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Stranraer to Belfast Ferry Port Information


Book a Stranraer Ferry for your conventional of fast ferry crossing from Stranraer port to the Irish port of Belfast with Stena Line. Book online a Stranraer Ferry crossing ticket with ferryireland.co.uk in association with whichferry.co.uk


Stranraer is the largest settlement in south west Scotland. It lies at the head of Loch Ryan, on the north side of the neck of land that prevents the Rhins of Galloway becoming an island. Just over the Border from England and less than two hours drive from Glasgow, the ferry port of Stranraer is Scotlands gateway to Ireland - only 90 minutes away by fast ferry Stena Line operates two types of ferry between Stranraer and Belfast: - The "Stena Voyager" is a high speed catamaran which travels at 40 knots. It is 127 metres long and is propelled by waterjets. Stena Voyager carries up to 1,500 passengers and 350 cars from Stranraer port to Belfast port in only 105 minutes. - The "Stena Caledonia" and "Stena Galloway" are multi-purpose propeller driven ferries, carrying 1,000 passengers and 285 cars each, at around 19 knots making the Stranraer to Belfast ferry crossing in about 3 hours.


From Wexford, follow signs to Rosslare R730 (former N25) At roundabout take 1st exit N25, and follow road to Rosslare Harbour.

Ferries to Ireland

Belfast to Stranraer Ferry Port Information


Book a Belfast Ferry to the Scotish port of Stranraer with Stena Line. Book a Belfast Ferry with ferryireland.co.uk in association with whichferry.co.uk


The Location of Belfast is stunning. Set between the sea on one side and high hills on the other, it has a fresh and open feel. It is a city full of magnificent Victorian buildings, lush green parks, charming pubs, markets and shops.


From the M3 Follow gantry signs for M3 Stay in lane marked "THE WEST, THE SOUTH" and again at the next gantry marked "THE WEST , THE SOUTH, DOCKS(S)" Follow the gantries for "DOCKS, YORK STREET" staying in the right hand lane At second set of traffic lights turn right and move to the left hand lane Just past Yorkgate Leisure Complex/Harry Ramsdens (on your left) turn right at the traffic lights and go under the bridge, stay in the left lane on through the lights along "DOCK STREET" to the "PORT OF BELFAST" sign.

Take a Ferry to Ireland with Which Ferry to see this famous green country. But there are more colours than green in Ireland. Ireland is criss-crossed with silver streams, lazy rivers, hidden lakes and still canals. Throughout the country, there'`s trout and salmon fishing for anglers. Canals, rivers and larger lakes can be explored from the banks or from hired boats.

With a Ferry to Ireland you will also find the blue of the sea. You are never more than 80 miles from the sea and a coastline offering golden, sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, hidden harbours and bays. The central plain of Ireland is surrounded by a ring of hills and mountains. Hues vary from the deep purple of heather to the black of turf bogs and vistas range from the gentle slopes of the Slieve Bloom mountains to the steep, wooded valleys of Wicklow and the awe inspiring Cliffs of Moher.

Apart from the scenery and nature Ireland also offers plenty of activities for all tastes. Whether you like deep sea fishing or fly fishing, pony treks or horse racing, a taste of golf or experienced golfer, guided walks or the freedom of walking independently Ireland has plenty of offers for you.

If you prefer the city experience than take a Ferry to Ireland and sail directly to the historic cosmopolitan capital Dublin with its lively nightlife and plenty of Irish Pubs and international Cafes. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee mingling with the distinct smell of hops from the Guinness brewery. If you're looking for a lively city, a glimpse of an ancient civilisation, a cultural feast, a musical odyssey, stunning scenery, and a spectacular coastline - you'`ve come to the right place!

A Ferry to Ireland will take you there to explore all of the above. Explore Ireland by car, on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Explore Ireland with whichferry.co.uk. Our ferry routes include; Liverpool to Dublin, Cairnryan to Larne and Troon to Larne with P&O Irish Ferries. You can also use the ferry services of Irish Ferries to and from the ferry ports of; Hollyhead to Dublin, Pembroke to Rosslare, or if sailing between Ireland and France: Rosslare to Cherbourg and Rosslare to Roscoff.

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