Holyhead to Dublin Ferries

Guide to Dublin Port Ferry Terminal

Travelling by ferry from Dublin ferry port to England, Wales or the Isle of Man makes a practical alternative to flying, with modern, state of the art ships and port facilities. Almost 2 million people used the port in 2012, and almost half of Ireland’s GDP is exported from here. Dublin is also the most […]

Holyhead Ferry Guide – Ferries to Dublin

Holyhead Ferry Terminal is a major port of departure for ships to Dublin and nearby Dun Laoghaire, and is served by Irish Ferries and Stena Line. The fastest crossing to and from Ireland takes about two hours, while the other ships take between four and eight hours. Both companies have several crossings each day. The […]

Irish Ferries Overview

Irish Ferries is one of the largest ferry companies, offering services from Ireland to several destinations in Wales and France. The company was founded in 1973 as Irish Continental Line, operating one ship on the Rosslare to Le Havre route. In 1992, the company acquired the British and Irish Steam packet Co. which allowed them […]

Stena Line Holyhead to Dublin Ferry

Stena Line has a long history of providing great customer service on their boats. Sten A. Olsson began his business by acquiring two ferry services in Denmark in the year 1962. He was one of the first to use computers for tickets and reservations, making it easier to book passage and cargo. These days, passengers, […]

Dun Laoghaire Ferry to Holyhead

Along with the Dublin Port ferry terminal, the Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal is a popular gateway to and from Ireland. The terminal is located about 8 miles southeast of Dublin city centre and is easily reached by the Dublin light rail system (DART) as well as several bus routes. During peak times, DART trains run […]