Scotland to Northern Ireland Ferries
Ferry timetables can differ depending on the ferry company, ship type and season. Check the latest ferry timetables between Scotland and Northern Ireland with just a few clicks using our deal finder. There are usually more schedules in the summer when demand increases.
How long is the ferry to Northern Ireland from Scotland?
Ferry duration from Scotland to Northern Ireland varies from 2 hours to 2 hours and 15 minutes depending on the ferry route operator and ship. The distance between Scotland to Northern Ireland is 10.4 nautical miles.
Fast Ferry Scotland to Northern Ireland
The fastest ferry from Scotland to Northern Ireland is the Cairnryan to Larne ferry in 2 hours and is available for booking with P&O Ferries all year round. The distance from Cairnryan to Larne is 47.4 nautical miles.
Scotland Northern Ireland Ferry Cabins
Unfortunately, there are no cabins available from Scotland to Northern Ireland.
Can I travel with a vehicle from Scotland to Northern Ireland?
You can travel on the ferry with a car from Scotland to Northern Ireland with [operators]. Please visit our deal finder to find out whether you can take other vehicles onboard the ferries.
You can travel as a foot passenger on the ferry from Scotland to Northern Ireland with P&O Ferries and Stena Line.
Ferry offers and discounts from Scotland to Northern Ireland
Ferry discounts vary throughout the year. Visit our offers page to take advantage of all the latest ferry discounts.
How to book ferry tickets to Northern Ireland from Scotland
Book and compare ferry operators, timetables and prices using our deal finder for all the most up to date sailing information.
About Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland consists of the six north-easterly counties of the island of Ireland, and is a part of the United Kingdom.
Whilst having a reputation for violence and sectarian conflict, it is nonetheless a fascinating province with much to offer in the way of beautiful scenery and cosmopolitan cities.
Much of the Northern Irish countryside is intensely beautiful and thankfully unspoilt. Facilities continue to improve and many new hotels and restaurants have opened in the last few years.
At the heart of Northern Ireland lies the idea of unspoilt naturalness, which encompasses a beautiful landscape, quality local produce where people are spontaneous in their humour, genuine, hospitable, welcoming, and not tourist weary.
Northern Ireland continually presents the visitor with a full program of entertainment and special events. Whether you are looking for a fun night out with the kids, a romantic meal for two or a hectic night on the town. Northern Ireland not only promises, but delivers.