Ferry from Fishguard to Rosslare in Ireland

Ferry from Fishguard to Rosslare in Ireland

The Fishguard Rosslare ferry is operated by Stena Line and connects Wales and the UK with the laid-back sunny south east of Ireland.

Fishguard to Rosslare

Car & 4 passengers from £200
2 sailings per day       Sailing time: 3hr 30m       Foot passengers from £32
Car & 4 passengers from £184
2 sailings per day       Sailing time: 4 hours       Foot passengers from £31

Catch the Stena Europe Superferry and your journey across the Irish Sea from Fishguard to Rosslare will take you just three and half hours.

There are two sailings from Fishguard to Rosslare each day and if you are planning a self drive holiday in Ireland, Rosslare is the perfect destination to start your adventure. The stunning scenery and beautiful landscape of southern Ireland will leave you wanting much more.

Situated in County Wexford, Rosslare is a lovely pleasant seaside resort which boasts a most attractive Blue Flag beach, journey further down the coast and you will find more post card beaches. Not too far from Rosslare is Waterford, the capital of the Sunny South East of Ireland and Ireland’s oldest city. The city hosts a number of festivals during the year including the ever-popular Spraoi. At the end of Jul /start if Aug each year Waterford streets are filled with top quality national and international street art and world music.

With so much more to discover, your holiday in Ireland will be one to remember. There’s nothing too hurried, nothing too hectic in this laid-back corner of Ireland’s sunny south east… what are you waiting for? Book your ferry crossing to Rosslare today!

17 thoughts on “Ferry from Fishguard to Rosslare in Ireland

    1. Hi Sian

      You need a pet passport for your dog if they’ll be travelling:
      • to the UK from an EU country, or another country the UK accepts pet passports from
      • from the UK to a listed or unlisted country and then returning to the UK – you cannot do this after your pet’s rabies vaccination has expired.
      From 1 January 2021, the rules for travelling to EU countries with your pet will change. You should start the process at least 4 months before you travel.
      If they’re coming from a listed or unlisted country, you need a third-country official veterinary certificate if they do not have a pet passport.
      You must bring originals of all your pet’s documents, not photocopies.

      A vet must treat your dog for tapeworm and record it in the pet passport or third-country official veterinary certificate every time you want to bring it to the UK.
      The treatment must have been given no less than 24 hours and no more than 120 hours (5 days) before you enter the UK. Your dog can be refused entry or put into quarantine if you do not follow this rule.
      You do not need to treat your dog for tapeworm if you’re coming di-rectly to the UK from Finland, Ireland, Malta or Norway.
      The treatment must:
      • be approved for use in the country it’s being given in
      • contain praziquantel or an equivalent proven to be effective against the Echinococcus multilocularis tapeworm

      Hope this helps!

    1. Yes Caravans can travel on this route. To get an accurate price, just use the get a quote link. Some sailings have special offers in which caravans can sail for Free.

  1. hello, How long does the trip from Fishguard to Rosslare take please. Are any resorts near Rosslare and dog friendly motels or hotels.

  2. Had the pleasure to ride on the Ferry with Globus tours to Ireland saw in your gift shop Christmas ornament with Irish quotes on them in a box of 4 how can I order them?

    1. Your dog may travel in your motorhome free of charge on this route. Your dog unfortunately is not allowed onto the passenger decks.

      Dogs can also travel in kennels on the car deck. However Stena Line do not take advance reservations and kennels are therefore issued on a first come basis.

    1. Guidelines from StenaLine website April 2012 ….

      British or Irish citizens travelling on our Irish Sea routes do not need a passport to travel to Britain or Ireland but are advised to take a form of identity. A driving licence, citizenship card or utility bill will usually suffice. A birth certificate will provide adequate proof of identity for your child to travel on our sailings.

    2. There is No passport control between U.K. and Eire. Check the ferry for they will need some form of identification. Driver Licence . Bus Pass . Utility Bill
      Check with them

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