Ferry from Liverpool to Dublin in Ireland

Ferry from Liverpool to Dublin in Ireland

The direct ferry service from Liverpool to Dublin is operated by P&O Ferries. The service connects the North-west of England with the capital of the republic of Ireland.  It departs twice daily from Liverpool at 9.30am and 9.30pm and takes you across the Irish Sea in 8 hours.

Liverpool to Dublin

Car & 4 passengers from £189
4 sailings per day       Sailing time: 3hr 15m       Foot passengers from £31
Car & 4 passengers from £200
4 sailings per day       Sailing time: 3hr 15m       Foot passengers from £32
Car & 4 passengers from £231
2 sailings per day       Sailing time: 2 hours       Foot passengers from £36
Car & 4 passengers from £239
2 sailings per day       Sailing time: 8 hours

Although the Liverpool to Dublin crossing is one of the longest UK to Ireland crossings, it is also one of the cheapest routes and up to 20% less expensive than shorter quicker routes.

The route is served by P&O ferries two conventional ferries, Norbay and Norbank. Sailing between Liverpool and Dublin, these ships have become firm favourites. Choose overnight and sleep the crossing away in your comfortable en-suite cabin or travel by day and arrive refreshed for the journey ahead.

A much added bonus is that meals are included in the price, so you’re bound to arrive refreshed! With no airport queues or baggage restrictions, why would you want to travel any other way? It’s so simple. Just drive on and relax in comfort and style.

Once you arrive in Ireland with your car you’ll find the rest of the country easily accessible by road. The appeal of Dublin is now well known to most folk in Europe, but venture into the landscapes beyond and you’ll be amazed at the natural beauty and traditional hospitality on offer, from the lakes of Killarney to the towering cliffs of Donegal.

P&O Ferries sail from Gladstone Branch Dock No.3 in Liverpool Freeport, which is easily accessible by road, rail and bus.

2 thoughts on “Ferry from Liverpool to Dublin in Ireland

    1. Hi Elaine

      This will depend on your nationality. If you are a British / Irish citizen travelling across the Irish Sea you do not need a valid passport. However, it is advised you bring a form of identification with you. Have a look at our Passport and Identification for more information. I hope this helps.

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