Ferries to CAIRNRYAN

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Cairnryan has sea routes with Belfast (Northern Ireland). The links to Cairnryan are served by Stena only who make 40 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 2 hr 22 min and 2 hr 22 min. very frequent daily departure times for these crossings. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port.

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Cairnryan is a fishing village on the west coast of Scotland, the village has a very important maritime history and two ferry services connecting Scotland and Northern Ireland. A brief history of Cairnryan The village of Cairnryan was established in 1700 and was formally known as Macherie meaning 'hill on the lake'. Lochryan House was built in 1701 along with the surrounding houses, which were built to house the workers on the Lochryan Estate. By 1800 Cairnryan had become an important port and passageway to the town of Ayr. During the World Wars, Cairnryan served as an important military port.... [More information]


40 weekly sailings

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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Which ports are connected with CAIRNRYAN?

CAIRNRYAN is connected Belfast (Northern Ireland).

Which ferry operators provide services to CAIRNRYAN?

Stena operate services to CAIRNRYAN.

Where is CAIRNRYAN port?

CAIRNRYAN is located on Loch Ryan Port, Belfast Way, Cairnryan, DG9 8RG. For more directions to the port, click here Google Map @ Cairnryan, port

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