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The shortest, fastest crossings on the Irish Sea, Cairnryan/Larne.
P&O Ferries sails to and from Cairnryan port, which is located in South West Scotland, on Loch Ryan's northern edge
Cairnryan port is easily accessible by road, rail and bus. When planning your trip, please remember that the check-in closes 30mins before departure for vehicles, and 45mins for foot passengers. We recommend you check-in at least one hour before the scheduled departure time.
The port of Cairnryan is five miles north of Stranraer on the A77.
From the North follow the A77 south from Glasgow/Ayr.
From the South follow the M6/A74 to Carlisle then the A75 via Dumfries towards Stranraer. two miles south of Stranraer turn right onto the A751/A77. There is limited free of charge car parking at the port.
There are frequent connections to Ayr, Dumfries, Stranraer, Carlisle, Preston and Birmingham.
The nearest railway station to Cairnryan ferry port is Stranraer Railway Station, which is around four miles away from the port.