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FREE Meals Liverpool - Dublin

 Get more for your money with P&O Ferries. All meals on the Liverpool to Dublin route are absolutely FREE!

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Daytime and overnight departures direct from Liverpool to the heart of Ireland. Meals are included.

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liverpool to dublin

Our three conventional ferries, Norbay, Norbank and European Endeavour, ease you across the Irish Sea in comfort

With no airport queues or baggage restrictions, why would you want to travel any other way? It's so simple. Just drive on and we'll sail you to your destination.

If Ireland’s your destination you'll find the rest of the country easily accessible by road. Of course, there's plenty to be getting on with in Dublin itself, but venture into beyond the city and you'll be amazed at the natural beauty and traditional hospitality on offer, from the lakes of Killarney to the towering cliffs of Donegal.

Sailing to Britain saves miles and fuel. Just a short distance from port is the M57, gateway to Britain’s motorway network. Anfield & Goodison Park are within 3½ miles of the port, Aintree is just 5 miles away, and Old Trafford less than 40 miles drive up the M62.

Please note:
The vessels operating this route are conventional ferries carrying both freight drivers and car passengers. There are no lifts to the main passenger areas and access is by a staircase. It may be unsuitable for the infirm, disabled or young children. This service is not available for foot passengers.


» timetable

Cruise from Liverpool direct to Dublin.

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» Dublin port

P&O Ferries sail from Dublin port, just across the road from 'The O2'

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» Liverpool port

P&O Ferries sails from Liverpool Freeport located in the North West of England

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» Irish sea ferry information

Information and technical specification of the passenger vessels operating the Liverpool-Dublin route.

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