Ferries to Northern Ireland
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New Cairnryan to Belfast Ferry
The Stranrear to Belfast ferry route has been discontinued and replaced by a new route Cairnryan to Belfast serviced by two new superfast ferries. Sail between Scotland and Northern Ireland in a crossing time of only 2 hours 15 minutes with a choice of up to 6 daily crossings.
More about Northern Ireland
Sailing in the historic city of Belfast, you could find your way to the middle of the Cathedral Quarter which has become the city's up and coming cultural hotspot. Full of cobbled streets with a St Anne's Cathedral, art college, newspaper offices and colourful pubs.
If you are planning a trip to Northern Ireland along the Causeway Coast, you will find an area full of tiny hamlets and the bustling Portrush - great for nightlife. A trip to the Giant's Causeway - an area of outstanding natural beauty, takes your breath away.
Arriving in the town of Larne in County Antrim, allows you to enjoy the Glenns of Antrim with its rugged cliffs stretching north for 80 miles, broken only by 9 deep green glens. Spend some time in the capital of the glens - Cushendall, a National Trust preserved village with its Cornish cottages. If you prefer to spend your time on windswept hills then The Sperrins with its lush river valleys and vast open spaces are a must for the avid walkers. In the south west you can visit the Shannon-Enme waterway which has opened 500 miles of navigable water with marinas and waterside pubs and restaurants. A trip to Northern Ireland has something for everyone.
Cairnryan to Belfast
- up to 6 crossings per day
- 2hrs 15mins
Liverpool to Belfast
- up to 2 crossings per day
Cairnryan to Larne
- up to 7 crossings per day