How long is the ferry ride from Wales to Ireland?

The Holyhead-Dublin route links Wales and Ireland. Presently, two companies operate ferries on this route. These are Irish Ferries and Stena Line, and a total of 63 sailings are available every week. The average duration of the journey between the two cities is 3 hours and 15 minutes.

Is there a ferry from Wales to Dublin?

The Holyhead Dublin ferry route connects northwest Wales to eastern Ireland and is available for booking all year round. Irish Ferries provide 5 sailings per day and Stena Line provide 4 sailings per day.

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Do you need a passport to go from Wales to Ireland?

British nationals travelling from the UK don’t need a passport to visit Ireland. However, Irish immigration officers will check the ID of all passengers arriving by air from the UK and may ask for proof of nationality, particularly if you were born outside the UK.

Do I need a passport to travel from Holyhead to Dublin?

Irish Ferries recommends all passengers bring a passport with them. Irish and British citizens do not strictly require a passport to travel between the two countries, but some form of (photo) identification is however required.

How much is ferry to Wales from Dublin?

The ferry crossing time on average from Dublin to Holyhead is 2h 45m. The fastest ferry from Dublin to Holyhead is in approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes with Irish Ferries. How much does the ferry cost from Dublin to Holyhead? The average price of a ferry from Dublin to Holyhead is 462 €.

How much is ferry from Holyhead to Dublin?

Ferry Holyhead Dublin costs

Tickets are available from Irish Ferries from €45. That is for 1 person without a car and a single journey in a chair.

Is there a ferry from Cardiff to Ireland?

There is no direct connection from Cardiff to Dublin. However, you can take the train to Holyhead, take the walk to Holyhead, then take the car ferry to Dublin. Alternatively, you can take the drive to Holyhead then take the car ferry to Dublin.

Is there a ferry from Wales to Belfast?

With a choice of 12 daily sailings you can travel by foot or by car to Cairnryan and Belfast from only 2 hours 15 minutes on two of the best ferries on the Irish Sea.

Can you take a train from Wales to Ireland?

SailRail is a combined train and ferry ticket

For journeys from anywhere in Great Britain to anywhere in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. You can travel from any train station in Britain to Holyhead or Fishguard and catch an Irish Ferries or StenaLine ferry across to Ireland from there.

Can you get a ferry from Wales to Belfast?

The best way to get from Wales to Belfast without a car is to train and car ferry which takes 13h 2m and costs £95 – £180.

How much is a cabin on Stena?

Optional extras included a separate lounge area, better lounge seats or you could pay for a cabin. Prices for more comfortable seats started at £18 for private lounge area £20 and cabins at £30.

Can u drive to Ireland from Wales?

There are daily ferries from Ireland to Wales. You can bring your car and there are no baggage restrictions. Ferry travel offers more flexibility in terms of luggage, timing and comfort and you can even bring your pets.

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.

How do you get to Ireland by boat?

Ferry from England to Ireland

There are 2 ferry routes operating between England and Ireland offering you combined total of 23 sailings per week. P&O Irish Sea operates 1 routes, Liverpool to Dublin which runs 7 times daily. Stena Line operates 1 routes, Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast which runs 16 times daily.

Can you see Ireland from Wales?

Again, the conditions need to be absolutely perfect but it is possible to see Ireland from Wales if you go to the top of the Great Orme in Llandudno. There is a marker at the top which will point you in the direction of Ireland and various other places that are visible from there.

Is there a bridge from Wales to Ireland?

A plan to link Ireland with Wales or Scotland via a bridge or tunnel cost almost £900,000 before it was abandoned due to being too expensive, the UK Government has revealed. A tunnel from Holyhead in Wales to Howth in Ireland was considered by the UK Government but found to be “unfeasible” by the study.