How long is the Holyhead to Dublin crossing?

3 hours and 15 minutes
Travel by ferry from Holyhead to Dublin, with crossings four times a day and get away the easy way to Ireland. Enjoy the best experience on the Irish Sea onboard the Stena Adventurer or Stena Estrid superferries travelling from Holyhead to Dublin in only 3 hours and 15 minutes.

What country is closest to Ireland?

Ireland is bordered by only one nation, which is the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland).

Is the crossing from Holyhead to Dublin rough?

The Boats can be a bit rough, but it depends on the weather which isn’t predictable.

How long is the ferry from Dublin to Holyhead?

The Stena Adventurer and Stena Superfast X superferries have a crossing time from 3 hours 30 minutes on the Dublin – Holyhead route. For information on sailing times, please select your preferred date of travel from the dropdown below.

Why is the sailing from Dublin to Holyhead cancelled?

Irish Ferries regrets to advise that due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic situation, the 17.35hrs Holyhead to Dublin Swift sailing has now been cancelled due to extraordinary reasons. You can be accommodated on our 14:10 Ulysses sailing instead.

How to find out when a ship arrives at Dublin Port?

Scheduled arrivals into Dublin Port are listed below. Use the drop-down menus to narrow the results according to your requirements. For all cruise, arrival, departure, cargo and vessel related queries, please contact the relevant agent. You can source the contact information for the relevant agent HERE

Is the train from Holyhead to London closed?

Holyhead also has an excellent rail service providing connections to rail stations throughout Britain. Holyhead Terminal is closed between the hours of 0300 & 0545. GET EXCLUSIVE DEALS The best offers straight to your inbox.

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