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Ferries to Belfast

Steam Packet Douglas to Belfast
Crossing Duration 2 Sailings Weekly
Sailing Schedules 2 hour 45 minute crossing
Stena Line Cairnryan to Belfast
Crossing Duration 5 Sailings Daily
Sailing Schedules 2 hour 15 minute crossing
Stena Line Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast
Crossing Duration 13 Sailings Weekly
Sailing Schedules 8 hour crossing
Ferry to Belfast reviews
Read our most recent reviews
Our most recent Belfast customer reviews are below, read more by visiting our ship pages.

"Relaxing Trip"

Reviewed 20 August 2014 by Tara

I traveled from Cairnyan to Belfast Tuesday, August 12th. The ship was clean, with lots to do, and great food. An easy trip thanks to Stena Line.

'Tara' travelled by Ferry to Belfast with Stena Line on Superfast VII

"Overnight stay in Belfast "

Reviewed 14 August 2014 by Stephen

Excellent experience with stena . Absolutely no complaints .

'Stephen' travelled by Ferry to Belfast with Stena Line on Superfast VIII

"Tuesday day time crossings"

Reviewed 12 August 2014 by Anonymous

It was the first time we had used this crossing and even though we crossed by day we took a cabin at £25 for bags, naps, showering and changing; this proved very worthwhile and we'd do it again, or (now we've seen the comfort of the cabin) would cross by night. My wife enjoyed watching two (of the three)films on the way out but some were repeated on the return journey(one week later)which reduced her options for passing the time. Even for July/August it was not overcrowded so comfortable seats were available. The barista could do with 2 staff at the very beginning as all passengers start with a hot drink. Snacks (eg crisps @ 90p) were expensive: at ordinary shop prices, we would have bought on board; at those prices we will bring our own. The ships ran punctually but disembarkation (from the top deck) was slow at both ends. On the way out we sat in the car for over 15 minutes, but were pleased to be warned on the return journey and told to wait a little before going to the car deck. All in all we were impressed.

'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Belfast with Stena Line on Stena Lagan

"belfast trip"

Reviewed 11 August 2014 by Joan

The trip was smooth and enjoyable. First time travelling by ferry. From embarking to disembarking everything was run efficiently. Because the cost of travelling this way was so cheap we treated ourselves to a cabin. This is definitely the way to travel!! All crew in service areas were friendly and made the trip a pleasure.

'Joan' travelled by Ferry to Belfast with Stena Line on Stena Lagan

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