How long is the boat from Liverpool to Ireland?

The ferry crossing time from Liverpool to Dublin is approximately 7h 30m.

How long is the boat ride from Liverpool to Dublin?

How long is the ferry from Liverpool to Dublin? The typical crossing time for ferries from Liverpool to Dublin is approximately 7h 30m.

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What is the shortest ferry crossing from UK to Ireland?

Fishguard to Rosslare is the quickest ferry crossing to Ireland from Great Britain. This route takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes. Stena Line operates this route with 14 weekly sailings. The next quickest route is Pembroke to Rosslare, which takes approximately 3 hours, with 16 weekly sailings.

How can I get to Ireland without flying?

Irish Ferries runs ‘slow ferry’ services between Pembroke in Wales to Rosslare on Ireland’s southeast coast, and between Holyhead in Wales to Dublin Port. Dublin Port is 6km from Dublin city centre. Foot passengers are welcome on most of these crossings.

Can I travel between UK and Ireland?

Travelling within the Common Travel Area (CTA)

There are no restrictions or testing requirements if you’re travelling from one region to another within the CTA (UK, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man or the Republic of Ireland). This includes travelling to Northern Ireland via the Republic of Ireland from overseas.

Can I take a ship to Ireland?

You can ship to Ireland from the US in as little as 1-3 business days with an expedited courier service or 10-16 business days with an economy service.

Which UK ports sail to Ireland?

UK & Irish ferry port guides
  • Portsmouth.
  • Poole.
  • Plymouth.
  • Cork.
  • Rosslare.

Do you need a PCR to get into Ireland?

You also no longer need proof of vaccination, or recovery or a COVID-19 test. You are ‘recovered from COVID-19’ if you had COVID-19 in the past 180 days (and no less than 11 days before you arrive in Ireland). If you were tested for COVID-19 in the EEA, you should get an EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC).

Can I go to Ireland without a passport?

It is compulsory for all passengers (including babies) to have their own valid passport or officially recognised European Union I.D. card when travelling to and from Ireland or France. In some cases, a visa may also be required. If you are driving a vehicle you will also need a valid driving licence.

What documents do I need to drive from UK to Ireland?

All UK vehicle insurance provides the minimum third party cover to drive in the EU (including Ireland). You do not need to carry a green card when you drive in the EU (including Ireland), Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia, or Switzerland. You still need valid vehicle insurance.

Do you need a Covid test for ferry to Ireland?

Travellers to Ireland are not required to show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative PCR test result upon arrival. There are also no post-arrival testing or quarantine requirements for travellers to Ireland.

What is the best time of year to go to Ireland?

The best time to visit Ireland is between March and May, and September to November, when it’s not as crowded as it is in summer, or as cold as it is in winter. That said, Ireland has a mild, temperate climate and although it’s rainy at times, you can visit all year round.

How many days in Ireland is enough?

Ten days is just enough time to visit the highlights of Ireland, including Dublin, the Rock of Cashel, Galway, the Cliffs of Moher, the Dingle Peninsula, and Northern Ireland. It’s an amazing trip, but expect to have busy, action packed days.

What month is the rainiest in Ireland?

Rainfall is extremely common throughout Ireland. The wettest months, almost everywhere are December and January. April is the driest month generally but in many southern parts, June is the driest.

What is the coldest month in Ireland?

January and February are the coldest months of the year, and mean daily air temperatures fall between 4 and 7 °C (39.2 and 44.6 °F) during these months.

What animal is only found in Ireland?

What is this? The only lagomorph native to Ireland is the Irish hare. They are one of the island’s oldest species, an elusive creature that prefers to graze in wooded places. The hare, which is much larger than its rabbit cousin, has existed for over two million years.