Ferry from Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin

Ferries to Ireland from UK - Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin

Liverpool actually offers two crossings to Dublin: one departs from Liverpool ferry port with P&O Ferries, the other from Liverpool Birkenhead. The Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin route is operated by Norfolkline Ferries. This route takes around 7 hours, with around 12 sailings per week.

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

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  • Swansea to Cork
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Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin Ferry

The ferry route from Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin is operated by Norfolkline Ferries and the crossing takes around 7 hours. Liverpool is in the North West of England, well connected by the motorway network with both the M62 or M53 nearby. There are 2 ferry ports in Liverpool: Liverppol and Birkenhead. Both offer services to Dublin, although operated by different ferry companies. Find out more about both Liverpool ferry ports here. Dublin ferry port is just north of Dublin city, and is very close to the city centre. The port is situated at the end of the Irish M1 motorway. However, you should note that this section of the M1 is a toll road. For more, see our page on the Dublin ferry port here.

Alternative Ferry Ports and Ferry Routes

The most convenient alternative ferry route to the Norfolkline Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin crossing is the Liverpool to Dublin route by P&O Ferries. Liverpoll ferry port is just a few miles along from Liverpool centre, just across the River Mersey from Birkenhead. This route is operated by P and O Irish Ferries, and the crossing takes around 8 hours.

Depending on where you are travelling from in UK, you might also find it more convenient to take one of the ferries from Holyhead to Dublin or Dun Laoghaire. See the links below for alternative ferry routes.

If you are travelling from south Wales or south west England, and intend to travel south once you reach Ireland, you may wish to consider some of the other ports in the south of the country, Rosslare and Cork. Routes to these ferry terminals are:

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