Book your ferry from HOLYHEAD to DUBLIN with NetFerry!
Are you trying to find out how to get to Dublin? Find the best ferry from Holyhead to Dublin by accessing NetFerry online booking service. Our pages give you all the info for your trip to Dublin from Holyhead including the prices, timetables and duration of the crossings.
The link between Holyhead and Dublin is served by the maritime company Stena who provide 28 weekly sailings with travel times that don't exceed 3 hr 15 min and frequent, all day departures. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. Once on board, you can enjoy all of the services provided to make your trip as pleasant as possible.
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Port of HOLYHEAD
Holyhead Ferry Terminals, one for passengers & one for vehicles, are operated by Stena Line & Irish Ferries, operating services to Ireland. The town of Holyhead is very closeby and has several excellent places to eat plus a local theatre and a cinema. Getting to and from the terminal Holyhead passenger ferry terminal, located close to the town centre, is conveniently situated at the end of the A55 dual carriageway approximately 1 hour 40 from the city of Chester. It is 2 hours from Liverpool, 2 hours 20 from Manchester and 3 hours 15 from Birmingham. If you are travelling from Lo... [More information]
Address: One Holyhead Anglesey LL65 2BU
Directions: Google Map @ Holyhead, port
Guide of DUBLIN
Dublin is a small capital, with wonders to be discovered in every corner, located on the east coast of Ireland, it unites the ancient and the modern, giving life to a culturally stimulating atmosphere. A breif history of Dublin The presence of megalithic monuments proves that the Dublin area was already inhabited in the Neolithic period. In this period stone monuments were erected at this site to revere the souls of the dead. In the 6th century, the Celts arrived from Continental Europe and divided the territory into 150 kingdoms, each with its own king. The city of Dublin was known as B... [More information]
28 weekly sailings - Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes
Ships: Stena Adventurer , Stena Estrid