TAKING THE FERRY TO IRELAND

Getting a ferry to Ireland has never been easier when you travel with P&O Ferries on our Liverpool to Dublin route. With regular daily and nightly crossings, no baggage limits when you travel, and two free meals included in your ticket price, you’re bound to have a great time on your trip across the Irish Sea. So what are you waiting for? Book your next trip today!

Taking the ferry to Ireland is a great way to travel in comfort, and what’s more comfortable than travelling with your own vehicle? Whether you’re embarking on a solo road trip with your car, travelling for work in your van, or planning a family excursion in the caravan, you’ll have the freedom to explore whenever and wherever you want. You can also enjoy a good night’s sleep in the privacy of your own cabin if you’re travelling on one of our overnight crossings. Although we don’t accommodate for foot passengers on this journey, you don’t have to worry – you’ll be able to get to Ireland on foot via our Cairnryan to Larne route instead.


Making sure you book your trip in advance is the best way to take advantage of all the great deals that we’ve got on offer, so make sure to check our website regularly to grab the very best bargains. You can even let us do all the hard work by signing up for email alerts to get all our latest offers sent directly to your inbox. Before booking your ferry to Ireland you should also read up on our different ticket types so you can ensure that your trip is tailored to your particular needs. We also pride ourselves in being transparent so there will be no hiding costs when you book direct. 


Your trip to the Emerald Isle is sure to be one full of magical outdoor adventures and exciting cultural discoveries. Ireland is a fantastic country with so much to explore, such as the breathtakingly beautiful coastline in County Donegal with unbeatable views of the Atlantic Ocean. If you’re looking for a more metropolitan adventure, then getting off the ferry a mere 10 minutes from the centre of Dublin will be a dream come true. Whether you want to try some authentic Guinness at the factory and witness some incredible panoramic views of the city from the factory’s tower, or soak up some culture in this UNESCO City of Literature, you’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice wherever you go. If you’re stuck for inspiration, check out our Adventure Planner for some wanderlust.


The world is your oyster when you get the ferry to Ireland with us, so book your next trip today!

 
1 person, 1 car from

£ 89

Single

£ 178

Return

10mins

Dublin

2.5h

to Galway

8.5h

crossing time

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Available tickets for this route

From £59

Saver

  • Amendments or changes to your booking will incur a fee
  • Enjoy complimentary meals on board on your Irish Sea crossing from Liverpool to Dublin
  • Non-refundable
From £59

Standard

  • Enjoy complimentary meals on board on your Irish Sea crossing from Liverpool to Dublin
  • No amendment fee, just pay the difference in ticket price
  • Refundable
 
Services and add ons are subject to route and availability

Arrive rested

All night-time Liverpool to Dublin tickets include accommodation or a place to rest. On our Norbay and Norbank ships this is a standard berth in a 2 berth shared cabin with en suite shower room and toilet, towels, bed linen and space to hang your clothes. 

What's around Dublin

Liverpool-Dublin Irish bar drinks

Visit Ireland

Proud, unpretentious and packed with Celtic mystery, a visit to the Emerald Isle is one you'll remember for a lifetime. Although decidedly different, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland share the same spirit that has helped the country produce some of the finest art, literature and music the world has ever known.
 
Whether you're looking to explore the rich and rugged landscape or let your hair down in one of the lively cities, there's something in Ireland for everyone. What are you waiting for? Your Irish adventure is only a ferry ride away.

A self-drive escape in Dublin

Lovably eccentric and steeped in soul-stirring landmarks, there's little wonder Dublin polls as one of the world's favourite cities. Set beside the glittering shore of Dublin Bay, Ireland's proud yet unpretentious heartland is the perfect place for a self-drive escape.
 
There's something for everyone in this capital, whether you want to soak up the literature-rich culture and flowing pints of Guinness in the buzzing city centre or explore the sweeping emerald landscape that surrounds it.

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