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Ferries Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland
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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
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Northern Ireland is one of the four nations of the United Kingdom, along with Scotland, Wales, and England. It lies in the northern part of the Irish island, shared with the Republic of Ireland.

Known worldwide as the Emerald Isle, its landscapes carved by ancient glaciers and its lush forests attract many visitors every year. The astounding nature is the perfect scenery for the many Norman castles and Celtic monuments you can visit here.

Northern Ireland is a fascinating destination both for nature lovers, thanks to its breathtaking rural landscapes, and for those who like to explore urban centres and historic monuments.

Its capital, Belfast, will charm you with its cosy pubs and cobbled streets rich in historic architecture. Here you can fully get to know the local traditions, have a tasty beer and lots of fun!

Northern Ireland is separated from Britain by the Irish Sea. Maritime connections from Northern Ireland are operated throughout the whole year by the ferry company Stena Line.

Ferries from Northern Ireland depart from its main city, Belfast, and arrive to Liverpool, one of England’s main cities, and Cairnryan.

Book your connection to Belfast from Great Britain with MrFerry and visit this wonderful destination!

Ferries to Northern Ireland Connections and travel options

Reach the legendary Emerald Isle via sea and discover this fabulous land!

Ferries from Northern Ireland dock in the coasts of England and Scotland. The Swedish company Stena Line operates the routes Belfast - Liverpool and Belfast - Cairnryan with two modern and recently renovated ships.

The fastest route is Belfast Cairnryan, the crossing lasts a little more than 2 hours. There are several departures every day, you can choose to travel early in the morning, during the day or in the nighttime.

If, travelling from Northern Ireland, you want to reach the heart of England, you can take the ferry Belfast Liverpool. There are two crossings every day, one in the morning and one in the evening, both lasting 8 hours. On Mondays, there is only one crossing, departing at night.

Stena Line provides modern and fully equipped vessels in order to offer their passengers a comfortable and relaxing crossing.

All the ferries connecting Northern Ireland have a wide garage, you can travel with your car, bike, motorbike or camping van.

On board, ferries from/to Northern Ireland feature numerous facilities to meet guests’ expectations, like bars, restaurants, shops, a large lounge and a children’s playground.

Passengers will have the possibility to book a reclining seat or a cabin. All the necessary facilities for travellers with reduced mobility are available on the ships departing from Northern Ireland. Pets are always welcome on board.

Take the ferry to Northern Ireland and discover astounding places!

Whether you’re interested in the history and tradition of a place, you are looking for a place to explore and have fun, or you prefer enjoying nature and the great outdoors, Northern Ireland is the ideal travel destination for you!

All the ferries for Northern Ireland will take you to Belfast, where you can explore its many monuments such as the Belfast City Hall, the Albert Memorial Clock, Queen’s University, the Titanic Museum, and the magnificent Belfast Castle. You should definitely discover the city’s pubs and relax with a good local beer or whiskey.

From the region’s main town, you can take the scenic route Causeway Coastal Route, one of the most spectacular car drives in the world, connecting Belfast to Derry. In Derry, you can admire the historical architecture of the city, or you can follow the coast and visit the enchanted Castlerock.

If you take a ferry to Northern Ireland, you shouldn’t miss the Giant's Causeway, Carrickfergus Castle, the magical Tollymore Forest Park and or the enchanted coastal village of Cushendun and its beautiful caves.

Offers and special prices for large groups

Mr Ferry can calculate you some quotes for large groups with or without vehicle (bus, but also car or motorbike). If you are at least 10 people travelling, please ask for a special price by filling out the specific form. Our staff will contact you soon to calculate the best available offer!

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