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Taking the ferry is one of the easiest and most comfortable ways to get to and from Ireland and Liverpool and Dublin is one of the popular routes between these two major port cities.
It also offers a practical alternative to the very busy Holyhead to Dublin route for those who don’t want to travel from the North of England across Wales to get to the ferry port.
A busy route from Liverpool to Dublin, this route has a full timetable of ferries that operate both day and overnight crossings ensuring that there is likely to be a ferry crossing that fits within your travel schedule.
A crossing takes approximately 8 and a half hours so there is plenty of time to relax and rest in comfort during your journey.
This takes a little longer than the Holyhead to Dublin ferry route so if you aren’t in a rush and want to take it easy when you travel this could be the route for you.
There is one ferry operator running the multiple crossings per day on this particular route and the prices start from approximately £250 per person travelling with a standard sized car. Foot passengers are not able to travel this route so if you need to travel without a car there are alternative routes available between Holyhead and Dublin.
For those travelling in a group with a vehicle this is one of the cheapest methods to travel between the UK and Dublin. The more people in your vehicle the cheaper overall the price per person is!
Your ticket includes two free meals for the 8 hour trip and if you are travelling on an overnight crossing a shared berth cabin for you to rest in.
For those who want a direct route between England and Ireland this is one of the best you can choose from.
There are other routes of course including the busy Holyhead to Dublin route or for those travelling to Northern Ireland you can travel between Cairnyran to Larne but both of these require a drive or trip across Wales or Scotland to make the ferry trip.
Both Liverpool and Dublin are large and busy ports and this route in particular offers a great deal of flexibility with when and how you travel between the United Kingdom and Ireland. Day and overnight crossings are available and with no baggage limits there are few better and more comfortable ways to travel.
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You can check in from 1am for a 3am depart time, 7.30am for a 9.30am departure time and 7pm for a 9pm departure time. When you arrive at the port follow the directions and try to check in 1 hour and 15 minutes before departure to ensure there is enough time to get through security checks. This is a busy port so allow yourself plenty of time.
You can use £ sterling and € Euros on-board.
Yes, some ferries have wifi.
None. Unlike airports, your baggage allowance is determined by how much you can get in your vehicle!
Yes. There are several areas where kids can entertain themselves.
Unfortunately foot passengers are not able to travel on this route. If you need to travel without a vehicle then you can always travel on an alternative route such as the Cairynan to Larne or Holyhead to Dublin route.
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