The ferry port of Troon in Scotland is your gateway to Northern Ireland with the Troon to Larne ferry crossing running about 14 times per week. The Troon to Larne ferry route is operated by P&O Irish Sea and the sailing itself is from around 2 hours 15 minutes.
Troon ferry port can be found just north of Ayr & Prestwick on the West coast of Scotland on the Firth of Clyde and is well sheltered by the Isle of Arran across the water.
Regular ferry services connect Troon with Northern Ireland which is just 70 nautical miles away.
In addition to providing a gateway to the UK mainland from Northern Ireland, Troon is also West Scotland's principal fishing port.
Troon itself is a charming destination. Well known to the golf enthusiast, Troon has many hotels and B&Bs, along with a variety of facilities on the esplanade, which make it popular with tourists.
Located just north of Ayr & Prestwick on the West coast of Scotland, the Port of Troon is approached from the A78 from Irvine to the north & from the A77 from Ayr or from Kilmarnock to the west. Follow the signs to the Ferry Port.
Troon railway station offers good connections to Glasgow and Paisley, twice hourly. There are also connecting services to Ayr, Kilmarnock and Newcastle. The railway station is approximately 20-30 minutes on foot from the Ferry Terminal.
For more information and booking, please visit our trains to Troon page.
There are short and long term pay and display car parking facilities adjacent to the ferry terminal.
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Troon Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Troon Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!