Ferries from Scotland
There are 12 daily ferries sailing from Scotland arriving into Northern Ireland. These crossing are operated by P&O Ferries and Stena Line.
Wherever you may be heading to from Scotland we are sure you will agree you have plenty of options.
Ferries from Scotland
P&O Ferries offer 6 daily sailings from South East Scotland to the East of Northern Ireland.
Stena Line offer 6 daily sailings from South East Scotland to the East of Northern Ireland.
No matter how many times you go, you’ll find yourself drawn back to Northern Ireland time and time again! And with no baggage charges why not pack it all in and enjoy a Car–cation?
If your taking your dog or small pet with you on your travels, then you are in luck. All ferries operators allow you to travel with dogs and small animals. Each operator will have there own policy and allow dogs to either remain in your vehicle or in the onboard kennels during the crossing.
If you are looking for some inspiration for place to go and see. Why not check out our Destination Guides for some hints and tips. We have lots of ideas of things to see and do in Northern Ireland.
We here at Ferry To Europe have teamed up with the amazing Booking.com to help with your hotel and accommodation needs. So whether you just want to stop for one night before or after your ferry crossing, or whether you want to book your entire stays accommodation, We are here to help!
Booking.com allows you to find deals on hotels, homes and much more…
From cosy country homes to funky city flats, we (and Booking.com) have all your needs covered!
To make life even easier for you, we have already done the hard work and split up all the accommodation by ports, so all you have to decide is where you want to stay.
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Return price to bring car with 1 passenger from large to cairnryan from 1st to 3rd July 2022
Thank you for getting in touch. The price will depend on the times you wish to travel and the ticket price you wish to purchase.
The cheapest return for your dates would be £224. This would depart Larne at 4am with your return journey would depart Cairnryan at midnight. This is on the cheapest of three ticket types.
The most expensive price would be £438. This would depart Larne at 11am with your return journey departing Cairnryan at 8pm. This is on the most expensive of three ticket types.
I Hope this helps.