Landbridge crossings from Ireland
A ‘landbridge’ crossing is when you combine a crossing from Ireland to the UK and a channel crossing from the UK to the continent.
You need to use the same operator for each return journey, (i.e. from Ireland to the UK and from the UK to the continent) but you can combine any operators to create the landbridge route.
|Crossing||Operator||Frequency||Crossing duration (approx)||Additional information|
|Larne-Cairnryan||P&O Ferries||Regular daily sailings||2 hours||No extra charge for roof boxes or rear bikes; please advise at the time of booking if you wish to add these extras.|
|Dun Laoghiare-Holyhead||StenaLine HSS||Daily||2 hours||Seasonal service running 22 March to 10 September. Stena Plus can be added as an upgrade.|
|Dublin-Holyhead||StenaLine Superferry||4 return sailings per day||3 hours 15 mins||Stena Plus can be added as an upgrade.|
|Rosslare-Fishguard||StenaLine||2 return sailings per day||3 hours 30 mins||Stena Plus can be added as an upgrade.|
|Belfast-Cairnryan||StenaLine||Up to 6 sailings per day||2 hours 20 minutes||Stena Plus can be added as an upgrade.|
We'd advise you to book early, as crossings do sell out, especially during the popular school holiday dates.
This information is intended as a guide. Full details about ferry times and prices will be confirmed during the booking process, or call our sales team on 0345 268 0827 for more information.