Ferry services from Holyhead to Dublin run from the Port of Holyhead to Dublin Port. Services are operated by Stena Line Ferries, and the journey is 3 hours 15 minutes in duration. There's much to do while sailing the Irish Sea, including shopping, restaurants, and even cinemas on board.
There are four Stena Line ferry services running every day from the Port of Holyhead to Dublin Port, starting first thing in the morning.
The ferry from Holyhead to Dublin lasts only 3 hours and 15 minutes. There is a range of services available to passengers onboard, including private cabins, a variety of shops and restaurants, and even a cinema screening the latest films.
To book ferry tickets from Holyhead to Dublin, simply input your desired date of travel into Omio's journey finder at the top of this page, which will show the best routes available from Holyhead to Dublin on the specified date. Simply select the journey time that works best for you.
The departure port is the Port of Holyhead in Angelsey, North Wales. The Port of Holyhead is located just a 5-minute walk from Holyhead town centre via the Celtic Gateway Bridge.
Dublin Port is Ireland's premier port and handles both ferry and cruise passengers arriving and departing from the Irish capital. The port is situated just a 10-minute drive east of Dublin city centre and can be reached via public transport with a number 53 bus.
Yes, you can book cars on ferry services from Holyhead to Dublin.
You can book tickets for groups of up to 9 passengers at one time using the Omio website.
Passengers travelling from Holyhead to Dublin should arrive at the Port of Holyhead no later than 45 minutes before sailing time.
The Port of Holyhead is a ferry port in Angelsey, North Wales, conveniently located at the end of the A55 dual carriageway. Dublin Port is situated on either side of the River Liffey in the city of Dublin, Ireland.
The Port of Holyhead is situated just a 3-minute drive from the centre of Holyhead, and can even be reached on foot in less than 10 minutes via Celtic Gateway Bridge. There is also a train from Holyhead Railway Station to Terminal 1 in Holyhead Port.
No, ferry services from Holyhead to Dublin run all year round.
If you're looking to take your car onboard, find out the dimensions of your car based on make and model via Google before booking.
Yes, it is advised to bring a form of identification onboard. British and Irish citizens travelling on this route are not required to produce a passport but should keep some form of identification with them.