Dublin ferry port in Ireland is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Liverpool, Holyhead, Cherbourg & Douglas available. With a selection of up to 14 Sailings Daily, the port of Dublin connects Ireland with England, Wales, France & Isle of Man.
Sailing durations range from 2 hours 15 minutes on the Holyhead service to 18 hours on the Cherbourg service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Dublin fare search.
There are a wide variety of ferries that run to Dublin at the moment, from a range of destinations, such as Wales, France, England, and the Isle of Man. Indeed, there are up to 87 ferries a week running to Dublin, and with sail times varying between 2 hours and 15 minutes, to 18 hours, there is no shortage of choice of ferries. All of the operators that provide ferries to Dublin all have modern and spacious ships, ensuring that your comfort will be assured no matter what route you choose to take.
As there are so many different ferries running to Dublin port, and there are often so many changes to the ferry schedule, there is no one specific timetable for the ferries that run from here. On average, there are about 87 ferries a week that run from here, although this number can change due to times of year, as well as other factors. We will always do out best to provide you with the most up to date information about ferry schedules when you are booking your tickets.
Again, the number of ferries that are available as well as the number of different routes, means that there is not one single cost available to give. Fares can depend on what time of year you are travelling, where you are travelling to, and how you are travelling (either by foot or with a car). We recommend checking out our helpful fare finder tool to find the best route and price for you, and be sure to sign up for our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.
There are seven different ferry terminals at Dublin Port, three of which host the operators that you may be travelling with; for Irish Ferries and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, head to Terminal 1, for Stena Line head to Terminal 2, and for P&O Ferries head to Terminal 3. As all of these terminals are within the main port complex, you don’t have to worry about getting lost, and all of these terminals have the basic amenities of toilets, access for disabled passengers, and 24 hour seated areas. There is also a café, as well as vending machines, and areas to keep children occupied, so you don’t have to worry whilst waiting for your ferry.
Terminal 1, Dublin Port, Dublin 1, D01 P3K2, Ireland North Quay Extension, Dublin
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Dublin Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Dublin Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!