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About Rosyth Ferry
Rosyth is located eight miles from Edinburgh and 40 miles from Glasgow on the north shore of the Firth of Forth immediately west of the Forth Road
and Rail Bridges. A number of businesses have set up in the port, including a pallet manufacturing plant and an offshore support facility.
In addition, Scottish Enterprise have announced that Rosyth is the preferred port for the development of a ferry link from Scotland to Central Europe
and the ferry operator Superfast Ferries had been chosen as the preferred operator for the route which commenced ferry crossings to Zeebrugge in Belgium
The Superfast ships are very impressive and the whole ferry trip is very enjoyable. Each of the route's two ferries boasts a games room, sauna, whirlpool and massage areas, conference rooms, business centre and Internet facilities, restaurants, bars, card room, disco and children's playroom. There is room for 626 passengers and more than 100 private cars as well as 110 trucks.
The port of Rosyth is in the wonderful county of Fife with its picturesque fishing villages tucked along the coast. The haven for golf-lovers is St Andrews. In fact this east-coast city is the birthplace of this sport. Fife's central location also makes it the ideal start for your exploration of the other parts of Scotland. The captivating city of Edinburgh is only a stone's throw and you can get to trendy Glasgow in less than no time. To the south the Lowlands call, with their gently rolling hills, while to the north lie the Highlands with their wild and romantic natural landscape.
Getting to Rosyth ferry port by Car
Located North West of the Forth Road Bridge via the A90 from Edinburgh or the M90 from Dunfermline. Take the A985 west to Rosyth and then follow the signs to the Ferry Port, easy road links via major motorways and A-roads to reach Rosyth on the A985.
Getting to Rosyth ferry port by rail / bus
Rosyth railbus is a through ticket scheme that permits you to travel by train to Inverkeithing station, then on by bus to Rosyth Port using bus services operated by Stagecoach and Fife Buses. This system provides a through travel ticket for customers using the Rosyth-Zeebruge Superfast Ferry service. Ferries from the port travel daily to Zeebruge in Belgium, from where you may connect with the primary transportation arteries of Europe.
Car Parking in Rosyth ferry port
At the Rosyth ferry terminal, you will find both short and long-term car parking facilities available, with designated areas for those with disabilities.
Alternative Ferry Routes
- Hull to Zeebrugge, operated by P&O North sea Ferries
- Hull to Rotterdam Europoort, operated by P&O North sea Ferries