Stena Line is one of the world's biggest ferry companies and offers you a range of frequent, fast and conventional ferry services around the UK, Ireland, Holland, France, Scandinavia and in the Baltic sea.
With numerous ferries in operation across a vast network of routes, each year more than 14 million people travel to their destination with Stena Line.
Stena Line constantly develops this network of routes by acquiring or establishing new routes and no other ferry operator offers more choice of crossing style.
More recently Stena Line acquired the routes of Celtic Link Ferries between Ireland and France adding another new destination to an already long list.
With directferries.co.uk you can find Stena Line timetables, fares and book Stena Line ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare Stena Line with alternative ferry companies.
"Good smooth crossing and comfortable ship"
Both of the crossings were bang on time leaving and departing, the ship was clean and the facilities were good. Had a really nice breakfast on the trip out, on the overnight crossing on the way back I did nothing but sleep:) good announcements from the captain kept everyone up to date with progress etc.
'Andy' travelled with Stena Line on Stena AdventurerRead More Read Less
"Job well done"
We travelled with our 3 children, used the service at Christmas and didn't book a cabin. Arrrive early enough and you can get great seats near to the kids play area. Food is generally good and not bad value. There were 3 films at the cinema. And there was great entertainment for the kids. I would recommend this service and I will be using it again.
'David' travelled with Stena Line on Stena MerseyRead More Read Less
"Highly recommend "
We chose this route as an alternative to the usual Holyhead-Dublin route. We would highly recommend this more rest time, quick service and we were given vouchers to spend due to delay on the way home.
'Keith' travelled with Stena Line on Stena Mersey/Stena LaganRead More Read Less
Given the recent weather conditions the ferry crossings were easy and I couldn't fault the service once on board. I would have to criticise the very poor website information and lack of travel alerts, it was only when we arrived in Belfast that we learned the ferry would be delayed by 90min & the cairnryan road to Girvan was also closed, thankfully this was opened by the time we arrived.
'Anonymous' travelled with Stena Line on Superfast VII/Superfast VIIIRead More Read Less