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Cork has sea connections with Roscoff (France) and Santander (Spain). The ferry routes beetween Cork and the destinations with departure from Cork are covered by the maritime operator Brittany Ferries who carry out 2 trips per week with primarily afternoon boardings and crossing times ranging between 14 hours and 15 hours. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles.
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Port of CORK
Cork Ferry Port, is also known as Ringaskiddy Ferry Port, is situated about 30 minutes drive from central Cork. There are no refreshment facilities available at the terminal building, but there is a local village pub about 1 mile away, who offer drinks and bar snacks. The nearest town, with a wider variety of restaurants, is Carrigaline, about 6 kilometres away from the terminal. There is disabled access at the ferry terminal, and for passengers with limited mobility, wheelchairs can be arranged. Dogs are allowed on the grass near the port but must be on a lead at all times and are not permitted inside the terminal building, once they have passed security, they must remain inside the vehicle. There are a baby changing and feeding facilities room in the terminal.
Getting to and from the ferry terminal
There is an efficient road network providing easy access to and from the ferry terminal. If you are arriving on foot, there is a bus to the ferry terminal from the South Mall, opposite Cork Passport Office in the city centre. Take bus number 223 to the village of Ringaskiddy and when you get off the port is 700 meters walk, the whole journey should take around an hour. Although not connected to the ferry terminal; Cork railway station is in the centre of the town, you can reach it aboard the 223 bus going in the direction of Cork. Parking is only permitted for dropping off and picking up. Longer-term parking can be found nearby at Cork Airport.
Cork Airport lies south of the city centre and is a 20-minute drive from the ferry terminal. On foot from the airport, you must take the 226 bus into the centre and then catch the 223 bus back out of town to the ferry terminal, and this can take up to two hours, so ensure you leave enough time. Alternatively, you can take a taxi from the airport or the city centre, and both journeys should take less than half an hour.
Address: Ringaskiddy, Ireland
Directions: Google Map @ Cork, port