Ferries to DUBLIN

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Dublin is connected by sea routes with Holyhead (Wales). The crossings to Dublin are served by Stena only who operate 28 connections per week with frequent, all day departures and traveling times shorter than 3 hr 15 min. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles.

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Guide of DUBLIN

Dublin is a small capital, with wonders to be discovered in every corner, located on the east coast of Ireland, it unites the ancient and the modern, giving life to a culturally stimulating atmosphere. A breif history of Dublin  The presence of megalithic monuments proves that the Dublin area was already inhabited in the Neolithic period. In this period stone monuments were erected at this site to revere the souls of the dead. In the 6th century, the Celts arrived from Continental Europe and divided the territory into 150 kingdoms, each with its own king. The city of Dublin was known as B... [More information]


28 weekly sailings

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

DUBLIN is connected Holyhead (Wales).

Which ferry operators provide services to DUBLIN?

Stena operate services to DUBLIN.

Where is DUBLIN port?

DUBLIN is located on Alexandra Road, Dublin D01 H4C6, Ireland. For more directions to the port, click here Google Map @ Dublin, port

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