Ferries to Northern Ireland
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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Ferries to 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.

Most popular questions

  • Ferries to Northern Ireland:
    • Cairnryan
    • Douglas
    • Liverpool Birkenhead
  • The Cairnryan to Larne ferry is the fastest ferry to Northern Ireland in approximately 2h.
  • The cheapest ferry to Northern Ireland is approximately 324 € on average via the Cairnryan to Belfast ferry. However, please note prices can differ by season.
  • Ferries From Northern Ireland:
    • Larne
    • Belfast
  • Yes, you can bring pets onboard ferries. Please read the operators guidelines on pets that you are travelling with. You can bring pets on ferries with the following ferry companies
    • P&O Irish Sea
    • Stena Line

Northern Ireland reviews

  • "Re: Recent ferry crossing"

    Recently I traveled with my uncle on the ferry crossing between Ireland and Scotland. We enjoyed our sailing as all the staff were very pleasant and would recommend using direct ferries in the future to friends.

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  • "Excellent "

    V nice we enjoyed it

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  • "2 return trips in one week."

    Very nice ship with very pleasant staff. The members cabin is very relaxing which includes light refreshments and worth the extra cost. If you pay for priority boarding, you have to turn up early. We checked in 35 minutes before departure, were among the last 20 cars to board and we're actually the last car to get off. Not great priority treatment. Quite pricy for daytime travel, but still a nice trip.

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  • "cairnryan to belfast"

    perfect trip apart from missing the 1st ferry by 15 minutes the staff changed my ticket with no fuss and the newly refurbished facility at the port was great

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