Crossings from Belfast to Scotland take approximately 2 hours 22 minutes.
Can you take a boat from Northern Ireland to Scotland?
There are two main sea ferry lines that connect Northern Ireland to Scotland: Cairnryan-Larne Ferry and Stena Line’s Cairnryan-Belfast Ferry. Both of these options have multiple departures throughout each day, providing you with maximum flexibility when scheduling your specific itinerary.
Is there a ferry from Belfast to Scotland?
The Belfast Cairnryan ferry route connects Northern Ireland to Scotland and is available for booking all year round. Stena Line provide up to 5 sailings per day, with 35 ferries departing from Belfast each week.
Is there a boat from Belfast to Glasgow?
Belfast to Glasgow by Boat. There are two travel options for the Belfast to Glasgow Ferry. First, by Coach, which boards the Stena Line crossing from Belfast to Cairnryan, before continuing on to Glasgow as a final destination.