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Coronavirus | Face Mask Requirements & Sailing Updates

As our all our routes continue to operate a regular service, we have taken several extra precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe & comfortable journey for all or customers. In accordance with public health guidelines, it is mandatory to wear face coverings at our ports and when onboard our ferries from the United Kingdom, on the Irish Sea and on all the routes between Denmark and Sweden where social distancing isn’t possible  Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to any questions you may have or visit our Sail Safe page. You can also amend your booking online. Read further information & travel conditions relating to Coronavirus.

Travel by Ferry to ireland

We offer a wide range of day & overnight sailings on our ferry routes to Ireland

Start your vacation to Ireland the easy way with Stena Line.  We offer a wide range of ferries routes to Ireland, with great fares starting at competitive rates, you can sit back and enjoy a relaxing trip with us. All our ferries to Ireland offer excellent onboard facilities to keep you and your family entertained while traveling in our fleet of ultra-modern ferries. 

 


How to book your ferry trip

Booking your ferry to Ireland from England, Scotland or Wales with Stena Line is quick and easy.  Just follow our step by step guide to book your ferry, cabins and any extras you need to make your journey an enjoyable one.

Top destinations in Ireland

Explore the top destinations in Ireland! From miles and miles beautiful yellow sand beaches to serine mountain vales, Ireland has it all.  Read our guide to the best places to visit when travelling around in Ireland.

Fare Types

View our different fare types available for reservation on our European routes

 

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Sailing Schedules

Easily plan your next ferry trip with our regularly updated schedules

 

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Ports

Get phone numbers, addresses and GPS directions to our Ports