Ferry to Ireland Tickets

Ferries to Ireland from UK - Booking Tickets

There are several ferry crossings from UK to Ireland, offered by five different ferry companies. All this choice can be a little confusing, and it can often be time consuming to find the right crossing, at the right time, and importantly, at the right price!

Hopefully by using our price comparison and booking engine below, you can find the right crossing and deal for you, instantly, without having to visit each individual site of the ferry operators. The prices and booking are provided by the Leisure Direction Group, one of the largest and most trusted travel and ferry agents in UK. Choose either to find prices of ferry crossings to the ports in the south part of Ireland (Cork and Rosslare) or the ferry ports near Dublin (Dublin and Dun Laoghaire). Specify dates, passenger and car details, and let the price comparison engine do the rest. It will find all the best deals for all crossings to those parts of Ireland, so you can choose the right price for you. Once you have found the right price, you can continue the booking process securely, online to purchase your tickets.

Find the best deals on ferry tickets to Ireland

Ferries to Dublin

Compare all ferries to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire:

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

Find the best deals and prices from all ferry operators, and book securely online.

Ferries to Dublin

All tickets are booked securely through our partner Leisure Direction, one of the largest ferry and tour agents in UK.

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

All tickets are booked securely through our partner Leisure Direction, one of the largest ferry and tour agents in UK.

Ferry Ports for Ferries to Ireland

Ferries to Ireland go from a variety of ports. For many, the most popular port is Holyhead in Anglesey, Wales. Ferries to Ireland also go from Pembroke and Fishguard in south Wales. From England, ferries to Ireland go from Liverpool and Liverpool Birkenhead.

The main ferry ports in Ireland include Cork, Dublin, Dun Laoghaire (just south of Dublin) and Rosslare.

Ferries to Ireland - Routes

The ferry routes to Ireland from England or Wales are:

Ferries to Ireland - Ferry Operators

There are several ferry operators offering routes to Ireland from UK, including many of the bigger names in ferry travel, such as P&O Irish Sea, Stena Line, Irish Ferries Ferries and Norfolkline Irish Sea. These ferry operators run ferries to Ireland from Liverpool, Holyhead, Pembroke and Fishguard. A newer ferry route to Ireland is now being offered by Fastnet Line Ferries, running from Swansea to Cork in the south of Ireland.

Compare Ferries to Ireland - all operators, routes and prices

Find the best prices for a ferry to Ireland

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...