If you’re planning a trip by ferry without a car, then why not rail and sail with a train and ferry combined ticket? With 1000’s of train stations spread across the UK, travelling by rail and sea means total flexibility to plan your trip, all in one booking and at amazingly cheap prices too!
Travel from your local train station and connect with the ferry to open up a wide range of destinations in Ireland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Wight and Scotland.
If you‘re an experienced rail sail traveller then book now from the fare search, otherwise browse the train and ferry ticket information pages on our site!
The ‘Sailrail’ service as it’s known when you travel by train and then ferry across the Irish Sea to Ireland is not only affordable but also the convenient and comfortable way to travel to Ireland.
Train and ferry ticket to Ireland will utilise the routes shown below. Get more information on this service at our dedicated train and ferry to Ireland page.
Please note: Direct Ferries are working in conjunction with thetrainline.com to offer you the facility to buy train and ferry combined tickets online. ‘Rail and sail’ or ‘train and ferry’ ticket combinations purchased via this site will be provided by thetrainline.com, and not Direct Ferries. Therefore, should you have any queries related to this product, please contact thetrainline.com.
Information on these Rail and Sail by train and ferry pages is provided for guide purposes only and you are advised to do your own investigation regarding transfers and connecting services.