of a large boat with plenty of space. The Club Class lounge is at the top of the boat on level 11 and there is no lift above level 8, so I wouldn't recommend for people with difficulties on stairs. You get a code to access the lounge and there is easy access to the exterior deck. My first big surprise was that a large spread of food and drinks (including wine) was free to passengers and food could also be ordered ( and presumably paid for) from the kitchen. Pastries, bowls of olives, fruit, cheese and crackers all free! We had delayed accessing the lounge on the trip across as my partner had a look in the duty free shop first, but this meant that we didn't get a window seat. Visibility was good from the side benches, but not for photographic purposes! On the return trip we made sure of our seat first of all! Service was friendly, the lounge was kept clean and tidy. One stewardess went out of her way to find some information requested by my partner! I did feel the cost was quite high, especially as I had to change a return date, which added another £80 to the cost, but it was comfortable and stress free.

    'Hilary' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore

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  • "Superb service"

    The service you provide trim booking to actual boarding/ sailing is excellent very simple and straight forward I had to alter my booking which was done with ease will most defiantly be travelling with you again. Excellent well done and thank you

    'Laurence' travelled with Irish Ferries on Epsilon/Stena Superfast X

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