Ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke in Wales

Ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke in Wales

The Rosslare to Pembroke ferry connection is operated by Irish Ferries This service connect the South East of the Republic of Ireland with the South West of Wales.

This is a twice daily sailing onboard the Blue Star 1 and will take approximately 4 hours to get to Wales.

Rosslare to Pembroke

Car & 4 passengers from £228
2 sailings per day       Sailing time: 4 hours

The Irish Ferries cruise ship serving the Rosslare to Pembroke ferry route is the Blue Star 1 which provides comfortable cabins, restaurants, shops and entertainments onboard. The ferry offers the simple but comfortable no-frills economy service you would expect from Brittany Ferries. On-board you will find great service, delicious French food in the self service restaurant, a bar and a small play facility located near the restaurant to keep the little ones entertained. There is Wi-Fi Internet access throughout as well as a small boutique which opens once outside Irish territorial waters. There are a selection of games which can be borrowed from the information desk, to help keep the family entertained.

Both Rosslare and Pembroke have excellent access to good road networks making driving to and from the ports a simple task. Pembroke is ideally placed for easy access to all areas of the Pembrokeshire area and you can easily venture into all regions of Wales. Pembroke has excellent motorway links across Wales, leading into England and then onto Scotland.

Traveling to Wales from Rosslare does not get much easier than the Rosslare to Pembroke ferry.

10 thoughts on “Ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke in Wales

  1. why has the price more than doubled surley its not beacause you have a new ship i was a frequent traveller with you but not at these outrages price

    1. Hi Robert

      I am sorry to hear about the price doubling. We here at Ferry To Europe have no control over the price which Irish Ferries have set. Is there another route or operator you would consider using? Would you consider one of the other Wales to Ireland routes instead?

    1. Hi Cal

      Thank you for getting in touch. The STENA EUROPE is currently serving the Rosslare to Fishguard route. I hope this helps.

  2. I booked and paid for a crossing with Irish ferries but couldn’t go because. Of covid i have tried to get
    A re fund but did not received nothing in asking them for 3 years can anyone help

    1. Hi Thomas

      Sorry to hear about your predicament. Unfortunately we here at Ferry To Europe are unable to help with refunds. Please find attached the contact telephone number for Irish Ferries, hopefully they can help you. Tel: 03717 300 400.

  3. Please could you confirm to me that I can travel from Pembroke to Rosslare and return without a passport but with a photo driving license as ID

    1. Hi Alan, 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. This can one of the following items:
      • A valid passport.
      • photographic driving license.
      • International Student Card.
      • government issued photo ID card.
      • health insurance/social security photographic card.
      • photographic bus/train pass.
      • EU Citizen Identity Card will usually suffice.
      • A birth certificate will provide adequate proof of identity for children (17 years and under with no photographic identification) to travel on our sailings.

      Hope this helps!

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