Irish Ferries is Ireland's leading ferry company operating ferry services between Ireland, the UK and France and caters for passengers, vehicles and freight units.
Over the last few years, Irish Ferries has invested over €450 million in their fleet and port facilities and now have one of the most modern fleets in Europe.
All Irish Ferries vessels have a variety of quality restaurants, cafes and bars including entertainment zones and TV lounges.
Irish Ferries is regularly recognized for its commitment and quality having won ‘Best Ferry Company’ in the Irish Travel Industry Awards and the Irish Travel Trade Awards along with various other accolades through the years.
Use directferries.com to find Irish Ferries timetables, prices and to book Irish Ferries ferry tickets. Looking for the lowest fares for your destination? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare Irish Ferries with alternative ferry companies.
At Dublin Port signs for the the ferry were well marked making straightforward to get to the gate. There I was greeted by friendly staff and speedy processing. From putting the car on the ship, to passing the time with a movie and shopping on board, to leaving at Holyhead, all staff I encountered were very courteous and professional. Although seas were rather rough that day it was a very pleasant crossing.
'Mike' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin SwiftRead More Read Less
Staff, facilities all great. Trip was smooth n entry n exit all went smoothly with staff being very helpful to someone who was new to the trip
'Tracey' travelled with Irish Ferries on UlyssesRead More Read Less
Yes, you can fly from Dublin to London. You can arrive at the airport 1-2 hours before flight time and hope that your flight has not been delayed. Once aboard you can jam your stuff into an overhead bin and squeeze your body into a cramped seat with no leg room. Or you can hop the Dublin Swift. Arrive at the port 30 minutes before departure. Walk onto the boat. Find a seat. Make yourself at home. The seating is comfortable and spacious. And there is room to walk, in the aisles, up to the bar, out onto the deck. If you book first class seating, the continental breakfast offerings are yours for the taking. The Swift left on time. It took two hours to sail from Dublin to Wales. We arrived in Holyhead on time, docked and quickly disembarked- within easy walking distance of the train station. The online site was easy to navigate- no pun intended. Booking was easy. And the crossing was smooth and relaxing. All in all, a very enjoyable way to travel in this frenetic age.
'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries on Dublin SwiftRead More Read Less
"Pembroke Rosslair return"
Very happy to recommend. Staff could not have been more attentive and helpful.
'Christopher' travelled with Irish Ferries on Isle of InishmoreRead More Read Less