Ferry From Cork to Roscoff
The ferry from Cork to Roscoff is opperated by Brittany Ferries. It connects the South West of the Republic of Ireland with Roscoff in the Brittany region of France.
There are two overnight sailings per week and take up to 15 hours get to France.
Cork to Roscoff
Sail direct into Brittany on the ferry. There are two cruise ferries serving the Cork Roscoff ferries route, the Armorique. As well as the Brittany ferries flagship ferry the Pont-Aven. Both provide comfortable cabins, restaurants, shops and entertainments onboard.
Both cruise ferries offer the relaxed, high quality travel experience you would expect from Brittany Ferries. On-board you will find great service. Delicious French food in the A la carte and self service restaurants. As well as an entertaining cabaret with live music and DJ. Plenty of activities to keep you and even children entertained.
You can watch the latest films at two state of the art cinemas, enjoy the video games room and Wi-Fi Internet access, relax in the spacious lounge areas and if your on Pont-Aven you can even go for a swim in it’s on-board pool.
Both Cork and Roscoff have excellent access to good road networks making driving to and from the ports a simple task. Roscoff is ideally placed for easy access to all areas of Brittany and you can easily venture into further regions of France including Western Loire, the Dordogne and the Atlantic coast. Cork has excellent motorway links across the Republic of Ireland, leading into Northern Ireland as well.
Traveling to France from Cork does not get much easier than the Cork to Roscoff ferry.