Compare ferries from Northern Ireland to Isle of Man
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About Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom, located in the North-east part of the island of Ireland, with the Republic of Ireland in the South-west.

Northern Ireland has plenty of inspirational locations, stunning landscapes and friendly people. Each region in Northern Ireland is very distinctive with much to offer. Its capital and largest city Belfast was the birthplace of the Titanic and now has the world’s largest Titanic Belfast visitor experience to uncover the story of the Titanic.

The ports of Northern Ireland provide the perfect gateway to the rest of the UK by ferry with regular and high speed crossings on offer to Scotland and the Isle of Man as well as a longer crossings travelling further south to England.

Ireland features many ferry departures to the UK as well as some routes to the continent via France so you could also choose to drive to Ireland and sail from there.

About Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is a self-governing, British crown dependency, situated halfway between Northern Ireland and the northwest of England.

One of Britain’s five UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves, as of 2016, the Isle of Man is both geographically attractive and culturally intriguing, with its own language, a national dish of herring and potatoes and the oldest continuous parliament in the world. This is all found alongside gorgeous, green valleys and ruggedly picturesque coastlines.

For the majority of the year, life on the Isle of Man is quiet and relaxing. However, from May to June it hosts the world famous TT motorbike races, attracting over fifty thousand revellers each year.

The Isle of Man lies close to the borders of England, Northern Ireland and Ireland, which makes travelling by ferry the easiest and most convenient way to get there, with numerous sailings to Douglas on the southeast coast.

Ferries from Northern Ireland to Isle of Man

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