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Book a Dun Laoghaire Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the Irish ferry port of Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead port with Stena Line ferries.
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About Dun Laoghaire Ferry
The ferry terminal at Dun Laoghaire is one of the main entry points into Ireland from the United Kingdom. After a prolonged period of discussion and the announcement by Stena Line Sealink that they intended to use a HSS on the ferry route Dun Laoghaire - Holyhead, it was decided to rebuild the terminal
Dun Laoghaire is a large town and seaport close to the foothills of the Dublin Mountains in Ireland. Dun Laoghaire is on the coast about 7 miles (11km) south of Ireland's capital city, Dublin. Dun Laoghaire has a nice ferry port, is the perfect place to commence or finish your journey through Ireland
Dun Laoghaire is reckoned to be the oldest town in Ireland. It was named in the fifth century after its founder, King Laoghaire, the High King of Ireland. He used the area as a sea-fort (Dun) for when he wished to start raids into France and Britain.
There are festivals almost every week in the summer months from June until September in Dun Laoghaire. There are also festivals in the autumn and winter months, with the Dun Laoghaire ferry port and town becoming a centre of leisure. There are other attractions such as the National Maritime Museum, the Dun Laoghaire harbour with its East Pier promenade and the James Joyce Tower
Should you be approaching Dun Laoghaire from the west - perhaps from Limerick Portlaoise or Galway, you should follow the signs for Dublin until you get to the M50/N81. From there follow signs to Dun Laoghaire ferry port. These signs will have the Stena Line feries logo on them as well as the names of other towns on the way.
Driving from the North and the North West you should again follow signs for Dublin then take the Eastlink Toll bridge route, taking the N11 going south for Wexford and the South East, you'll soon find signs for Dun Laoghaire ferry port.
Coming from the South West and the South, following signs for Dublin you are likely to be coming via Waterford or Kilkenny or Carlow which heads for the N11. When you get to Loughlinstown, which is near Bray you will see signs for Dun Laoghaire Port.
The Dun Laoghaire ferry port is close to Dun Laoghaire's town centre. Travelling along the coast heading for the DART station you'll soon see the signs for the Stena Line Ferries Terminal entrance. Travelling through Dun Loaghaire centre you should drive down Marine Road towards the sea and following signs to the ferry terminal.
Getting to Dun Laoghaire ferry port by Bus
Bus Eireann operates services to and from Dun Laoghaire ferry port from around the country. Dublin Bus run regular services throughout Dublin City and County.
Getting to Dun Laoghaire ferry port by Rail
Directly opposite the Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal is the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) rail system with connecting services to the main rail and bus stations in Dublin. Trains operate every 10 minutes at peak times and 20mins off peak from 05.50 hrs to 23.00 Monday to Saturday and Sundays from 09.00hrs to 22.30hrs. Intercity trains connect Dublin to most of the towns throughout Ireland.
Alternative Ferry Routes:
- Dublin to Holyhead, operated by Stena Line.
- Dublin to Holyhead, operated by Irish Ferries.
- Dublin to Liverpool, operated by P&O Irish Sea Ferries.
- Dublin to Liverpool, operated by Isle of Man Steam Packet Ferries.
- Dublin to Mostyn, operated by P&O Irish Sea Ferries.
- Dublin to Cherbourg, operated by P&O Irish Sea Ferries.
- Dublin to Douglas, operated by Isle of Man Steam Packet Ferries.
- Rosslare to Fishguard, operated by Stena Line.
- Rosslare to Pembroke, operated by Irish Ferries.
- Cherbourg to Rosslare, operated by P&O Irish Sea Ferries.