Are ferries running from Holyhead to Ireland?
The Holyhead Dublin ferry route connects Wales with Ireland and is currently operated by two ferry companies: Irish Ferries and Stena Line. Both services run up to four times per day with a sailing duration of 3 hr 15 min.
How long before ferry departure should I arrive Irish Ferries?
Sailing Check-in Passengers travelling with guide dogs or any domestic animal on the Ireland France route must check in 2 hours before departure. Please allow a little extra time if you need to collect tickets at the port.
Are ferries running from Wales to Ireland?
There are 3 ferry routes operating between Wales and Ireland offering you combined total of 77 sailings per week. Irish Ferries operates 2 routes, Pembroke to Rosslare runs 14 times per week & Holyhead to Dublin about 3 times daily.
Do you have to wear a mask on Irish Ferries?
In accordance with public health guidelines, it is recommended to wear face coverings while onboard our ships for the safety of all.
Is there a ferry from Dublin to Holyhead?
Irish Ferries offer several daily sailings from Dublin to Holyhead, where you can take your car, pets, and as much luggage as you need. Once aboard you can relax and unwind. Once aboard you can relax and unwind.
Why is the sailing from Dublin to Holyhead cancelled?
Irish Ferries regrets to advise that due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic situation, the 10.40hrs Holyhead to Dublin Swift sailing has now been cancelled due to extraordinary reasons. You can be accommodated on our 14:10 Ulysses sailing instead.
Are there ferries from Dublin to the UK?
Ferry travel offers more flexibility in terms of luggage, timing, and comfort. Irish Ferries currently have two ferries on the Dublin Holyhead route. If you’re looking to travel to Ireland or the UK in style, consider booking passage aboard the Ulysses.
How to contact Irish Ferries in Britain or France?
Contact details for Irish Ferries Offices and ports in Britain De la France (info en anglais): + 353 (0)818 300 400 Pour obtenir les coordonnées de Irish Ferries en France If calling from Ireland phone: + 353 (0)818 300 400