Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries is Ireland's leading ferry company operating ferry services between Ireland, the UK and France and caters for passengers, vehicles and freight units.

Over the last few years, Irish Ferries has invested over €450 million in their fleet and port facilities and now have one of the most modern fleets in Europe.

All Irish Ferries vessels have a variety of quality restaurants, cafes and bars including entertainment zones and TV lounges.

Irish Ferries is regularly recognized for its commitment and quality having won ‘Best Ferry Company’ in the Irish Travel Industry Awards and the Irish Travel Trade Awards along with various other accolades through the years.

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

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Irish Ferries Customer Reviews

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  • "Dublin to Holyhead and back"

    We traveled in both directions on this vessel as walk-ons. From booking to the completion of both trips the experience was outstanding.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries on Ulysses/Dublin Swift

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  • "Easy sailing"

    Loved the trip. The war was hard to find

    'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift

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  • "Holyhead-Dublin crossing"

    A pleasant experience travelling with Irish Ferries. Swift and efficient access to the ferry after showing booking information. Facilities were basic but clean and well managed. Staff were polite and friendly with our children who purchased items in the shop. Many thanks

    'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin Swift/Stena Superfast X

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  • "Quality Travelling"

    The whole experience both on depart and return was well organised and well managed. This was our first time on this ferry or route.

    'Valerie' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of Inishmore

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