Where do North Sea ferries sail to?


Where do North Sea ferries sail to?

NORTH SEA FERRIES & ROUTES​ DFDS operates North Sea ferry routes between the UK, Holland, Denmark and Norway. Including 2 daily overnight sailings between Newcastle and Amsterdam, as well as Copenhagen and Oslo. There’s no easier or more enjoyable way to take your car or other vehicle across the North Sea.

Where can you go by ferry from Ireland?

Ferries to Britain, France And The Rest Of Europe Travel to Wales on our Dublin to Holyhead or Rosslare to Fishguard routes. If you’re travelling from Northern Ireland, you can sail direct to the UK on our Belfast to Cairnryan and Belfast to Liverpool ferry routes.

What ferries go from Ireland to the UK?

There are 2 ferry routes operating between Ireland and England offering you combined total of 21 sailings per week. P&O Irish Sea operates 1 route, Dublin to Liverpool which runs 7 times weekly. Stena Line operates 1 route, Belfast to Liverpool Birkenhead which runs 14 times weekly.

Is there a ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland?

There are two main sea ferry lines that connect Northern Ireland to Scotland: Cairnryan-Larne Ferry and Stena Line’s Cairnryan-Belfast Ferry. Both of these options have multiple departures throughout each day, providing you with maximum flexibility when scheduling your specific itinerary.

Is the ferry from Hull to Rotterdam running?

The Hull Rotterdam ferry route connects England with Holland. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, P&O Ferries. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 11 hours.

Is there a ferry from Dublin to Scotland?

Ferries depart from Dublin Port and sail to Holyhead in Wales, where passengers can begin a rail journey to Edinburgh. Irish Ferries’ fast ferry completes the first leg of the trip in one hour and 49 minutes, while the same company’s cruise ferry and Stena Line’s ferry take around three hours 15 minutes.

Is there a ferry from Ireland to Holland?

There are over 12 ferry routes connecting the Netherlands to the UK, Ireland and Iceland. The most popular routes for freight, HGV and van couriers include Immingham – Rotterdam Vlaardingen, Harwich – Hook of Holland and Killingholme – Hook of Holland.

Is there a ferry from Ireland to Bristol?

The best way to get from Ireland to Bristol without a car is to car ferry and train via Crewe which takes 11h 30m and costs .

Is there a ferry from Northern Ireland to Islay?

Kintyre Express is a fast passenger ferry service that opens up Islay and Northern Ireland for our guests to explore. This express ferry service connects Campbeltown in Kintyre, Ballycastle on the Antrim Coast and Port Ellen on our own Isle of Islay.