Ferry from Larne to Troon in Scotland

The Troon to Larne ferry connection was operated by P&O Ferries. The service connected the east of Northern Ireland with the south west of Scotland. It departed up 14 times each week from Larne and took you across to Scotland in 2 hours. Troon is less than a 45 minute drive to Glasgow.

P&O Ferries have announced the closure of its Larne to Troon ferry service, the last sailing was in September 2015 and the crossing will not return in 2016 or the near future. If you are looking to sail from Northern Ireland to Scotland, you can use the Larne to Cairnryan ferry or the Belfast to Cairnryan Ferry.

Other ferries from Northern Ireland to Scotland

  Route Sailings per day Sailing
Time
Foot passengers Car & 4 passengers  
Cairnryan  to Belfast Cairnryan to Belfast 6 2hr 15m £21 from £150

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Cairnryan  to Larne Cairnryan to Larne 6 2 hours £27 from £153

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larne troon ferry

This route sails from the 31st March to 30th September 2015. Central Scotland has always been popular destination for travelers from northern Ireland, whether your traveling to Glasgow for a shopping spree or to watch the football, to Edinburgh for a relaxing city break or a family holdiay in  Scotland, the summer sailing from Larne to Troon is the ideal express sailing.

The crossing is just 2 hours and you will find plenty on-board to occupy your time. You can enjoy freshly prepared hot meals, salads and snacks as well as all your favourite hot and cold drinks. If Coffee is your thing then you can sit back and watch the waves roll by with a fresh, hot cup of Starbucks or catch up with friends over your favourite drink in one of the lively bar areas.

There’s plenty to keep children of all ages entertained. During the summer the Junior Crew Kids Club is on board to entertain the 5 to 11 year olds on selected sailings. There are children’s entertainers, face painting, puzzles and games, plus lots more to keep them smiling. For the younger ones there is colouring-in packs and the children’s entertainment room is perfect if they’ve got bags of energy, with a play area and a video screen playing all their favourite shows. The arcade room should keep the older ones happy too!