Irish Ferries - Pembroke Rosslare ferry crossings
Pembroke Rosslare ferries with Irish Ferries.
Ferries operate two return crossings daily on the Pembroke to Rosslare ferry route,
each single journey taking 4 hours. You can check in up to 30 minutes before departure.
a real benefit of these Irish Ferries' crossings. The ferry departs from Pembroke
at 0245 and 1445 and from Rosslare at 0845 and 2045.
The Pembroke to Rosslare crossing is operated by the Isle of Inishmore, a modern,
large ferry able to carry over 2000 passengers and over 800 cars.
You'll find all the facilities you'd expect on a modern ferry, with restaurants,
bars, shops, the Veranda Lounge, or, for a supplement try the Club
Lounge with complimentary refreshments and a stunning view.
There's a cafe, a brasserie, a snack bar and an Irish Pub to help you while away
the time on board. Various cabin types are available to help you arrive relaxed
and refreshed ready for your onward journey.
Rosslare is in the South East of Ireland, in County Wexford. Dublin is just 92
miles away and Cork 123. Rosslare is Ireland's second biggest ferry port as well
as a popular seaside resort with an attractive Blue Flag beach.
The south of Ireland is a fantastic place for a driving holiday, with relatively
quiet roads and stunning scenery. The whole of the south coast enjoys a warm and,
for Ireland, reasonably dry climate, and there are plenty of pretty villages and
From Cork westwards the scenery becomes more dramatic, deeply cut into
by beautiful harbours, with some lovely trips to islands.
Pembroke is in South West of Wales, easily accessible along the M4 and
A48/A40. Look out for the signs to Pembroke and the ferryport after the
St Clears' bypass. It takes about 2 hours to reach Pembroke from Cardiff.
The county of Pembroke is a popular holiday destination, with lively
resorts such as Tenby and Saundersfoot offering plenty for all the family,
while it is not difficult to fine some peace and quiet in sheltered coves
such as Broad Haven, and wonderful beaches abound.