Dublin Holyhead Ferries
Ferry Crossings from Dublin to Holyhead
Situated 2 miles form Dublin city centre, Dublin Port is Irelands busiest ferry port, with up to 18 sailings daily to the UK, and the continent. With 3 ferry terminals, and a choice of 4 ferry operators - Irish Ferries, Stena Line, Isle of Man Steam Packet, and P&O Irish Sea Ferries, destinations include Holyhead, Liverpool, Mostyn, and Cherbourg.
Holyhead is situated in Anglesey in North Wales and is served by the A55 (newly improved expressway reducing journey times by up to 30 minutes) and A5 road networks. It is convenient for travel to or from the North of England, North Wales or the Midlands. Holyhead is of course the only port with direct travel by sea to and from Dublin City. There are excellent road connections to and from London and the South East. Holyhead has an excellent rail service providing connections to rail stations throughout Britain. Services are operated by Stena Line, and Irish Ferries.
Book Dublin Holyhead ferries with these Ferry Operators:
Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead, operated by Stena Line
Dublin to Mostyn, operated by P&O Irish Sea Ferries
Stena Line has the widest ferry route
network across Europe to and from the
UK, Ireland, Holland, Scotland and
Wales offering fast connections
for both leisure and business
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17 ferry routes Stena
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