Ferries to Cork

Ferry Routes to Cork from UK

Cork is a ferry port in the south of Ireland, just south of Cork city. UK Ferries to Cork run from Swansea in Wales and are operated by Fastnet Line Ferries. Ferries to Cork also run from France.

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Ferries to Cork or Rosslare

Compare all Ferry crossings to south of Ireland:

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

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Ferries to Dublin

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

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Ferries to Dublin

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About Cork Ferry Terminal and Ferries to Cork

Cork ferry port is situated to the south of the city of Cork, in County Cork. The port itself actually covers a huge area, being spread wide across the Port of Cork, making it the second biggest port in the world behind the Sydney port, Port Jackson. Cork ferry terminal is close to the motorway network, and around 3 hours by car from Dublin.

Travel to and from Cork Ferry Port

Cork Ferry Port by Car

Cork ferry port is just south of Cork city, and can be reached by car on the N28.


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Moving on From Cork

There is a lot to see and enjoy in and around Cork, but other places of interest nearby include Killarney, County Kerry, which is around a one and a half hours drive from Cork ferry port.

Ferry Operators to Cork

Ferries from UK to Cork ferry port are operated by Fastnet Line Ferries.

Ferry Routes to Cork

The car and passenger routes for ferries to Cork go from Swansea. Click on the links below to find out more about this route:

Alternative Ferry Ports and Ferry Routes

The best alternative routes for ferries to Cork depend on your onward travel plans. For those intending to stay in the south of Ireland, then ferries to Rosslare may be a good option. For those heading north or west, you should consider ferries to Dublin or Dun Laoghaire.

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