Ferry from Belfast to Cairnryan in Scotland

Ferry from Belfast to Cairnryan in Scotland


All ferry operators have taken several precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all, the latest of which is to recommend the wearing of face coverings where social distancing is difficult to practise. Some ferry companies still have restrictions on which travel routes are operational at this time. Information is changing daily, so please check back again if your preferred route is not operational.

Travel on the biggest ferries ever to sail between Northern Ireland and Scotland. Sail from Belfast to Cairnryan on the Stena Superfast VII & Stena Superfast VIII in a crossing time from only 2 hours 15 minutes with a choice of up to six daily crossings.

Cairnryan  to Belfast
  • Standard prices: Car plus 4 passengers from £189
  • Foot passengers from just £26 one way

stena line benefitsThe Stena Superfast ships are the largest, most luxurious ferries sailing to Scotland, possibly providing you the best ferry experience on the Irish Sea! The crossing will take around 2 hours 15 minutes and there are up to six sailings each day departing from Belfast for Scotland.

Onboard the Belfast to Cairnryan route there is lots to enjoy such as the Pure Nordic Spa, the POD Lounge, The Living Room and Taste restaurant. And of course, there’s still free Wi-Fi, free movies, Curious George and the exclusive Stena Plus Lounge. Don’t forget that there are no baggage charges, so if you can fit it in the car, then you are good to go.

With dramatic landscapes and a friendly welcome, a visit to Scotland is an unforgettable experience! Take your car to Scotland and from the moment you arrive in Cairnryan, you’ll discover and enjoy traveling through the breathtaking land of Scotland.

Planning on visiting friends or family? Fancy a shopping trip to let your hair down or perhaps it’s a trip over to see your favourite team? Whatever the occasion the Belfast to Cairnryan ferry is the ideal way to travel with friends or family over to Scotland.

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