Celtic Link Ferries

Celtic Link Ferries provided ferry services from Rosslare to Cherbourg for tourist and freight vehicles until their acquisition by Stena Line in March 2014.

Celtic Link Ferries was set up in 2005 to meet the demand for a regular and reliable ferry service for cars, freight and passengers between Rosslare and Cherbourg. The service and pricing was designed to provide a low fares, no frills, value for money service on the stretch between Ireland and France.

While running the service, Celtic Link Ferries claimed to be the most daring, innovative and most importantly cost-effective ferry operator connecting Ireland with France.

Use directferries.co.uk to find Celtic Link Ferries timetables, prices and to book Celtic Link Ferries ferry tickets. Looking for the lowest fares for your destination? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare Celtic Link Ferries with alternative ferry companies.

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Celtic Link Ferries customer reviews

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  • "satisfied "

    We were very pleased with the ferry - Thank you!

    'Mäder' travelled with Celtic Link Ferries on Norman Voyager

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  • "good ship "

    good ship, luxury and comfort.

    'Zahno' travelled with Celtic Link Ferries

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  • "Cherbourg - Rosslare with Celtic Link Ferries "

    Ladies and gentlemen! I had booked the ferry already in winter and not even got an bank account number to transfer the cost of ferry. You should really work on that point. So I had to - only for this booking - in fact, get a credit card. You could also work. on that. The rest was convincing. The settlement on the ferry stations was easy and took place without much paper. Everything was professionally prepared and organized. Of course I use this connection on my next trip to Ireland again. Sincerely

    'Manfred' travelled with Celtic Link Ferries

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  • "Beautiful holiday beginning "

    Gladly again

    'Bernd' travelled with Celtic Link Ferries

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