Fastnet Line Ferries

Ferries to Ireland from UK with Fastnet Line

Fastnet Line ferries are a fairly new addition to the ferry crossing to Ireland, with their route running from Swansea to Cork. Swansea ferry port is easily accessible, lieing just at the end of the M4. The ferry crossing from Swansea to Cork take a bit longer than other crossings but for anyone intending to enjoy a trip to Cork or elsewhere in southern Ireland, it is worthwhile considering the Fastnet ferries from Swansea. See our booking engine below to compare prices for ferry travel to either the ports in the south of Ireland (Cork and Rosslare) or crossings to Dublin.

Ferries to South of Ireland

Compare all Ferry crossings to south of Ireland:

  • Swansea to Cork
  • Pembroke to Rosslare
  • Fishguard to Rosslare

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Ferries to South Ireland

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Ferries to Dublin

Compare all ferries to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire:

  • Holyhead to Dublin / Dun Laoghaire
  • Liverpool to Dublin
  • Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin

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Ferries to Dublin

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Fastnet Line Ferries from Swansea to Cork

There are 3 crossings per day during the winter months, and 4 crossings during peak summer time in July and August. Crossings from Swansea to Cork take around 12 hours.

Fastnet Line Ships

The Fastnet Line route from Swanea to Cork is serviced by one ship, The Julia. This ferry has a 1,500 passenger capacity, with room for 440 cars. There are also 300 cabins onboard, offering accommodation for families and single passengers. There's a wonderful restaurant onboard too, offering a fine selection of 3 course meals, plus a self-service restaurant and a cafe if you are after something quick and easy. To keep you and the family entertained, there's also a children's play area, shops, wi-fi, cinema, and a casino. For those needing to organise any onward travel there's a tourist information centre, and pets are well catered for in the pet kennels.

Compare Ferries to Ireland - all operators, routes and prices

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We compare all Irish ferry operators to find you the cheapest tickets and fares for ferries to Ireland, including Stena Line Ferries, P & O Ferries, Irish Ferries, Norfolkline Ferries and Fastnet Line Ferries. Click here to compare Ferries to Ireland or click on the links below for more information about each Irish ferry operator...