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.
"Comfortable journey as usual"
It was a pleasant enough crossing. I drive through the night to get to Harwich port so can the sleep in the cabin. All I would say it why do they cross to arrive at rush-hour in Holland? I then drive on to Germany from Hook and the traffic is an absolute nightmare at the time they dock.
'Marc' travelled with Stena Line on Stena BritannicaRead More Read Less
I have recently travelled between Liverpool and Belfast. My journey on the ferry was a pleasure, and the staff were helpful and friendly
'Anonymous' travelled with Stena Line on Stena Lagan/Stena MerseyRead More Read Less
"A Fine Start"
I arrived early for departure and was very happy with the speed and efficiency of the service. The crossing was smooth and the seating in the Stena Plus Lounge was very comfortable. Access to my car for disembarkation was trouble free and all in all I was totally satisfied with my experience on the Stena Superfast VII ferry.
'David' travelled with Stena Line on Superfast VIIRead More Read Less
Great service, friendly staff. We got an outside cabin e even though the trip was only 3.5hrs - well worth it.
'Wes' travelled with Stena Line on Stena AdventurerRead More Read Less