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P&O Ferries Liverpool to Dublin. Ferries between UK Ireland with P&O

Timetables, bookings and best prices for P&O Ferries from Dublin to Liverpool.

P&O Irish Sea Ferries from Liverpool to Dublin NOW CANCELLED.

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P&O Ferries offer daily sailings on their Liverpool to Dublin ferry crossing. The ferries take between 7 and a half and 8 and a half hours to sail between Liverpool and Dublin and there are up to 3 sailings daily each way. Check in is no later then 60 minutes before departure.

NorbankMeals are included in the ticket on these P&O ferries from Dublin to Liverpool and return. And if you take the overnight sailing then standard cabins are also included in the price. These cabins are all en-suite.

Whether you sail at 3am or during the day, you can pay for a cabin at the port or on board. Please note that the Liverpool to Dublin ships are designed to carry freight as well as car passengers, so there no lifts to passenger areas of the ships nor are wheelchair accessible cabins available on this route.p&o ferry Norbay

There's a self-service restaurant which offers an all you can eat buffet. If all you want is a drink then the bars serve a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as tea and coffee.

Further facilities include a bureau of exchange where you can change your British pounds into Euros or vice versa.

Three ships serve the Liverpool Dublin ferry route. They are the Norbay, Norbank and European Endeavour.

p&o ferry European EndeavourBoth Liverpool and Dublin are easy to reach. The P&O Liverpool ferries actually depart from Bootle. The full address is:
Gladstone Branch Dock No.3
Liverpool Freeport
L20 1BG
To get to Liverpool P&O ferryport head for Liverpool then follow the signs to Bootle and then the Ferryport.

Dublin ferryport is connected to all the major roads coming in to Dublin by the Dublin Port tunnel, so if travelling from the north take the M1 to the Dublin Port Tunnel, if coming from the south take the N11 to the Dublin Port Tunnel and if coming to Dublin Ferry port from the west take the N7 which connects with the Dublin Port Tunnel.

If you are already in Dublin, the Dublin Ferry Port is close to the city centre and well signposted. Head towards the Quays from O'Connell Bridge then down to the Point Depot music venue, then turn left and follow the road all the way to the port.

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