Irish Ferries is Ireland's leading ferry company, operating ferry services between Ireland, the UK and France while catering for passengers, vehicles and freight units.
The company is regularly recognised 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.
Over the last few years, Irish Ferries has invested over €450 million in its fleet and port facilities, and now has 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. ‘Dublin Swift’ is the only fast-craft on the Irish Sea taking you across in just 1 hour 49 minutes, ‘Ulysses’ is a large cruise ferry boasting a 2 screen cinema, ‘Isle of Inishmore’ offers stylish cabins in a relaxed environment, ‘Oscar Wilde’ is regarded as the most luxurious ship to sail between Rosslare and France, while ‘Epsilon’ was the latest addition to the fleet.
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.
"Return from Ireland"
The road works to port made last part or the journey tricky Once at port everything was goodRead More Read Less
"Lovely and spacious "
Much nicer than most ferries, lots of room and can go out on deck. Areas to entertain children and nice bar area. Captain let us know timings and it was all very efficient. My only complaint was a coffee cost $4.50 the most expensive in the whole of our Ireland trip and when we went back for a second they would not reuse the takeaway cup they gave us the first time!Read More Read Less
Ferry trip there and back hassle free, excellent service from both crews securing motorcycle to the deck. Great all round service 👍🇮🇪🇨🇮Read More Read Less
We travelled on Epsilon going out which was one of the smaller ferries without Club class and there was a very bad vibration// rattle in the “ quiet” lounge. So loud that we were unable to sit there. We travelled back on Ulysses which was a much bigger ferry and we had booked Club class seats which were very good but really could have done with higher backs as we had been on the road since 2 am. The snacks provided were very welcome. Priority loading was good and we were away off the ferry very promptly on docking in Holyhead.Read More Read Less