The ferry terminal is 2 miles from Dublin city centre, opposite Dublin’s O2 arena.
North Quay Extension
GETTING TO DUBLIN
You can get to Dublin ferry terminal easily by road, rail or bus. P&O Ferries is located at Terminal 3.
Below you’ll find all the information you need to get there on your departure day.
Make sure you leave in plenty of time. Check-in closes one hour before departure.
Close to the city centre, Dublin ferry port is reached by the M1 from the north, the N11 from the south and the N7 from the west. From the centre, follow the Quays road from O'Connell Bridge to The O2, turn left and follow the road to the port. There is no parking at Terminal 3.
The nearest station to the port is Connolly, with services to the north and south of Ireland. The station is 4 miles or a 15 minute bus ride from the port. Heuston station has trains to the west of Ireland and is 7 miles or a 30 minute bus ride from the port.
Taxis ranks can be found all around Dublin city centre and pre-booking is advised during busy times. If you require a taxi from the ferry port, we recommend you pre-book as there is no taxi rank at the port.
Bus services depart from Dublin’s Connolly station (3€ each way) and Heuston station (4€) to the ferry terminal. Tickets can be purchased on board the bus.
- The terminal can get busy at peak times so please arrive in plenty of time for your ferry.
- It’s important we get everyone on board quickly so all ferries can depart on schedule.