ferry Liverpool - Dublin

Travelling by ferry from Liverpool to Dublin

You want to travel from Liverpool to Dublin? Then the ferry Liverpool - Dublin offers you a fast and cheap option for your trip. The ferry takes you 12 times a week in 8 hour(s) from Liverpool (England, Great Britain) to Dublin (Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries).

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Info on the ferry Liverpool - Dublin

Ferry connection: ferry Liverpool - Dublin
Start port: Liverpool (England, Great Britain)
Destination port: Dublin (Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries)
Travel time / journey time: 8 hour(s)
Number of crossings: 12 times a week
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Your shipping company: P&O Ferries

Port information for your journey by ferry from Liverpool to Dublin


Liverpool

What does Liverpool stand for? For its two traditional football clubs, for the Beatles, for the Royal Liver Building and for its inhabitants, officially called Liverpudlians. The historic part of the city has been a World Heritage Site since 2004, with Albert Dock and Pier Head being popular places to visit. The city has two cathedrals and several large museums. Speke Hall manor house impresses with its half-timbered construction and a garden dating back to 1598. Those who follow in the footsteps of the Beatles will be fascinated by Penny Lane, Cavern Club and “The Beatles Story”. And if you don’t know what a superlambanana is, the answer is also in Liverpool. From the 133-metre-high television tower, there is a unique view over the entire city.

Here you will find more information about the port, addresses of the ferry terminals, excursions in Liverpool and the surrounding area, as well as all the Ferries to Liverpool.


Dublin

The Irish capital knows how to delight its guests with a varied programme. In the Temple Bar district, you’ll walk over cobblestones through the medieval streets of the old town. After the cathedral, the castle, Grafton Street and the National Gallery, you can experience the Irish way of life with a glass of Guinness in one of the many pubs. In Trinity College, the richly decorated Book of the Celts is fascinating, in the Little Museum of Dublin, carefully selected exhibits bear witness to life in the capital and in the abandoned Kilmainham Gaol prison, eerie stories give you the creeps.

Here you will find more information about the port, addresses of the ferry terminals, excursions in Dublin and the surrounding area, as well as all the Ferries to Dublin.


Questions & Answers about the ferry Liverpool - Dublin

Here you can find answers to various questions such as the number of departures, departure times and journey times as well as current waiting times for the journey from Liverpool to Dublin.


››› Which ferries / shipping companies sail from Liverpool to Dublin?

The ferry connection from Liverpool to Dublin is currently operated by the shipping company P&O Ferries.


››› How much is the ferry from Liverpool to Dublin by car, caravan or motorhome?

The prices on the ferry connection from Liverpool to Dublin depend heavily on the load, the time of the journey, the vehicle itself and other points. You can do a simple price check here: ››› Check price.


››› Where can I book the ferry from Liverpool to Dublin?

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››› How often does the ferry go from Liverpool to Dublin?

The ferry connection Liverpool-Dublin is currently 12 times a week offered.


››› How long does the ferry take to get from Liverpool to Dublin?

The travel duration (duration of the crossing) by ferry from Liverpool to Dublin currently takes 8 hour(s).


››› How do I get from Liverpool to Dublin?

The best and most relaxed way to travel currently from Liverpool to Dublin is to use the Liverpool-Dublin ferry connection.


››› What can I do on board the ferry during the crossing?

During your journey from Liverpool to Dublin, you have a variety of ways to pass the time on board your ferry. You can relax, shop, play sports or linger in the restaurant and enjoy a variety of delicacies.


››› Can I take my dog / pet with me on the ferry?

Yes, that is not a problem. Dogs and smaller pets such as cats travel normally on the ferry. On some ferries, animals must remain in the vehicle on the vehicle deck, on other ferries they can also be taken into the passenger areas.


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