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The Port of Dublin

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Dublin ferry port it's the biggest in Ireland and has over 1.7 million passengers annually. It's modern facility with three terminals used by Irish Ferries (T1), Stena Line (T2) and P&O Ferries (T3). The port covers routes to Livelpool, Holyhead and Cherbourg. The shortest route is about 2 hours, to Holyhead, and the longest around 18 hours 30 minutes, to Cherbourg.

 

Cross channel operators Departure Destination Weekly Crossings Duration
P&O IRish sea   P&O IRish sea Liverpool Dublin 20 8 hours
Stena Line   Stena Line Holyhead Dublin 28 3h 30min
Irish Ferries   Irish Ferries Holyhead Dublin 28 2 hours
Irish Ferries   Irish Ferries Cherbourg Dublin 1 18h 30min
         

 

GPS co ordinates Latitude Longitude
Dublin Ferry Port 53º20'42.0" N (53.34500 N) 6º11'46.5" W (-6.19625 E)
     

 Driving To Dublin

 

Dublin Ferry Port by Car

Dublin ferry port is located only minutes away from the city centre and it's very well signed. You just need to go east following the Liffey river and the signs.

 

Updated: 23 November 2017

by Paul Quigley