Are Ferries running from UK to Ireland?

Are Ferries running from UK to Ireland?

There are 2 ferry routes operating between England and Ireland offering you combined total of 21 sailings per week. P&O Irish Sea operates 1 routes, Liverpool to Dublin which runs 7 times daily. Stena Line operates 1 routes, Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast which runs 14 times daily.

Are Ferries running today from Holyhead to Dublin?

Irish Ferries regrets to advise that the 07:30 Dublin to Holyhead Swift sailing on 19/03/2022 has now been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions….More Information.

Route Dublin – Holyhead
Scheduled Departure 13:50
Scheduled Arrival 16:05
Ship Swift

What time is the ferry from Dublin to Holyhead?

3 hours 30 minutes
The Stena Adventurer and Stena Estrid superferries have a crossing time from 3 hours 30 minutes on the Dublin – Holyhead route.

Can I stay in my car on a ferry to Ireland?

Regarding their current guidelines, Mr Loren confirms that their passengers are not legally allowed to stay in their vehicles while the ferry is in operation.

Can u drive from England to Ireland?

Visitors to Ireland and the UK will continue to be permitted to drive with their home country full driving licence.

Is a Covid test required to fly to Ireland?

From 6 March 2022, all COVID-19 travel restrictions are removed. You no longer need to complete a passenger locator form. You also no longer need proof of vaccination or recovery, or a COVID-19 test.

Where is the Stena estrid now?

The current position of STENA ESTRID is at North East Atlantic Ocean (coordinates 52.2553 N / 6.3382 W) reported 0 min ago by AIS.

How early should I arrive for my ferry?

You’ll need to arrive between an hour and 30 minutes before your scheduled sailing time.

What happened to the Dublin Swift?

In the way of the comings and goings of names and ferry services, after nearly 20 years service the Jonathan Swift left Dublin Port on April 28th for Spain, according to Afloat sailing and boating magazine, the day after finishing its Irish Sea route, under a new name, Cecilia Payne.