Dublin to Liverpool Ferry
Book a Dublin to Liverpool ferry ticket with ease on www.ferries-tickets.com. The Dublin to Liverpool ferry crossing is operated by P&O Ferries. You can also use the booking engine on the left of the page to review the various other ferry ports and routes. Select your point of origin and destination and find out the latest fares and timetables.
P&O Ferries operates up to 12 daily ferry crossings from Dublin to Liverpool in each direction and the crossing time is 8hr.
Dublin: It is the capital city of Ireland and the vibrant city of Europe. Visit the excellent museums, amble through the landscaped parks and engage with Dublin’s myriad cultural offerings. It is a good shopping district. Dublin Port is the country's most important sea port where ferries from the ports of Holyhead and Liverpool in the UK. You will find culture, history, architecture, scenic beauty, beaches and mountains all within a 40Km radius of the city centre. If sport is your passion you will find more than 50 golf courses all within easy reach and Dublin is host to many major sporting events in Gaelic Football, Hurling, Soccer, Rugby and many more.
The facilities available at Dublin port
Dublin Port, the largest port in Ireland, is situated in the heart of Ireland's vibrant capital city. Dublin Port Company's mission is to facilitate the flow of goods, passengers and information through the port. Pay and display parking is available immediately outside the Terminal. Long term parking is available, charged on a daily basis day in a car park to the left of the main terminal building.
Reach Port by-
Car: Dublin Ferry Port is close to the city centre and is well signposted Dublin Ferry port is reached by the M1 from the North, the N11 from the South and the N7 from the West. From the city centre, follow the Quays from O'Connell Bridge down to the Point Depot music venue, then turn left and follow the road all the way to the port.
Rail: Connolly Station serves the North and South of Ireland and is situated 4 miles or a 15 minute bus ride from Dublin Ferry port. Heuston Station serves the West of Ireland and is situated 7 miles or a 30 minute bus ride from Dublin Ferry port.
Bus:There are many bus services connecting between the Ferry port and the city centre. The Central Bus Station, Busárus is situated 4 miles from Dublin Ferry port. Tickets can be purchased on-board the vessel prior to arrival in Dublin. Make sure to book your ticket in advance (particularly day trips) as sometimes it can be difficult to find ticket on busy sailings from the Ferry port to the City Centre.
Liverpool is the metropolitan city of Merseyside, England. Liverpool has been named in the top three UK city break destinations for the second successive year. Liverpool has a temperate climate the average daily temperature is 18 degree in month of July and 6 degree in January. Football is the most famous sports played in Liverpool. Liverpool City Region has the finest collection of museums and galleries outside of any capital city. Liverpool was successfully inscribed as a World Heritage Site July 2004, under the theme 'The supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain's greatest global influence. There are many places to visit in Liverpool: Albert Dock, Walker Art Gallery, Anglican Cathedral, George Pier Head, Roman Catholic Cathedral and many more.
The facilities available at Liverpool port
There are three major ferry ports in Liverpool: P&O Irish Sea, IOM Steam Packet, Norfolk line. These ports gives you facilities like: departure lounge with easier embarking access for foot passengers, a coffee bar and covered check in area, express boarding lane, ATM and large car park.
Reach Port by-
Car: From the M58 follow the sign A5036 and then the A565 to the Pier Head. From North Wales, take the M53, then the Wallasey Tunnel & the A59 to the Pier Head, you will see the ferry terminal on the left.
Rail: There are 3 railway stations located near to Liverpool Birkenhead Ferry Port - Hamilton Square, Birkenhead Park and Birkenhead Central. Hamilton Square is the closest though all 3 are within walking distance of the Norfolkline Irish Sea Terminal.
Bus: Local buses depart from a variety of terminals - Queen Square (for city centre, Pier Head & Chester services); Paradise Street Bus Station (southbound and a few northbound services); & St Thomas Street (eastbound & cross-river).