COVID-19 Travel Information To ensure the health and safety of their passengers and crew, Stena Line has been working with health and regulatory officials to put in place the best procedures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The preventive measures below have been put in place to allow you to travel safely and with confidence: - Ships will operate at a reduced capacity to ensure customers and crew can maintain a safe social distance. - The ventilation and air conditioning systems on board will be using 100% fresh air. - Hand sanitiser dispencers will be available on board in public spaces and crew areas. - The crew, equipped with masks and gloves, will help passengers maintain a safe distance from each other in public spaces. - Increased frequency of cleaning all areas of the ship, with a particular focus on areas that have frequent hand contact such as door handles, handrails and tabletops. - Masks must be worn on all crossings to and from UK, France, Ireland and Holland.

COVID-19 Information Click here to visit our dedicated page for further information on the COVID-19 situation, including vouchers, cancellations, refunds and sailing changes.

Stena Line

One of the world’s largest ferry companies, Stena Line provides ferry services not only throughout the UK and Ireland, but also in much of Northern Europe, as well as throughout Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea.

Stena Line is known for providing some of the most popular routes in Europe, including the Harwich to Hook of Holland ferry, the Dublin to Holyhead ferry, the Frederikshavn to Oslo ferry, the Rostock to Trelleborg ferry, and the Gdynia to Karlskrona ferry. Indeed, there are up to 16 ferry routes throughout Europe that are provided by Stena Line, with up to 268 ferries running per week. This means that no matter where in Europe you are looking to travel, with Stena Line you can travel with all the ease and comfort that you deserve.

Onboard Stena Line ferries not only are you able to bring your car with you, you are able to travel with all the luxuries that you may not expect from a ferry. You can expect to find restaurants, cafes, bars, and shopping areas all on board most ferries, as well as reserved seating, so you will always have somewhere to relax, and onboard the longer ferry sailings there are cabins for you to relax and sleep in comfort. With 22 ferries operating currently across all 16 ferry routes, you can find all the amenities that you may need no matter how long or short your journey is.

Stena Line is constantly adding new ferry routes to its already vast network, by both acquiring or establishing new connections. No other ferry operator offers such a huge array of ferry crossings, especially with such luxurious ferries to travel on.

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.

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.

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Stena Line Customer Reviews

  • "Good service"

    Bit confusing as to whether terminal 1 or terminal 2- said terminal 1 on email. Journey was fine if a bit long- staff friendly and helpful

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  • "better than expected"

    The first time I have taken a car to Ireland,no complaints at all staff were great,really comfortable journey and on time.

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  • "A good trip"

    Very happy with the trip.....good ship and friendly staff

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  • "Children enjoyed their trip"

    The ferry was on time.my children enjoyed their trip with things to engage them like play area and cinema .I will use this service again.

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