Ferries to Northern Ireland

Planning a trip to Northern Ireland? Our ferries to Northern Ireland are a great way to get to take a UK staycation without worrying about luggage restrictions. When you take the two-hour Cairnryan to Larne crossing, you can experience incredible service, enjoy sea views and pack as much as you can carry.

Feel confident bringing your bike, golf equipment, camping gear and all the home comforts you can carry – after all, with our ferries to Northern Ireland, we offer unlimited luggage for your journey abroad. Plus, it’s free to bring pets along for the journey when you catch our ferries to Northern Ireland, so there’s no need to leave your beloved dog or cat behind.

Perfect for an active holiday, shopping sprees or an Irish pub crawl for your stag do/hen do, there are so many things to do in Northern Ireland. Check out the best bits about our ferries to Northern Ireland and what to remember when you travel with us.

 

Benefits of taking a ferry to Northern Ireland

Planning a trip to Northern Ireland? Our ferries to Northern Ireland are a great way to get to take a UK staycation without worrying about luggage restrictions. When you take the two-hour Cairnryan to Larne crossing, you can experience incredible service, enjoy sea views, and pack as much as you can carry.

Enjoy endless freedom

You won’t have to worry about getting enough legroom on our ferries to Northern Ireland – why not take a stroll along the deck and breathe in that fresh sea air?

Choose from a wide range of food options

Enjoy a range of hot meals at the Food Court, from fish and chips with a pint to traditional English breakfasts with a pot of tea. If you’re driving, you can grab yourself a hot Starbucks coffee or a snack from the onboard café. We are proud to cater for all dietary requirements on our ferries to Northern Ireland, with delicious options for vegetarian and vegan diets too!

Club Lounge

Why not enjoy an extra touch of luxury on your ferry to Northern Ireland? Upgrade your ticket and chill out in the cosy Club Lounge, with endless sea views and incredible service. You’ll be treated to a complimentary glass of wine on your arrival, with a range of food and drink options available in our Club Lounge bar.

Pack all you can carry

When you travel with P&O Ferries to Northern Ireland, you can enjoy our unlimited luggage policy and pack all you can carry! From cycling gear and golf clubs, to liquid toiletries and home comforts – there’s no need to leave anything behind when you choose ferry travel with us. With so many great reasons to take one of our ferries to Northern Ireland, why travel any other way? Choose from up to 7 daily sailings between Cairnryan to Larne and start your holiday to Northern Ireland as soon as you step on board.

Ferry to Northern Ireland with a bike
Taking a ferry to Northern Ireland with your bike

Our ferries to Northern Ireland are the perfect way to travel if you don’t want to leave your trusty bike behind! It’s free to bring your bicycle, so long as they are safely fastened to your vehicle. 

With plenty of beautiful parks and nature reserves in Northern Ireland, from Castle Archdale Forest to County Down’s range of green spaces. Why not check out our tips for bringing your bicycle on your ferry to Scotland?

Ferry to Northern Ireland with a pet
Taking a ferry to Northern Ireland with your pet

Feel free to bring up to four pets along for your P&O Ferries trip to Larne– it’s free of charge! While all your pets must stay in your vehicle for the entirety of the journey, our ferries to Northern Ireland only take two hours, so you’ll be reunited with your beloved cat or dog before too long. 

Taking a motorhome on a ferry to Northern Ireland
Taking a ferry to Northern Ireland with a caravan or motorhome

Northern Ireland is known for green pastures and beautiful country roads – why not bring your caravan or motorhome along for a holiday full of home comforts?

With your caravan in tow, you can explore beautiful Northern Irish towns, from Ballycastle to Bangor, without having to leave anything behind. Be sure to check our caravan requirements before you travel by ferry to Northern Ireland.