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Troon Larne Ferry reviews

  • "Service to Belfast"

    Excellent service, punctual sailing, good facilities, excellent value

    'Express' travelled on Express

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  • "Great, efficient sailing."

    I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to Northern Ireland for my nephew's wedding. The staff were friendly and the timing was perfect. I would definitely recommend the Express P&O service Troon and Larne

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  • "Always Travel with P&O"

    Great Service Friendly and Helpful Staff, Me and my Family done this trip from Troon to Larne, We enjoyed this trip.i always recommend P&O.

    'Express' travelled on Express

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  • "A lovely way to get Cross the Sea!"

    We had a tremendous experience aboard the Express from Troon to Larne! The service was terrific and the speed of loading and unloading was so much better than we could have imagined! We will definitely ride again some day!

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Troon Guide

The Scottish town of Troon is located in South Ayrshire and lies on the Scottish west coast around 13 km to the north of Ayr and 5 km to the north west of Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. The Isle of Arran is visible from Troon across the Firth of Clyde. Troon is perhaps best known for its golf course, The Royal Troon Golf Course, and is one of the hosts of the Open Championship. The course hosts the tournament roughly every seven years. The town's development was helped by its port which was home to the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company which built many ships for customers around the world. The fishing fleet from Ayr moved to Troon Harbour and a revitalisation of the abandoned section of the harbour started. An approach road was constructed to connect to a P&O terminal which operates a service to Ireland.

Troon's harbour is one of the most sheltered in the west of Scotland and has good access roads and onward connections to the rest of the UK. Ferry services from the port depart to Belfast and Larne in Northern Ireland.


Larne Guide

Larne is a town and seaport located in Country Antrim in Northern Ireland and lies on the western side of a narrow inlet linking Larne Lough to the sea. The port of Larne regular receives ferries from Cairnryan of Scotland, operated by P&O Irish Sea.

The area around the town has been inhabited for over a thousand years and is believed to have been one of the earliest inhabited areas in Ireland, with the settlers thought to have arrived from Scotland via the North Channel.

In Larne’s slightly more recent history, the Scots-Irish Bissett family built Olderfleet Castle at Curran Point in the 13th century and in 1315 Edward the Bruce of Scotland, who was Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland's brother, arrived in Larne with his army on his way to conquering Ireland.