Stena Line Ferries - Holyhead Dublin ferry crossings
Holyhead Dublin ferries with Stena Line.
The ferry crossing from Holyhead in North Wales to Dublin in the Republic of
is served by two of Stena Line's Superferries, the Stena Adventurer and the Stena
Nordica. The crossing time on this ferry route to Ireland is just three and a quarter
hours, and with all the on board facilities on these two vessels the time passes
The ferry sailing times vary according to the season so for your preferred travel
date check the timetables
of the ferry crossing from Holyhead to Dublin.
For those looking for a little more comfort, we can recommend the Stena Plus
lounge, which offers reclining chairs and personal at your seat service for a small
premium. Book in advance and you can choose priority boarding and disembarkation
The Stena Adventurer was refurbished in early 2009 and amongst its facilities are
the shopping arcade, cinema, children’s play area, Metropolitan Grill and
Barista Coffee House. The Stena Nordica is a little slower, taking three and a half
hours, with a similar wide range of facilities, including a children's play area,
but no cinema. Both ships offer free Wi-Fi if you have your own laptop.
Stena Line foot passengers travelling on the 08:20 and 21:15hrs
sailings from Dublin Port have a complimentary coach service from Dublin City Centre
to the Terminal in Dublin Port. Departing Westmoreland Street in Dublin at 07:15hrs
for the 08:20hrs sailing and 19:45hrs for the 21:15hrs sailing.
The crossing terminates at the Port of Dublin, from where it's about
a 20 minute drive to the centre of Dublin or about 10 minutes to the start
of the Dublin motorway ring road from where you can set out on your driving
holiday in Ireland.
The ferry terminal in Holyhead is a straightforward drive to the very
end of the A55. From here you can either head eastwards through North Wales
to England or you can access the wild and beautiful Welsh countryside of
Anglesey and Snowdonia.