How long is the ferry ride from UK to Ireland?

How long is the ferry ride from UK to Ireland?

Irish Sea – The fastest ferry route between the UK and Ireland, this crossing is operated by the ship Stena Europe throughout the year, with a sailing time of three hours and a half.

Is there a ferry from England to Ireland?

There are several ferry options for travelling between the UK and the island of Ireland: you can choose a fast ferry or slow ferry, travel by foot or as a car passenger to Dublin, Cork and Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland, or Larne and Belfast in Northern Ireland.

How long is the ferry from UK to Dublin?

The fastest crossing is Holyhead to Dublin with Irish Ferries which takes only 2 hours 15 minutes, followed by the same route with Stena Line, taking 3 hours 20 minutes. The Liverpool to Dublin ferry with P&O Ferries has a duration of 7 hours 30 minutes.

What is the shortest ferry crossing to Ireland?

One of the great things about the Irish Sea is that there are no shortage of ferry routes to take you to where you want to go on the east coast of Ireland & Northern Ireland.

What is the easiest way to get from England to Ireland?

Take a ferry from the United Kingdom to either Dun Laoghaire port or Dublin port, both of which serve Dublin. If you flew into London, England, you can take the train to Holyhead, Wales, and use the free shuttle service to the ferry port. Ireland-bound ferries leave the United Kingdom from Holyhead port daily.

What is the fastest ferry from UK to Ireland?

Fishguard to Rosslare
Fishguard to Rosslare is the quickest ferry crossing to Ireland from Great Britain. This route takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes. Stena Line operates this route with 14 weekly sailings. The next quickest route is Pembroke to Rosslare, which takes approximately 3 hours, with 16 weekly sailings.

Can I take my car from UK to Ireland?

Vehicles from the UK can be temporarily imported into Ireland for up to 12 months. In order to stay on the right side of the law, the following documents should always be carried: A valid UK driving licence. Your motor insurance certificate.

Is there a car ferry from England to Ireland?

There are 2 ferry routes operating between England and Northern Ireland offering you combined total of 31 sailings per week. P&O Irish Sea operates 1 routes, Liverpool to Dublin which runs 17 times daily. Stena Line operates 1 routes, Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast which runs 14 times daily.

How do I drive to Ireland from UK?

Getting to Ireland by car is fairly straightforward for UK residents – simply drive across the border from Northern Ireland, or take a ferry from England or Wales and enter the country through one of its ports.

Which is better Stena Line or Irish Ferries?

Re: Irish Ferries v Stena Line I have done both crossings many, many times. Both by car and as a foot passenger. In my opinion the Irish Ferries boat is better although there isn’t much in it. The Stena boat tends to have more freight vehicles on it, in my experience.

Is the crossing from Holyhead to Dublin rough?

Not rough at all if you take one of the Ships, The fast Cats can be a bit bumpy but nothing too bad (or they don’t sail). From Lincoln you would probably be looking a flights from East Midlands or Stansted which both have a selection of flights to Irish Airports. The HSS is locally known as the ‘hope she sails’!

Is it possible to drive from UK to Ireland?