Find your way to the ferry port and it’s facilities

Find your way to the ferry port and it’s facilities

On the next few pages, you will find information about all the ports and the facilities which they have.

Brittany Ferries

UK and Ireland – Cork, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth and Rosslare.

France – Caen, Cherbourg, Le Havre, Roscoff and St Malo.

Spain – Bilbao and Santander.

DFDS

UK and Ireland – Dover, Newhaven, Newcastle.

France – Calais, Dunkirk, Dieppe.

Holland – Amsterdam.

Irish Ferries

UK and Ireland – Dublin, Holyhead, Pembroke, Rosslare.

France – Cherbourg.

P&O Ferries

UK and Ireland – Cairnryan, Dover, Dublin, Hull, Larne, Liverpool.

Belgium – Zeebrugge.

France – Calais.

Holland – Rotterdam.

Stena Line

UK and Ireland – Cairnryan, Dublin, Fishguard, Harwich, Holyhead, Rosslare, Liverpool.

France – Cherbourg.

Holland – Hook of Holland.

2 thoughts on “Find your way to the ferry port and it’s facilities

    1. Hi Peter

      Thanks for getting in touch. The best route is to go between Cairnryan and Belfast. In 2012 Stena Line replaced their Stranraer to Belfast ferry with their brand new Cairnryan to Belfast ferry. Cairnryan is just a 10 minute drive north of Stranraer. No ferries to Northern Ireland operate from Stranraer now. I hope this helps.

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