Wales Ireland ferries are operated by Irish Ferries & Stena Line. Wales Ireland ferries run about 65 times per week. Ferry schedules can vary by season, operator, ship and route.
How long is the ferry from Wales to Ireland?
Ferry time from Wales to Ireland can vary between 2 hours 15 minutes and 5 hours . Ferry time can differ by ferry route, operator and ship.
What is the fastest ferry from Wales to Ireland?
The fastest crossing by ferry from Wales to Ireland is with Irish Ferries, on the Holyhead Dublin ferry in approximately 2 hours 15 minutes.
Can I take my car on the ferry from Wales to Ireland?
Passengers can take a car on the ferry from Wales to Ireland. Passengers can take a car on ferries with Irish Ferries & Stena Line.
How far is Wales to Ireland?
The distance between Wales and Ireland is 108.4 miles (174.5km) and 94.2 nautical miles from the nearest ports.
How much does a ferry cost from Wales to Ireland?
Ferry price from Wales to Ireland is based on a few booking preferences such as route, operator, vehicle type and whether you are sailing on a high-speed ferry or conventional ferry. Prices will often vary by season.
Ferries from Holyhead to Dublin
Holyhead Dublin ferries sail approximately 7 times daily and up to 53 times weekly with a sailing time of 3 hours 9 minutes.
Ferries from Fishguard to Rosslare
Ferries from Fishguard to Rosslare sail around 1 times daily and up to 12 times weekly with a duration of about 3 hours 44 minutes.
Wales to Ireland Ferry Offers and Discounts
For the best ferry offers, we recommend using our Deal Finder to compare ferry tickets and prices. Visit our special offers page to view current ferry offers.
How to book ferry tickets from Wales to Ireland
With Direct Ferries you can book and compare Wales Ireland ferry tickets, operators, timetables and prices using our Deal Finder.