Ferries to Scotland
If your traveling to Scotland, then you currently can sail from Belfast and Larne using P&O Ferries and Stena Line. Below is a list of all the current ferries to Scotland.
Travelling to Scotland by ferry is a short 2 hour crossing from Northern Ireland.
As well as direct ferries there are number of other options. You could try either a ferry to England or a ferry to Wales and make the drive up to Scotland. England, Scotland and Wales are all linked with a great motorway network.
If your taking your dog or small pet with you on your travels, then you are in luck because all the ferries to Scotland allow you to travel with dogs and small animals. Each ferry operator has its own policy and usually offer kennels for dogs, with smaller animals remaining in your vehicle during the crossing.
If you are looking for some inspiration for place to go and see in Scotland. Why not check out our Scotland Destination Guide for some hints and tips. We have lots of ideas of things to see and do in Scotland.
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.