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Ferries Belfast

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Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, located on the North-East coast of the island; the nation is part of the United Kingdom.

Its privileged location at the mouth of the Lagan River has made the city the perfect spot for the shipbuilding industry. The port of Belfast is a maritime hub for Northern Ireland. The entire port area hosts over 700 shipping companies. Millions of passengers and goods travel on ferries from Belfast to Great Britain each year.

Belfast harbour provides travellers with all the services they may need, including waiting lounges, cafes and restaurants, nursery and restrooms, ticket offices, currency exchange, free wi-fi, and assistance for disabled passengers. In front of the Belfast ferry terminal there is a large car park with over 300 places.

Belfast ferry connections to Scotland (Cairnryan) and England (Liverpool) are operated by the ferry company Stena Line.

🚢 The two Stena Line ferries let you reach Cairnryan from Belfast in only 2h20m with a frequency of 6 crossings a day (departures at day time and night time). Ferries are equipped with all the facilities to make the crossing from Belfast in total comfort. Belfast - Cairnryan is the fastest route from Northern Ireland to Great Britain.🚢

If you want to reach Liverpool, there are two departures every day, except Monday, when there is only one departure. The Belfast - Liverpool crossing lasts 8 hours.

Belfast ferries About Belfast

The city of Belfast has been inhabited since prehistoric times and has suffered English and Scottish occupations. Since the end of the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland, the city has maintained a peaceful but lively atmosphere with a growing number of bars, cafés, restaurants, and clubs. Several major shopping centres are located in the city centre. Belfast also offers many parks and gardens to be explored, the most famous of which are the Botanic Gardens and the large Zoo.

→ If you decide to visit this wonderful city, you should definitely go and see the Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the majestic ocean liner that was built here. Among its many interesting monuments, we suggest a visit to the Town Hall, the Belfast Castle, the Albert Memorial Clock, Queen’s University, and the Ulster Museum. You can take a walking tour of the city and stop at St. George's Market, where you can both eat and shop. Later, you can stroll along the Lagan river, where you can admire the Big Fish and the Beacon of Hope.

→ From Belfast, you can take a tour of the region, which offers magnificent landscapes such as the Giant’s Causeway, the coastal town of Cushendun and Tollymor Forest Park. The Giant’s Causeway is a unique geological formation, originated by an underground explosion occurred 60 million years ago. There are several panoramic trails that lead you between the Giant’s Organ, the Wishing Chair and other landmarks. Cushendun is a vivid fishing village whose white cottages are reflected in the crystal clear bay. You can explore the caves located near the beach or taste an excellent and genuine fish soup. The nearby Rathlin island is a nature paradise, here you can spot seals and puffins. Head south towards the Tollymore Forest Park: a lush greenery dotted with stone bridges and cairns, where you can camp, hike, horse ride and much more.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Victoria Terminal 4, West Bank Road, Belfast, BT3 9JL

GPS coordinates: 54°38'8.2''N 5°52'53.6''E

The Belfast ferry terminal is located close to the motorway network and approximately 6 km from the city centre. If you drive, you can take the M2 motorway, otherwise there is a bus service connecting the city centre to the port area.

 

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